Northallerton Osteopaths at Hale House is a well established multi-disciplinary healthcare practice, delivering expert health care from a wide range of therapies.
Our experienced clinical team, made up of 14 practitioners, have over 170 years' experience between them. Together they work in a multi-disciplinary team, each with their own area of expertise. Our holistic approach to healing ensures that everyone who comes to us for help is given the right therapeutic option for them.
"Polite professional staff. Provides good video links to self managed exercises. Appointments available at Northallerton and Easingwold."
Dr B Gregory, Richmond
"Struggling to walk with a very painful right hip, my daughter recommended the Osteopaths at Northallerton Osteopaths. My first visit confirmed a sciatica and a course of treatment was advised. Eight weeks later and I’m practically back to normal. A big thank you to the staff at Northallerton Osteopaths."
Pat Ward, Northallerton
"Ross has been amazing. I really appreciate him explaining to me in depth that because of a previous bunion op why I've been in pain walking. No pain now with manipulating my hip & daily exercises. Podiatrist next in the same practice to correct the flattened arch caused by the bunion op which caused the problem in the first place. Thank you Northallerton Osteopaths."
Kairen Robinson Northallerton
"I would highly recommend this practice, which is easy to locate, clean and modern. My osteopath here really makes you feel at ease during treatment, he is very professional and sympathetic and quickly restored movement to my locked and spasming back. He has gone out of his way to squeeze me in for an emergency appointment when I’ve been in agony with my back. The receptionists are really lovely and it’s pretty easy to get an appointment. Worth every single penny"
Mrs L Mapp, Northallerton
"I have been using Northallerton Osteopaths both at the new site and the previous one at Croft House and have been impressed by the quality of treatment. I have been treated by Ross for the past year for pain in my right hip/ sacro-illiac joint and a successful treatment plan has been devised. I would recommend this practice if you are needing any osteo treatment"
Mr S Ford, Darlington
"Thank you for help managing my back problems with clear explanations, good advice and healing treatment, all provided in such a friendly, welcoming setting. I’m delighted to recommend you to my friends and neighbours"
Mrs S Reed, Northallerton
"I am very pleased with the treatment I receive for my lower back pain, and the staff are very helpful and professional. I highly recommend them"
Mrs A Howe, Thirsk
"I have very much appreciated your professional help over the past 3 months. It is easy and quick to get appointment’s and everyone is friendly and efficient. Much easier than NHS appointments. Plus, easy access and parking. I would recommend anyone to visit your practice."
Anne Thompson, Northallerton
An Osteopath uses hands-on techniques to treat a wide variety of pains originating from the joints, muscles, nerves and ligaments. Osteopaths are highly trained in the diagnosis & treatment of neck pain, back pain, hip pain, shoulder pain, knee pain and more. Through their training they have developed a highly sensitive sense of touch which they use to assess their patients.
A Cranial Osteopaths uses a highly trained sense of touch to feel subtle changes of tension and imbalances throughout the whole body. Gentle pressure is applied to mobilise the head, spine and other areas of the body in order to release physical stress. A wide range of conditions can be treated by Cranial Osteopaths.
Our osteopaths treat babies, children and teenagers. Osteopaths are statutorily regulated primary healthcare professionals, who work in private practice and in NHS settings. All osteopaths are qualified to treat babies and children and many osteopaths hold specialist post-graduate qualifications in paediatric osteopathy, such as those offered by the SCCO.
An Acupuncturist inserts thin needles to specific points across the body in order to treat a wide range of conditions. Just like Physiotherapy or Osteopathy, Acupuncture can help people with neck pain, back pain, hip pain, shoulder pain and knee pain. As well as this they can help with Anxiety, Stress, Depression, IBS, fertility and other health complaints.
Sports Massage compliments Osteopathy and Physiotherapy and is a technique used to release tension within muscles. Just like an Osteopath or Physiotherapist, Sports Massage can be used to treat sports injuries causing shoulder pain, neck pain, knee pain, back pain, hip pain or foot pain. Some patients find it useful to opt for a regular maintenance appointment to manage their condition.
A Biomechanical Podiatrist is a clinician that specialises in problems of the lower limb and feet that can affect your lower limb, back and gait. A Podiatrist may prescribe insoles, orthotics, exercises and/or advice to help treat patients with foot pain, knee pain, hip pain or low back pain.
