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

  • Festive Feet

    When you're flat out on the run up to Christmas you need to make sure your feet are prepared too. Continuing on from our last blog, make a note of the following top tips from our Podiatrist, Michael. 

    Get in training, mix up your shoes and alternate each day between flats, low heels and high heels to give you and your feet a break. Flats can be festive too!

    Use cushions, pads or gel insoles that fit into your shoes to make your feet more comfortable. They may not make you a better dancer but they will keep you out there for longer.

    Save your super high heels for special occasions and try to wear heels of no more than 3cms or less. Also, the wider the heel the better the stability, so your ankles are at less risk too. A lower heel puts less strain on your muscles and joints and also helps you keep a better posture.

    If you’re only wearing heels once in a while, then you shouldn’t see any lasting effects. 
    However, if you are, give us a call on 01270 629933

  • Presentable Party Feet

    With blistered and battered feet from dancing the night away, the "heels are off" and you're hobbling around, with each step stinging that little bit more than the last one.

    To help you avoid this situation, Michael our Podiatrist has put together these top tips.
    • The night you go out should not be the first time those shoes have come out of the box. Introduce your feet to your chosen footwear early on. Try wearing your party shoes for a few hours here and there in the week leading up to your night out.

    • Give your shoes a stretch. A week or so before your night out fill a plastic food bag half full of water and place the bag inside the shoe. Make some room in the freezer and place the shoes inside making sure that they are not touching anything. The water will freeze and expand overnight giving your shoes a nice even stretch.

    Need more information or advice on foot care? 
    Call us on 01270 629933 or email