Our highly qualified multidisciplinary team uses an integrated and evidence informed approach to find a solution individually tailored for you.
About The Faringdon Clinic
Our experienced team offers a range of treatments to relieve pain, whether acute or chronic, and aid recovery from injury. We aim to support our patients through all stages of their rehabilitation as well as providing preventative care and advice.
Our ethos is to promote health and well-being. We treat a range of people of all ages from the sports person seeking to improve performance to the sedentary office worker wishing to become more active. We also aim to support the elderly improving mobility and quality of life.
Our dynamic team caters for the rehabilitation of serious injury or chronic and acute conditions of the whole body, supporting patients through all stages of their treatment as well as providing preventative care and advice.
We are open for Osteopathy, Physiotherapy and Podiatry as well as Therapeutic and Sports Massage.
We have completed a full risk assessment to make the clinic Covid-19 safe for both staff and clients.
We have new procedures and working practices in place to enable our clients to feel confident to return to the clinic.
New Yoga Course! – Yoga for Uncertainty A four-week course designed to support you at this time. Class limited to four people. Start date: Thursday, 17 September: 12.30-1.45pm. More info.
How we can help
We offer an integrated approach to patient welfare.
As patients you have a choice of individual practitioners and treatments available. Alternatively you may choose to take advantage of a team approach.
Osteopaths treat a wide variety of complaints such low back pain, neck and shoulder pain and stiffness. Other frequent presentations are sciatica, headaches, hip pain, knee pain, foot and ankle sprains and strains. We also treat aches and pains associated with ageing, sports, work or life in general.
Osteopathy aims to improve the function of the body by encouraging normal movement of joints, soft tissues and body fluids. The techniques used are tailored to the individual needs and we always work with you to set realistic goals so you get the most out of life doing the things you enjoy.
Our specialist musculo-skeletal physiotherapists offer a comprehensive range of treatments to relieve pain, promote healing and restore normal function in muscles and joints of the body.
Patients work closely with their physiotherapist to achieve their specific goals which may include a return to active sports following injury, relief of arthritic joint pain, recovery of strength and mobility post surgery, or simply help deal with the sprains and strains of everyday living.
Podiatrists are health care professionals who treat foot and lower limb problems. These may range from musculo-skeletal (MSK) problems causing pain in muscles and bone, to skin and nail problems such as callus, corns and infections of skin or nail.
At The Faringdon Clinic we have Podiatrists who specialise in each of these areas; Tracy Hopes (MSK) for biomechanical assessment and treatment of muscle and joint problems, such as arch, heel, Achilles, shin or knee pain. Helen Brookling (skin & nail) for care of a wide range of skin and nail problems such as corns, verruca, fungal infections and regular nail cutting.
Read about all therapies and exercise classes offered at the Faringdon Clinc