Bill Ferguson
Registered Osteopath, Cranial Osteopath, Acupuncture and Sports Injuries
Tenterden Osteopathic Clinic
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Bill Ferguson Tenterden Osteopath
Bill Ferguson
Tenterden Osteopath

Bill Ferguson
MSc, DO, LCSP (Phys)
Registered Osteopath in Tenterden

2 St Benets Court
Tenterden
Kent
TN30 6QS
United Kingdom
Tel: 01580 762754


Email: mail@billferguson.co.uk

Bill Ferguson trained in Remedial Massage and Joint Manipulation with the Northern Institute of Massage between 1986 and 1989 before graduating as an Osteopath from the Northern Counties School of Osteopathy in 1990. Originally trained to treat musculoskeletal pain and Sports Injuries, over the years the breadth of his Osteopathic work has expanded to include specialist training in Visceral Osteopathy, Cranial Osteopathy, and Medical Acupuncture. And most recently Classical Osteopathy

Bill has a particular interest in the mind/body relationship. He treats a range of ages from babies to the very elderly and has a very gentle approach to osteopathy. Bill works in Tenterden, Kent

Bill often tells his patients "everything is connected".

  • Your emotions influence your body chemistry which in turn influences your nervous system.
  • Your nervous system controls the tension in your muscles.
  • Your muscles dictate the positions of your bones.
  • If your bones are pulled out of alignment your joints cannot work as easily and there is increased likelihood of damage.
  • If your connective tissues are under too much strain your organs become vulnerable.

Somewhere along this chain of events there should be the potential to intervene to improve matters. Some people simply need structural osteopathy to ease tight muscles and mobilise joints. Some people may be compensating for an injury (recent or old) which interferes with normal activities. Postural problems are common. As we age our bodies change shape and new strain patterns emerge.

Professional Association and Regulator

www.osteopathy.org
The British Osteopathic Association is the primary organisation representing osteopaths

www.osteopathy.org.uk
The General Osteopathic Council regulates the profession of osteopathy

Osteopathy Treatment

Treatment from osteopaths may include massage, rhythmic joint movements and other techniques to stretch, mobilise and ease painful, tight, aching muscles and joints.

Osteopathy is renowned for relieving low back pain but is also beneficial for frozen shoulders, cricked neck, headaches, trapped nerves and whiplash

Tips and Advice

Early treatment is best, don't ignore warning aches and pains

Healthy joints need movement; don't let them stiffen up

Regular maintenance treatments help many people enjoy a better quality of life

There are just over seven million Osteopathic consultations per year in the UK
(Source: General Osteopathic Council)

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Where do Patients travel from

Bill Ferguson regularly sees patients from all over Kent and East Sussex. This includes Ashford, Canterbury, Hastings, Maidstone, Rye, Tenterden.

Locally patients come from a wide range of villages and towns including: Appledore, Battle, Beckley, Benenden, Bethersden, Bexhill, Biddenden, Bodiam, Brookland, Cranbrook, Flimwell, Frittenden, Goudhurst, Hamstreet, Hawkhurst, Headcorn, High Halden, Marden, Newenden, Northiam, Peasmarsh, Pluckley, Staplehurst, St Michaels, Smarden, Wittersham and Woodchurch.

Languages spoken

English
French
Spanish

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Bill Ferguson
Tenterden Osteopathic Clinic
2 St Benets Court
Tenterden, Kent
Tel: 01580 762754

Email: mail@billferguson.co.uk

 
 

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Last Updated: 12 November, 2013