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.


 

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.

 


 

Our Latest Blog Posts

  • Dig this technique

    05.04.2018

    Do you find gardening whilst enjoyable, is quite often literally a pain in the neck and back? Gardening is a relaxing and enjoyable form of exercise, but it can pose health risks if you're not careful. 
    There's good news for gardeners who suffer from aches in the lower back, neck, shoulders and knees – better digging techniques should help reduce the pain. 
    Researchers from the RHS and Coventry University used Lords of The Rings- style 3D motion capture to pinpoint good and bad techniques. 
    This biomechanical modelling found that bad digging posture doubles the load on some joints and puts many of Britain’s 27 million gardeners at risk. 
    Analysis of the 3D film of volunteers digging found that minimal back bend combined with maximum knee bends and regular repetitive digging was the best technique. 
    Bending forward a long way and stretching limbs to dig can double the load on joints and cause muscle problems, which can lead to chronic injuries. 
    Researchers found bad techniques increased strain in the lower back by half as much again and doubled loads on the shoulders, increasing the risk of osteoarthritis. 
    Raking, which also uses upper body muscles, required a similar technique to digging, while the same care is also needed in transplanting seedlings and weeding, even though they are lower intensity jobs.

    LEFT: Wrong way to dig BELOW: Bend the knees when digging
    Things to remember
    • Ignoring safety precautions and using the wrong tool for the job are common causes of gardening injuries.
    • Rotate your gardening tasks to avoid repetitive movements. For example, after 15 minutes of raking, swap to pruning for a while. 
    • Always wear gardening gloves to protect your hands against cuts, soil, potting mix, insect bites and skin irritants.
    You don't need to be referred by your GP to see an Osteopath and, at WeaverHouse we also offer Reflexology and Massage Services to ease those gardening aches and pains. 
    If you’re new to the practice give us a call to book your free 15 minute Osteopathic back and health assessment check. 01270 629933 or email info@weaverhouse.com   
  • Our Spring Newsletter is now available!

    28.03.2018
    Containing news and valuable information from our practitioners for the upcoming Spring season.
    If you have any suggestions for topics you would like covered in the newsletter or to ensure you receive the latest copy emailed to you 'fresh off the press' please do let us know, either by email at:info@weaverhouse.com or call us on 01270 629933 or even come and talk to our friendly Reception team in person!
    Have a read of our Spring 2018 newsletter here Spring Newsletter 2018