Tim Jewers Registered Osteopath

Tim Jewers Osteopathic Practice is recognised by health insurance companies and highly recommended by GP’s, and Consultants.

TIM JEWERS BSc (Hons) Osteopathic Medicine

Tim is a registered osteopath qualifying in 1998 at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine. His special interests are sports injuries, foot biomechanics and orthotics, and working with children using The Sunflower Therapy which enables them to achieve their full potential physically & educationally.
Tim has developed strong links with sports men and women competing at the highest levels and these include professional rugby players, current WPGA professionals, tennis professionals and the Shidokan GB Team. As a Sunflower Practitioner Tim took part in the initial Sunflower Study and Research Project and has continued to work with many children and their parents.

For many years Tim played rugby at a senior level with Richmond Rugby Club and he has sustained his interest in the sport and continues to actively enjoy riding, skiing and golf.

Matthew has been practicing podiatry for over 20 years. He holds a Diploma in Podiatric Medicine, is a member of the Health Professionals Council and a member of the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists.

He offers a complete range of podiatry treatments. While the primary focus of any treatment will be the feet, as a health care professional, Matthew will consider your general health and how any treatment may be designed to be of the greatest benefit to you. It’s a lot more than just feet.

What should I expect from a visit? AK as diagnostic tool

Osteopaths consider each person as an individual. On your first visit, the osteopath will spend time taking a detailed medical history including important information about your lifestyle and diet. You will normally be asked to undress to your underwear and perform a series of simple movements. This will allow a full diagnosis and treatment plan tailored to your needs.

With their hands osteopaths identify abnormalities within the human structure and function. They then facilitate the body’s ability to heal itself through a variety of stretching, mobilizing and manipulative techniques. With added exercises and health advice, osteopaths help to reduce the symptoms and improve your health and quality of life.

Your osteopath should make you feel at ease and communicate what s/he is doing. Do ask questions at anytime during your consultation if you are unsure.

Treatment for sports including, Golf, rugby, tennis, squash, riding, karate, gym, dance, football

Both musculo skeletal aspects and foot biomechanics of sports people have led Tim to apply the latest computer technology using the RS Scan software to correct dysfunction of the foot and prescribe orthotics.

State of the art dynamic foot scanning

Bespoke orthotics

Off the shelf orthotics

Biomechanical & osteopathic assessment




The treatment is a comprehensive approach to the diagnosis and treatment of health, learning and behavioural difficulties in children. It is a unique way of relieving stress and promoting well being using an array of safe, natural therapies matched to individual needs. By tackling many of the underlying causes of the problems children are enabled to achieve more of their own potential.

It is based on the concept that physically, neurologically balanced, healthy, well integrated children naturally perform better, feel better, achieve more, have greater self esteem, get on better with others and make the most of their opportunities.

It is a comprehensive and efficient natural health system devised for screening out and effectively dealing with learning difficulties.


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For General Enquiries, Appointment & Fees

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What is Osteopathy?

Osteopathy is one of only two complementary therapies in the UK regulated by law. It is illegal for anyone to call themself an osteopath unless they are registered with The General Osteopathic Council which is the statutory regulatory body for osteopaths in the United Kingdom.

Osteopathy is an established system of clinical diagnosis and manual treatment in which a caring approach to the patient and attention to individual needs are of primary importance.

In particular, it is concerned with the inter-relationship between the structure of the body and the way in which it functions and is therefore an appropriate form of therapy for many problems affecting the neuro-musculo-skeletal systems.

Osteopathy is a way of detecting and treating damaged parts of the body such as muscles, ligaments, nerves and joints. When the body is balanced and efficient, just like a well tuned engine, it will function with the minimum of wear and tear, leaving more energy for living.

Some of the conditions which osteopathy can help relieve are:

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