News & events 


We are delighted to announce the arrival of baby Sebastian Beckett on Monday 21st October.  
Congratulations and best wishes to Christine and Marc as they begin the adventure of parenthood! 


We are pleased to announce that Hannah Needler will be joining us whilst Christine is on maternity leave. Hannah qualified from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2011. She also has a Diploma in Nutrition. Previously a cardiac physiologist, Hannah has a special interest in working with expectant mothers, babies and children. 


Our charity this year is Parkinson's UK. We have again had a good crop of apples which are available for anyone who would like to take some. 
Donations are invited to Parkinson's UK. 
Apples are in the waiting room at Beverley and Cottingham surgeries. Feel free to pop in and get some - even if you aren't coming as a patient at the moment. 


We are pleased to announce that Christine is having a baby, which is due mid October. Some of you will already know that Elise Evans is covering Christine's maternity leave. Elise is working with us as a Manipulative Therapist and she is a fifth (final) year student at the College of Osteopaths at Staffordshire University. Originally from Sweden, she has extensive experience in hospitality management and various manual therapies including massage, reflexology, and Indian head massage. She enjoys the English countryside and is a keen cook and gardener. 


We are delighted to announce that the donations for apples this year raised a total of £214.49 which has been donated to the Alzheimer's Society. A huge thank you to everyone who contributed. 


OPEN Monday 24th December 2018 
CLOSED Tuesday 25th December 2018 (Christmas Day) 
CLOSED Wednesday 26th December 2018 (Boxing Day) 
OPEN Thursday 27th December 2018 
CLOSED Friday 28th December 2018 
OPEN Saturday 29th December 2018 
OPEN Monday 31st December 2018 
CLOSED Tuesday 1st January 2019 (New Years Day) 
OPEN Wednesday 2nd January 2019 (normal surgery hours resume). 
Booking service is available as usual over the holiday period. 
Happy Christmas and New Year from all at Wadsworth Osteopaths. 


Remedial massage therapist Kirstie Skelton-Clark is rejoining the team at Wadsworth Osteopaths. 
She is starting with a Wednesday morning session at Lockwood Road clinic in Beverley. Her first session is Wednesday 16 May 2018. 


Monday 7th May 2018 OPEN 
Monday 28th May 2018 OPEN 
Booking service is available as usual. 


Good Friday 30.03.18 OPEN 8am - 5pm 
Easter Saturday 31.03.18 OPEN 8am - 2pm 
Easter Monday 02.04.18 CLOSED 
Booking service is available as usual. 
Happy Easter from all at Wadsworth Osteopaths. 


We are pleased to welcome Kate Balcomb-Johns to the team at Wadsworth Osteopaths. Kate qualified with distinction from the European School of Osteopathy in Maidstone in 2014. She has a particular interest in the treatment of babies and women during pregnancy. 
For appointments call 01482 875004. 


OPEN Friday 22nd December 2017 
OPEN Saturday 23rd December 2017 
CLOSED Monday 25th December 2017 (Christmas Day) 
CLOSED Tuesday 26th December 2017 (Boxing Day) 
OPEN Wednesday 27th December 2017 
OPEN Thursday 28th December 2017 
OPEN Friday 29th December 2017 
OPEN Saturday 30th December 2017 
CLOSED Monday 1st January 2018 (New Years Day) 
OPEN Tuesday 2nd January 2018 (normal surgery hours resume). 
Booking service is available as usual over the holiday period. 
Happy Christmas and New Year from all at Wadsworth Osteopaths. 

New Osteopath 

A warm WELCOME to osteopath Dianne King who has joined the practice. 
Dianne has been practicing as an osteopath in London for the last 6 years. She has moved up to Hull with her family and will be working with us at our Beverley and Cottingham surgeries. 
Dianne graduated with a Master’s degree from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2010. She has a particular interest in treating Sports Injuries and took a leading role in providing osteopathy during the London Olympics and Paralympics in 2012. She is also experienced in giving postural and work station advice for employees and treating a wide variety of work related conditions. 
For appointments call our 24/7 booking line 01482 875004. 

Apples for Alzheimer's 

We are proud to announce that we have raised £265.80 for the Alzheimer’s Society over the last few weeks. This breaks our previous record last year. 
The Bramley apple tree at the back of the Cottingham surgery has produced a huge crop this year. Baskets and boxes of apples were left in the waiting room at our Beverley and Cottingham surgeries. 
A big thank you to everyone who took apples and donated to Alzheimer’s. 

Schools talks 

At Wadsworth Osteopaths we are keen to promote health awareness. We are holding a series of talks in schools to help children understand how best to keep themselves fit and well. 
Healthy habits started early in life will pay dividends in the future. 
A range of different talks are available for different age groups. 
If you would like us to talk to one of the classes in your school please contact: Robert Wadsworth 0774 771 0317 
1. Promoting Healthy Lifestyle 
• Healthy diet 
- Carbohydrates, Fats, Proteins 
- Vitamins 
- Fibre 
- 5-a-day 
- Sugar 
• Exercise 
- Different exercise programmes to suit different levels of fitness 
- Body types 
- Muscle types: Red and white fibre muscle for short burst and endurance activity 
- Training programmes 
• Smoking, Alcohol, Drugs 
- Health risks associated with legal and illegal drugs 
• Noticing when something is wrong – PAIN: when is it normal, when does it need to be dealt with 
- Dealing with injury & self help 
- Normal healing 
- When I need help 
2. The Human Body and How it Works 
• The skeleton: 'Dead Bod' - can you put the bone back where it belongs? 
• The spine: 4 legs vs 2 legs 
• Weak joints and strong joints  
• Sitting too long can reduce your lifespan: 6hrs TV per day over lifetime can shorten your life by 4.8years 
• Increased risk of: Diabetes, heart disease, cancers, osteoporosis, DVT 
• Telomeres 
• Back pain 
• What can I do? 
- Reduce sitting overall, incorporate more movement into you life 
- Alternate between sitting and standing, where possible get up every 20mins 
- If you have to sit for longer periods 
- Shift in your seat 
- Use calf muscle pump 
• Growing bones 
• Carrying and posture 
• Even loading 
• Rucksacks 
• Clear out 
3. How do I rate myself? 
• Questionnaire 
Wadsworth Osteopaths & schools talks


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