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Great Dunmow Osteopathic Clinic

The Old Exchange
Mill Lane
Great Dunmow
Essex
CM6 1BG
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Osteopathy is for all and at the Great Dunmow osteopathic Clinic all are catered for. whether it is back pain neck pain leg pain head or joint pain.You will be given a better understanding where the pain is coming from and how to reduce it or remove it completely.Osteopathy is a manual therapy and is aiming to restore the optimum anatomical relation and integrity to improve and nurture health.The practice runs sports clinics general clinics mother and baby clinics.So if you are suffering patiently with pain and consuming large amounts of painkillers and antiinflammatories why not book an appointment to see the osteopath to see if your pain can be remedied faster and more effectively and learn how to prevent it coming back again!

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