Our mission is simple; we want to get you better in as few appointments as possible and back to the things you need and want to do. We do this with a combination of advice, manual therapy, cutting-edge technology (K-Laser) and simple exercises. Don’t just take our word for it see what our patients think of us in our testimonials.
We are constantly striving to improve the care we give by making sure we have the best osteopaths and are committed to ensuring we are at the forefront of healthcare by investing in training and technology. We are recognised nationally by our professional body being awarded the prestigious award of runner-up in the national Osteopathic Practice of the Year awards 2017.
We look forward to helping you and promise to give you the absolute best care.
Bannerdale Osteopaths in Sheffield is run by experienced local Osteopath Steven Ojari who provides a friendly relaxed environment for all patients.
Osteopathy is a safe and gentle form of therapy, suitable for adults, children and infants.
At Bannerdale Osteopaths we are here to treat and manage a wide range of conditions including back and neck pain, occupational and repetitive strain injuries and issues relating to pregnant and nursing mothers. We effectively treat many patients who can’t (or don’t want to) wait for an NHS physio referral, appointments are usually available within 24 hours. We also offer treatment for babies and children suffering all matter of complaints by using gentle non-invasive re-balancing techniques.
Our goal is to get you back to health as quickly as we can, using as few treatments as possible and we view a successful outcome by not seeing you again! That’s not to say we will abandon you once you are starting to feel a bit better. You should leave with an understanding of why your condition has arisen and knowledge of what you can do to prevent re-occurrence. Exercises are in many instances very important too so we will attempt to find a few that work for you and your lifestyle to speed up your recovery and reduce the chances of you needing ongoing care.