Welcome to West London Osteopathy, Naturopathy & Acupuncture
Alternative treatments such as osteopathy and acupuncture are renowned for treating musculoskeletal, vascular, nervous, urogenital, respiratory, digestive and lymphatic dysfunction. At West London Acupuncture Clinic, we offer a wide range of treatments that can help you deal with such problems. The treatments will offer you relief from pain and discomfort.
Osteopathy specialises in the diagnosis, management, treatment and prevention of musculoskeletal and other related disorders. We specialise in osteopathy for babies and toddlers . We also offer laser therapy, which helps improve immune function, bio-stimulation and tissue regeneration and helps reduce inflammation.
You can also improve your health through our naturopathic treatments, which include MRI, dietary advice or lifestyle recommendations, detoxification, perhaps herbal medicine, homeopathic medicine or nutritional supplements
Many common problems suffered by children & babies can be treated effectively with osteopathy, which is an effective and natural approach to healthcare.
Acupuncture can be used when a functional problem is the cause of infertility, specifically when endometriosis, ovulatory problems or hormonal imbalances are the cause for not getting pregnant. At West London Clinic, we specialise in women's health and fertility treatments as well as alternative fertility therapies for men. We believe in a holistic approach and treat you as a whole person not just your symptoms. To get to the root of your underlying imbalance our reproductive acupuncture specialist will conduct thorough in-depth consultations and diagnosis assessments, resulting in a specialised treatment tailored to your needs, which can greatly increase your odds of a successful pregnancy and delivery.
Is lower back pain taking a toll on your daily life? Call West London Clinic in Kensington, Harley Street & Chiswick, on 0800 994 9525 to get quality treatment.
Our services are covered by most insurance companies although some may require a referral letter from a GP