Osteopathy for All moves to new East Hoathly clinic

Osteopaths Pippa Cossens and Louise Field outside the new Osteopathy for All clinic at East Hoathly.

Osteopathy for All has moved into a new clinic in East Hoathly just a few yards from its previous premises.

The practice has converted number 9 Village Works to provide two treatment rooms and a reception while keeping number 3 for use as a studio where pain recovery classes can be held in the future.

Practice principal and owner Pippa Cossens said she and two other osteopaths, Louise Field, and Paul Harrington, were pleased to have moved into the new building and were enjoying working there.

A look inside the new Osteopathy for All clinic at East Hoathly.

She added it would probably be January before work began on the studio, a space for wellness, where self-care techniques can be shared with patients suffering long-term pain and discomfort.

• Osteopathy for All remains open, as an essential service, during the Coronavirus lockdown. The practice is continuing while using robust cleaning protocols, PPE, and pre-screening to keep patients safe during appointments.

• Read more about Osteopathy for All, and find contact details, in their premium listing in our Uckfield Directory. Look for the name or search in the category for Osteopaths.

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