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About Us

About Us

At SB Osteopathy we treat all kinds of sports injuries and muscle problems. We take a whole-body view to your health and treat the cause of the problem not just the symptoms.

Osteopathy is a system of diagnosis and treatment for a wide range of medical conditions. Osteopaths offer a unique holistic (whole body) approach and is based on the principle that the well-being of an individual depends on the skeleton, muscles, ligaments and connective tissues functioning smoothly together in an integrated manner.

If one part of your body is restricted the rest of the body must adapt and compensate for this restriction which eventually leads to inflammation, pain, stiffness and a whole host of other health conditions.

We use a broad range of hands-on techniques including soft tissue, stretch, mobilization and manipulation of joints to reduce areas of stress and create a positive effect on the body’s nervous, circulatory and lymphatic system to help restore health. We also provide advice on posture and exercise to aid recovery and prevent symptoms from recurring.

Osteopathic Treatments

Sarah Beer at Osteopathy Clinic Croydon, offers treatment for a host of infirmities and health problems which if left untreated could lead to bigger health issues later on. Sarah is a registered osteopath working in Croydon having qualified from The British School of Osteopathy with a Masters degree.
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Booking an appointment with Sara Beer in Croydon is easy. Even from your mobile phone, pad or Android device. Just click the button below and select a date and time for your treatment.

Our Testimonial

I was recommended to Sarah by a family member as I suffer with upper back & shoulder issues due to a spinal problem, I get discomfort in doing simple things … See Tyrone’s full testimonial on Yell.
By TyroneR
I’ve only been going recently but I am feeling so much better. Making progress with the pain and I’m only going to go monthly now. See Debbie’s full testimonial on Yell.
By DebbieT-40

Frequently Asked Questions

+ Can Treatments Help With Foot And Ankle Pain?
Foot and ankle problems can be very limiting and can have a compensatory effect further up the body leading to discomfort and pain. There are many cause for pain, these include; Sprained ankle Tendonitis Muscle tear Bony spur Plantar fasciitis Bun...
+ Who Regulates Osteopathy In The UK?
All osteopaths in the UK are regulated by the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC). Osteopaths are required to renew their registration each year and then they are provided with an annual licence to practice. As part of this process, the GOsC checks...
+ Will I Get Immediate Relief?
Osteopathy does take time for you to get the full benefits. The manipulations and recommendations you get from Sarah Beer are designed to treat the root cause of the problem and not just the symptoms. That being said, depending on your own specifi...
+ Can Osteopathy Help With Shoulder Pain?
There are many reasons why you may experience shoulder pain. Poor body posture can cause more damage than people realize and often results in sharp pain in the shoulders and stiffness. The most common problems include: Osteoarthritis – wear and te...

Repetitive injuries, sprains, tension and fatigue

Massage has been proven to be effective by improving circulation and lymphatic flow, assisting in the removal of metabolic waste, increasing or decreasing muscle tone and length, increasing flexibility, remodeling scar tissue and it is also very useful when helping someone prepare mentally before sporting events. You do not need to be a sports performer to benefit from a sports massage. It is very effective at alleviating many day-to-day problems which more often than not are occupation related, whether these are caused from long hours sitting at a desk in front of a computer or days spent doing physical work. Repetitive injuries, sprains, tension and fatigue are also commonly experienced by most people at some point in their life and these too respond well to sports massage.
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Sarah Beer
205 Lower Addiscombe Road
Croydon, CR0 6RA
United Kingdom
Tel. (078) 3417 9542