Sussex Back Pain Clinic

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  • Do you suffer from back pain?
  • Wish you could get to the root of your back problem?
  • Want to live life again? 

Osteopathy gets straight to the root of the problem, restores balance and frees you from discomfort so you can get on with everyday life.

Are you reading this because you or someone close to you suffers from back pain?  Do you struggle with chronic back pain or neck pain which makes your life miserable?  Or do you have acute low back pain or sciatica which makes it difficult to do all but the very basic of tasks? Even if you only get occasional tweaks and twinges you may be concerned that these could become more serious. 

If so, we are here to help you.

Why choose us?

Here at the Sussex Back Pain Clinic, based in the city of Brighton and Hove, we have helped many people just like you. Established for over 20 years by expert Osteopath Steve Morris and one of the leading Osteopathy clinics in the county, we understand that health is so much more than the absence of disease; just getting you out of pain is often not enough to stop it coming back. Our team of male and female osteopaths provide expert diagnosis and care – not only to treat symptoms but to get to the real cause of your problem and to help you to maintain a healthy spine for the rest of your life. 

We believe that your osteopathic treatment should be tailored to your individual needs. Your osteopath will always listen to you and you will be properly examined before your condition is fully explained. The osteopath will then discuss a treatment plan with you that will actively involve you in the whole process.

IDD Therapy - Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Treatment

We also strive to keep ahead with new and innovative treatments for back-related conditions. Sussex Back Pain Clinic is part of a an international network of clinics offering IDD Therapy, a pioneering Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression treatment for patients with sciatica and other chronic disc-related conditions. We added IDD Therapy to our treatment options in 2010 and, since then, our patients have experienced some exceptional results.

It is this approach, along with our commitment to excellence, that has enabled our team of osteopaths to have succeeded with thousands of happy patients. That’s why 90 per cent of our new patients are either recommended by family or a friend or referred directly from their GP and we look forward to helping you too.

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What our clients say

"My quality of life has changed dramatically - no more headaches. I'm able to do so many more every day things around the home..."  
June Williams

"The experience as you enter the practice is one of care and total service with many years of consulting expertise and practical advice..."  
Glenn Ballard

"After my first few visits my neck was most certainly less painful, one side completely pain free, and the other side soon followed to be pain free..."  
Ann Draper

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    How you stand and sit can have major repercussions for your muscles and joints and can be the basis for some very painful conditions. Posture ranks right up at the top of the list when you are talking about good health.
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    The information I’m providing here is being overlooked everyday by people desperately trying to achieve their physical goals, whether it’s for purely aesthetical reasons or sporting performance. Both exercise enthusiasts and gym instructors alike have missed a vital key to consistent results.
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    A recent survey that took a snapshot of painkiller use across the UK reveals, somewhat alarmingly, that nearly 2 in 5 people (37%) say they have to take painkillers in order to feel well enough to work. It also finds that 1 in 3 people using medication are worried about becoming dependent on drugs in order to manage their lives.