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, Herbalism and Allergy 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 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.

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

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.


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We also run WeaverHouse-Equine, workone of the leading Equine Osteopathy Clinics in the UK



Our Latest Blog Posts

  • Heads Up! Do you have Tech Neck?


    Maybe you do and you don’t even know it.

    Many of us are obsessed with our mobile devices. 
    The technology we hold in the palm of our hands not only keeps us connected, but is a portal to the universe. There’s virtually nothing that can’t be done on your phone or computer these days.
    That’s pretty cool. What’s not cool though is the deviation it’s causing in our necks, spines and shoulders. This compromised posture is being called “tech neck” and is a direct result from us looking down at our devices too much.
    Take a look around you next time you’re out. How many people are actually looking where they’re going or even looking at each other.

    What is Tech Neck?

    It’s a current and common condition that is caused from looking down at our devices too much throughout the day, which causes you to round your shoulders and push your head forward. You may feel it with a stiff neck, knotted shoulders and headaches.
    Osteopaths say that this unnatural posture strains muscles in the neck and chest area and, left unaddressed can increase the risk of pinched nerves, bone spurs and degenerative disk disease.
    If you're addicted to your smart phone and find yourself looking down more than you did in the past, it might be worth evaluating your current posture.
    Osteopathy can help you
    Call us to book a FREE Check. This is a 15 minute, no obligation consultation, which will give you an opportunity to discuss any concerns you may have. 
    Call us on 01270 629933 or email

  • 20.08.2017


    It’s that time of year again.

    If you’ve not already bought your kids backpack you’ll certainly have it on your to-buy list.
    Half the weight seems to be in the school bag itself, even before it’s loaded up with books and P.E. kit.

    Your kids will often beg and plead for the coolest brand name backpack at the start of term, but you should consider more than just appearance before you buy one.

    To avoid your kids backpack becoming quite literally a pain in the back or neck, take note of the following:

    • Look for a backpack with two straps so the weight is evenly distributed.
    • Discourage your child from slinging their two-strap backpack over one shoulder only, 
    to "look cool at school".
    • One-strap backpacks will be more likely to cause back pain, and particularly neck and shoulder pain.
    • Overloaded or incorrectly worn backpacks can cause muscle strain, irritation, negative postural changes and injury,
    • Don't wear the backpack any lower than the hollow of the lower back; it should always sit above the bottom.
    • Place all heavy items at the base of the pack, close to the spine, for a better distribution of the weight.
    • Bags with padded shoulder straps are also recommended, and it's important to use waist straps, if available, to bring weight close to the body.

    If you need any further advice, we're just a 'phone call away 01270 629933