Osteopath in Liverpool | Liverpool Osteopath | Osteopaths in Liverpool

Michael is trained to Masters degree level and is a professional in the treatment and management of back pain, joint pain, sports injuries and much more. He provides treatment and management for people from all walks of life from the general public of all ages to professional and international athletes from football and rugby to amateur sportsmen and women.

Michael provides Osteopathy, sports massage and specific rehabilitation incorporating elements of mobility, stability and strength and conditioning. He has a patient focused approach with longer appointment times aiming to implement effective management plans to enable to best outcome for the patient.

Why not contact us now to book an appointment at Liverpool Osteopaths and Sports Injury Clinic!

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Times

Monday – 8am-8pm

Tuesday – 8am-8pm

Wednesday – 8am-8pm

Thursday – 8am-8pm

Friday – 8am-8pm

Saturday – 8am-8pm

We are delighted to offer Osteopathic treatment for the people of Liverpool, we are convenient access for the people of Wavertree, Aigburth, Sefton Park, Lark Lane, Fulwood Park, Grassendale, Cressington, Gateacre, Hunts Cross, Woolton, Belle Vale, Netherley, Broadgreen, Bowring park, Childwall, Allerton, Mossley Hill, Calderstones, Hale, Speke, Halewood, Huyton, Roby, Tarbuk.

Osteopaths in Liverpool | How to find us:

Osteopaths in Liverpool | By car, train, bus or bike

The address of our clinic is 125a Ullet Road, Liverpool L17 2AB. The site has ample off road parking.

Follow this link to find full directions and pictures of how to find us.

The Psoas March

A great exercise you can do to improve control of the lower back and pelvis. Pop a resistance band around both feet, flatten your lower back and brace through your stomach muscles. Kick one leg out to create tension on the band. Maintain the position of the other leg causing the hip flexors to contract challenging both spinal and pelvic stability. Aim to work up to 12 each side for 3 or 4 sets.