The Mason Clinic - Your No. 1 Centre for Osteopathy in the Medway Region of Kent

Osteopathy Medway - The Mason Clinic in Chatham

 

The Mason Clinic in Chatham Kent was established as an osteopathic practice in 1966. Named after its founding osteopath, Graham Mason, the clinic is now successfully owned by Inga and Andrew. Qualified osteopaths themselves, Inga and Andrew have developed The Mason Clinic into a leading centre for complementary therapy in the Medway region. Remaining true to its roots however, the clinic retains several resident osteopaths.

“I have been attending ‘The Mason Clinic’ for over two years and find the attention I receive to be very professional. Having suffered with back problems since childhood, it is nice to know I can come and see Inga and receive the correct treatment to relieve the pain and get good advice too. I highly recommend them to everyone.”
Rosemarie Ann Paine, Rochester
“Since suffering a nasty injury playing rugby, The Mason Clinic has kept my irreversibly damaged ankle functioning normally & helped minimise discomfort. Their expert insight & ability to apply new treatments has really benefited me. Now that Graham has hung up his white jacket I’m delighted that Andrew & Inga have taken up the mantle for they have the same caring, personal & skilled approach.”
David T, Maidstone

Osteopathy Medway - Holistic Patient Care

Our osteopaths adopt an holistic approach to patient care. We provide physical therapy that complements your body’s ability to heal naturally. Your internal organs, blood vessels, nerves and lymphatic system are supported by your musculo-skeletal system. Problems with one have an adverse effect on the other. That’s why social and psychological factors are important elements in our diagnosis since these impact health.

 

Don't suffer unnecessarily!

If you’re in pain or discomfort, call our Medway Osteopathic Clinic on Chatham 01634 842 583. We’ll try having you fit again in no time!

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Osteopathy Medway - Structural Osteopathy

Structural Osteopathy at The Mason Clinic - Osteopathy MedwayStructural osteopathy is the type of osteopathy most people are familiar with. It comprises a number of techniques such as muscle and connective tissue stretching, rhythmic joint movement, gentle release techniques and the occasional high thrust movement. It can cause the occasional cracking or popping noise but is generally painless.

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Osteopathy Medway - Cranial Osteopathy

Cranial Osteopathy at The Mason Clinic - Osteopathy MedwayCranial osteopathy is a subtle and refined form of osteopathy. It encourages the release of unwanted tensions and stresses held within the head and body. Releasing these stresses provides the patient with a sense of well-being. Cranial osteopathy is a gentle treatment for a wide range of conditions.

Osteopathy Medway - What to Expect on Your First Visit

Osteopathy Medway - What to expect on your first visit to The Mason Clinic in Chatham

We start by reviewing your medical history and any lifestyle factors that might have a bearing. This is usually followed by some simple physical tests – e.g. blood pressure, pulse and reflex. We then check out your general mobility before examining the painful areas in more detail. If we have enough information we will provide our diagnosis and recommendations.

You may be asked to undress to your underclothes. If this is difficult for you please let us know and we will try to work around this but please wear something you are comfortable in. You are welcome to bring a friend or relative along with you. We have male and female osteopaths available. Let us know if you have a preference.

To arrange an appointment please call us on Chatham 01634 842 583 or click on the button below.

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Conditions We Routinely Treat

We provide effective treatment for a wide range of conditions. Book an appointment at our Medway Osteopathy Clinic in Chatham. Call Chatham 01634 842 583. Common conditions we treat include:

  • generalised aches and pains
  • joint pains including hip and knee pain from osteoarthritis as an adjunct to core OA treatments and exercise
  • arthritic pain
  • general, acute & chronic backache, back pain (not arising from injury or accident)
  • uncomplicated mechanical neck pain (as opposed to neck pain following injury i.e. whiplash)
  • headache arising from the neck (cervicogenic) / migraine prevention
  • frozen shoulder/ shoulder and elbow pain/ tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis) arising from associated musculoskeletal conditions of the back and neck, but not isolated occurrences
  • circulatory problems
  • cramp
  • digestion problems
  • joint pains, lumbago
  • sciatica
  • muscle spasms
  • neuralgia
  • fibromyalgia
  • inability to relax
  • rheumatic pain
  • minor sports injuries and tensions

Conveniently Located

Osteopathy Medway – The Mason Clinic is located on the southern outskirts of Chatham and is ideally situated for patients living in the Medway region. We have plenty of free, easy parking available.

  • Maidstone – 5 miles
  • Chatham – 1 mile
  • Rochester – 2 miles
  • Gravesend – 9 miles
  • Sittingbourne – 10 miles
  • Gillingham – 3 miles
  • Walderslade – 2 miles
  • Aylesford – 5 miles
  • West Malling – 9 miles
  • M20 junction 6 – 5 Miles
  • M2 junction 3 – 2 miles

Osteopathy Medway - Easy Access for Medway Towns

The Mason Clinic - Osteopathy Medway

The Mason Clinic is located on the southern  outskirts of Chatham, close to junction 2 of the M2, just 5 miles from Maidstone. With plenty of free parking (inc. disabled) and wheelchair access, The Mason Clinic is convenient for the Medway towns of Chatham, Maidstone, Sittingbourne, Rochester, Gillingham, Gravesend, Aylesford and West Malling.

 

The Mason Clinic

Treatment Room - The Mason Clinic - Osteopathy Medway
        • Comfortable treatment rooms
        • Eve & Sat appointments
        • Free parking
        • Covered by major insurance companies

Accreditations

Osteopathy Medway – Here at The Mason Clinic in Chatham Kent, our osteopaths are all fully registered with their respective governing authorities. Please check out our full list of accreditations here.