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24 York Rd, Wetherby LS22 6SL. 01937 584775


Following the announcement on 23 March 2020 by the Prime Minister,
The practice is now closed until further notice.

We will continue to offer advice, guidance and support remotely to anyone who needs it. Please call 01937 584 775 and follow the instructions or email us at

Please bear with us whilst we make arrangements during this unprecedented time. If you have appointments with any of the Osteopaths or any practitioners you do not need to contact us to cancel.

Please keep reviewing our website and the Wetherby Osteopaths Facebook page for further information and  updates.

what is osteopathy


Osteopathy is the recognised and established science of human mechanics; a system of diagnosis and treatment which lays the main emphasis on the structural and mechanical problems of the body.

osteopathy - what to expect


First of all the osteopath will take a full medical history. You will also need to complete and sign a consent form. They then perform an examination, for which you may have to remove some of your clothing to allow a proper assessment.

osteopathy - who will benefit


Everyone can benefit from osteopathy from the young through to the elderly
Government statement quotes from Matt Hancock, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care 2018. Read more

Welcome to Wetherby Osteopaths

24 York Rd, Wetherby LS22 6SL. T: 01937 584775 We also have private off road parking and level disabled access.

We are a group of osteopaths who are all registered with the General Osteopathic Council.

We have been established in Wetherby since 1984 and opened our new premises in York Road in 2003. We are trained to treat a wide range of musculoskeletal disorders. We also have trained Acupuncturists and Podiatrists to compliment our Osteopathy services.

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Meet The Team

• Adam Bridger D.O. PGCert
• Mary Bridger D.O. PGCertHE
• Matthew Derbyshire B Ost
• Greg Jones M Ost
• Emma Richards Dip.Ac
• Lee Short BSc MSc
• Bob Longworth DPodM, MSc

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