Welcome to The Lansdown Clinic in Bath and Bristol
The Lansdown Clinic is run by Martin Matthews and is an established Osteopathy and Acupuncture clinic in Lansdown Bath & Westbury Park Bristol offering a wide range of therapies. We have experienced practitioners offering Osteopathy, Acupuncture, both Sports and Holistic Massage, Hypnotherapy, Psychotherapy, Allergy Testing and Life Coaching. Dedicated to the highest standards of care, we offer professional and effective treatment from everyday aches and pains to serious and complex problems. In Bath we are able to offer our very own free car park to our clients.
Osteopath and Acupuncturist – Martin Matthews
Martin Matthews D.O.(GOsC) Lic. Ac.(Hons) is a fully qualified and highly experienced osteopath and acupuncturist in Bath and Bristol who has been in full time practice since 1986. As well as being in private practice, Martin has been the Osteopath and Acupuncturist for Bristol Rugby since 2005.
“I am new the area and was looking for a special kind of osteopath like I had in London. I was very impressed with what I saw on the website, and decided to see if it was as good as it sounded. I am happy to say that I had a great experience and I will continue to see and recommend Martin Matthews. He is very concerned with his patients well-being”. Sarah L.
Osteopathy Techniques and Treatments
Osteopathy uses hands-on techniques to restore the body to health. It is a well established health care profession recognised by Government and the General Medical Council. It is a system of diagnosis and treatment focusing on the whole body, which works by restoring the bodys structural and functional balance.
Osteopaths treat problems of the musculoskeletal system, mostly pain and disability arising from the joints and muscles of the body. This can be as the result of injuries or disease, but more often as the result of the day to day stress on our bodies derived from the things we do.
Osteopaths use their hands to decrease muscle tension and, stretch out joint restrictions, so that the patient’s body moves better and without pain. Not all bodies can be made perfect, but nearly everyone gains ease of pain and improvement in physical ability as a result of treatment.
Martin Matthews treats people of all ages and fitness levels from the newborn to the elderly, manual workers, office professionals, pregnant women, children, babies and sports people. He uses a wide range of gentle techniques including physical manipulation, stretching, soft tissue release, joint mobilization and cranial techniques to increase the mobility of joints, to relieve muscle tension and ease pain.
Conditions treated include:
All osteopaths in the UK are regulated by the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC). It is against the law for anyone to call themselves an osteopath unless they are registered with the General Osteopathic Council. If you would like to book an assessment or treatment with Martin Matthews, registered osteopath in Bath please call The Lansdown Clinic on 01225 462092 or 07554420502.
Back painsAlmost everyone gets back pains at some time. Staying active with the help of osteopathic care may be the best solution. So, are you sitting well?
Sports injuryAs well as his normal clinical duties, Martin specialises in the treatment of sports injuries. Over a period of three decades Martin has amassed huge experience in treating injuries… MORE >
Shoulder PainFound in the 35 year plus age range Adhesive Capsulitis or Frozen Shoulder is a condition causing pain and restricted movement in the shoulder joint. MORE >
Headaches & Migraines
Osteopathy and acupuncture are very effective treatments for headaches and migraines. Sadly, headaches are unfortunately all too common, and there are many types and causes. Some people can suffer from more than one type of headache. MORE >
Cranial OsteopathyMany think that babies and children should have no stresses or strains in their bodies, because of their newness. The reality it is very different. Birth is one of the most stressful events of their short lives. MORE >
ArthritisAs we get older our joints begin to wear out. This general wear and tear is the result of a lifetime of work and creates unwanted changes in our bones and joints. MORE >
Gavin Henson with Martin Matthews of the Lansdown Clinic, Bath.