Are you looking for Osteopathy or Complementary Therapy to improve your level of health, vitality and wellbeing? Do you want a professional practice with highly experienced practitioners and therapists, supported by friendly and well trained staff?

WeaverHouse is one of South Cheshire’s leading Osteopathic and Natural Health Care Practices, offering a comprehensive range of therapies tailored to your exact requirements.  We provide holistic therapies, including Podiatry/Chiropody, Counselling, Reiki, HerbalismAllergy Testing, Hypnotherapy, Holistic Therapy including Remedial Massage, Nutritional Therapy, Homeopathy, Acupuncture; Pilates and Yoga, Indian Head Massage, Reflexology, Aromatherapy, Hot Stone Massage, as well as Osteopathy and Physiotherapy. Please contact 01270 629933 or info@weaverhouse.com for a full price list or any questions you may have.

Our treatments are designed for all types of people, whether you work in a physical or sedentary job and no matter what your age or current level of health.

Some people choose WeaverHouse when they are in poor health or pain, others visit our Osteopaths and therapists to maintain a vibrant and pain free life.

Opening Hours

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday: 8.00am-8.00pm
Monday & Friday: 8.00am-6.00pm
Saturday: 9.00am-2.00pm

 

We are proud to be a member of the Institute of Osteopathy. For more information about how Osteopathy can work for you, please click on the Icon.

Whatever your reason for seeking Osteopathy or one of our therapies, please contact WeaverHouse today to find out more on 01270 629933.

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Did you now…We also run WeaverHouse Canine, a specialist Osteopathy service for your adored dog. 


 

Our Latest Blog Posts

  • Autumn Newsletter

    07.11.2018
    Welcome, today's post is to update you on what has been happening at WeaverHouse by uploading our Autumn Newsletter for you

    Please click the link HERE

    Happy Reading 😃
  • Let's get physical

    22.09.2018
    Exercise and being active is often the last thing you want to do when you’re in pain, most of us just want to curl up on the sofa or go to bed. Does that sound about right? 
    Whilst this may be okay in the short term, in the long term it's not such a good idea.
    Exercise is essential for your overall health and wellbeing. It helps keep your muscles, bones and joints strong so that you can keep moving as well as reducing your risk of developing other conditions such as heart disease, osteoporosis and diabetes. 
    It also boosts your mood, benefits your mental health, aids weight control and improves sleep. 


    When you exercise your body releases chemicals such as endorphins into your bloodstream. These are sometimes called ‘feel-good’ chemicals because they boost your mood and make you feel good. They also interact with receptors in your brain and ‘turn down the volume’ on your pain system. 
    So, exercise can help you feel better, reduce your risk of many health issues and help you manage your pain. 
    For exercise to be most effective it needs to be regular and should include the following:
    • flexibility exercises – stretching and range of movement exercises help maintain or improve the flexibility of your joints and nearby muscles and will help keep you moving properly and ease joint stiffness 
    • strengthening exercises – these build muscle strength, provide stability to your joints and improve your ability to perform daily tasks
    • cardiovascular or aerobic exercises – these are exercises that gets you moving and increase your heart rate helping improve the health of your heart and lungs (cardiovascular system) and can also help with endurance, weight control and prevention of other health problems (e.g. diabetes). 
    • swimming or water exercise classes
    • tai chi, yoga, Pilates
    • walking
    • low-impact aerobics   

    Start slowly and gradually increase the amount of exercise you do.
    Set yourself goals - they’ll help keep you focused and motivated.
    Remember that it may be some time since you last had an exercise routine, so set goals that are appropriate for the new you, not the old you! 
    Choose exercises and activities that you enjoy and try to be active on most, preferably all, days of the week.
    Exercise with friends or family – this will make it more enjoyable and will also help motivate you.
    Warm up and cool down properly before and after exercising.
    Know the difference between the muscle pain you feel after exercise, and the pain you may feel as a result of overdoing it. 
    Talk with your doctor, osteopath or physiotherapist for information and advice before starting an exercise regime.

    We are more than happy to assist you with your exercise goals. Give us a call today to make your appointment and we’ll even give you a free 15 minute osteopathic back and health assessment check.
    Call us on 01270 629933 or email info@weaverhouse.com