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Offering Various Osteopathic Treatments

Sharon Quilter has been an established osteopath since 1995 and has filled the osteopathic needs of eastern Suffolk such as Woodbridge, Aldeburgh, Saxmundham, Leiston, Yoxford and beyond.

Osteopathy is a scheme of evaluating, diagnosing, treating and preventing a wide range of health problems.

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Therapy For Aches & Pains, Suffolk

Therapy for Aches & Pains

Osteopaths are well known for helping with back pain and postural problems, the pain of arthritis and minor sports injuries as well as the strain of work posture or driving or changes due to pregnancy.

Treatment For Anyone; Young Or Old, Suffolk

Treatment for Anyone

Osteopathic patients include the young and old alike; manual workers, babies and children, sports people, office professionals and pregnant women.

Happy To Help With Your Health, Suffolk

Happy to Help

If you would like more information, Sharon will be happy to speak to you about your health and how osteopathic treatment might be beneficial.

Osteopaths are trained to be aware of signs of serious conditions which require GP or hospital referral.

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No matter whether your condition was caused by a sport, work accident or otherwise, I welcome the chance to serve you.

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Regulation of Osteopaths

General osteopathic councilOsteopaths are regulated by the General Osteopathic Council (GosC). Registration means that the osteopath is:

  • Properly trained and qualified.
  • Of good character and fit to practice.
  • Covered by professional indemnity insurance.
  • Keeping their knowledge and skills up to date.

Osteopaths practice to high standards and you can learn more about these in the Osteopathic Practice Standards (General Osteopathic Council 2012).

This shows that Sharon Quilter is registered. It ensures that you are entitle to a high standard of care. It is against the law for anyone to call themselves an osteopath unless they are registered with the GosC.

All osteopathic practices have a complaints procedure. If you have concerns about your osteopath, it is usually helpful to raise these with the person involved to see if the matter can be put right.

If you have been unable to resolve the issue or if it is so serious that it might effect the osteopath's ability to practice safely, you should speak to the General Osteopathic Council. They will advise on the next steps to take under the formal complaints process.

To contact the General Osteopathic Council, call 020 7357 6655 or visit

Registered address:

Glenwood Osteopaths Ltd
1 Squirrel Cottages
Cundle Green Lane
Snape, Suffolk
IP17 1RE
01728 688935
Registered in England No. 4792972