There is no difference between a Chiropodist and a Podiatrist. Chiropody is a term which has been traditionally used in the UK, meanwhile Podiatry has been a term more widely recognised and used internationally. A Chiropodist and Podiatrist may refer to themselves as either one. A Chiropodist is typically well known for treating problems in the feet including Fungal Nails, Diabetic Foot, Circulatory Problems, Thickened Nails/Skin, Corns & Calluses, Verrucae and surgical management of Ingrown Toe Nails.
Our Foot Health Practitioner offers Nail Care which includes Toe Nail Cutting and the treatment of Thickened Nails and Involuted/Ingrown Nails (non-surgical management).
Clinical hypnotherapy is the use of hypnosis for the treatment and alleviation of a variety of physical and psychological symptoms. Hypnotherapy can be used to successfully treat a wide range of issues including Anxiety, Stress, Depression, Phobias, Chronic Illness and Fatigue, Weight Loss and Pain Control.
A Physiotherapist helps to restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury, illness or disability. Physiotherapy involves a combination of hands-on techniques and prescribed exercises to help patients with neck pain, back pain, hip pain, shoulder pain, knee pain and more.
Herbal medicine is the study and the use of medicinal plants, which are a basis of traditional medicine. Medical Herbalists are trained in similar diagnostics and clinical skills to orthodox doctors but they treat in a holistic way by seeking and identifying the underlying cause of the problem, not just the symptoms of the disease.
Our reception staff have been trained to handle your queries and advise on which Therapy may suit your needs best. In cases where a decision cannot be made on which Therapy you would like to seek treatment from, please request a call-back from one of our Practitioners to discuss things in further detail with you. As always your information shared with us is kept strictly confidential.
"After using a different osteopath and being 100% unimpressed, I was recommended to visit Northallerton Osteopaths. I visited after breaking my back following a bike crash. I was in constant severe pain, and wanted recovery plus coming back fitter and stronger than I was before the crash. Over the 5 months I have visited Ross he is got me back on my bike, riding abroad and even more importantly addressing previous issues in terms of inflexibility etc. I would hugely recommend Ross and his team to anyone needing help with injury recovery or inflexibility. Outstanding job!"
Alex Ingham Northallerton
170 years' clinical experience in the team
Patient centred care ensuring the best treatment to suit your needs
All practitioners registered with national governing bodies
No need for a referral
Excellent links with local GP's
Some of our Osteopaths are registered with major insurers
Local, friendly business
All major credit cards accepted
Evening appointments available
Easily accessible from Northallerton, Thirsk, Bedale and surrounding areas.
The STUDIO at Hale House is now also up and running and we are promoting health and well-being for all the local community. The studio offers a range of weekly fitness and wellbeing classes.
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Along with common complaints such as lower back pain, neck pain, sports injuries, frozen shoulder and sciatica, our highly qualified therapists also treat patients with headaches, insomnia, neurological conditions as well as concerns relating to mental health such as stress and anxiety.
Our clinic is easily accessible from Northallerton and the Hambleton area (Thirsk, Bedale, Great Ayton, Stokesly and Easingwold) and regularly sees patients who travel from Dishforth, Ripon, Darlington, Catterick, Richmond, Yarm, Masham and Boroughbridge.
Osteopathy | Cranial Osteopathy | Paediatric Osteopathy | Physiotherapy | Acupuncture | Massage Therapy | Sports Massage | Podiatry | Foot & Nail Care | Hypnotherapy | Reflexology | Herbal Medicine | Ear Wax Removal & Hearing Tests
"I have very much appreciated your professional help over the past 3 months. It is easy and quick to get appointment’s and everyone is friendly and efficient. Much easier than NHS appointments. Plus, easy access and parking. I would recommend anyone to visit your practice"
Mrs A Thompson
Osteopathy and Physiotherapy have plenty of similarities. They both aim to improve the physical health and quality of life for the patients that they see.
However, what can differ is the way that they go about this and the type of patients that they may see. Whilst there is some crossover and certain conditions can be successfully treated by either professional, it is important you understand the difference between the two as your condition may be better suited to one profession over the other.
To find out how they differ, click to read out blog post below.
We are often asked what is the difference between an osteopath and chiropractor. To tell the truth, we have more similarities than differences. To find out more click to read our blog posts below.
There is no difference between a Chiropodist and a Podiatrist. The term chiropody has been traditionally used in the UK for some years, but the term podiatry is recognised and used more internationally. A Chiropodist or a Podiatrist may use either name to refer to themselves as. However, here at Northallerton Osteopaths at Hale House we tend to divide certain foot problems into two areas, Podiatry and Chiropody.
Please click our blog post below to find out more.