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 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.


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

You can be assured that you will get the most practical working diagnosis for your animal’s problem, Our team are fully trained and registered practitioners, and we will provide the most appropriate and practical treatment. At every step we offer our professional advice so that you are always in the picture and understand exactly how equine osteopathy is helping your animal.



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  • Frequently asked questions....

     + What should I wear to my osteopathic appointment?
    Wearing something comfortable and loose is ideal and will make our job that much easier. 
    + What should I bring with me?                                                                                     Please bring any current or relevant X-ray results, scans or medical reports that you may have. A list of current medications and a water bottle.
    + Do I need a referral to see an osteopath?                                                                     No, the great thing is you can self-refer for any of the treatments we offer at WeaverHouse.
    + How soon can I get an appointment to see an Osteopath?                                    You should be able to get an appointment within 3 days of call depending upon availability of times and it's sometimes possible to get an appointment the same day.
    + Can I choose to see either a Male or Female Osteopath?                                       When you call to make your appointment you will be asked if you have a preference of seeing either a male or female osteopath and we are fortunate to have two male osteopaths and two female osteopaths and you are also more than welcome to bring a chaperone to your appointment should that make you feel more comfortable. 
    You are welcome to contact WeaverHouse in confidence to discuss your personal situation and/or to book an appointment. 
    You can telephone us 01270 629933 or email 
  • How can an osteopath help with foot and ankle pain?

    • Depending on the diagnosis and your age and fitness we can use a variety of gentle massage and manipulative techniques to increase the mobility of the joints and the flexibility of the muscles in the foot.
    • We will often look at muscles and joints in the lower limb, the knee, hip and lower back and may treat any joint restrictions and muscle tightness we find there. Often improving the movement in the joints of the lower will help the foot and ankle function better.
    • We may offer specific balancing, strengthening or loosening exercises
    • We may offer advice on strapping and brace supports, footwear and any lifestyle factors that might be hindering healing. 
    • We may refer you to our Podiatrist for his opinion and specialist foot supports.
    • X-rays, scans or other tests may be required to make a diagnosis  and we may refer you to your  GP for any additional  investigations and treatment  such as advice on pain killers and anti-inflammatory medications.

    *Above information provided by the Institute of Osteopathy 
    If you need further information speak to your practitioner or contact us on for an appointment on.... 
    01270 629933 email