Osteopathy & Complementary Therapy in Chippenham

At the Ashfield Practice, we understand that your health is the key to getting the most out of life. Therefore, our experienced team of osteopaths and complementary therapists offer a range of treatments for all the family to help with a wide variety of health problems.

We are a friendly and professional practice not far from the centre of Chippenham. There is free roadside parking on Ashfield Road and adjacent public roads during business hours.

If you would like to chat with one of our therapists about your particular complaint, please feel free to call us with no obligation.

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Our Opening Hours

Day Times
Monday - Friday 08:00 - 18:00
Saturday By Prior Appointment
Sunday & Bank Holidays Closed

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Private Medical Insurance

Private medical insurance companies will generally pay for osteopathy treatment - please contact your insurer for further information.


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Use of Patients' Personal Data - GDPR Statement

At the Ashfield Practice we take our responsibilities seriously with regards to the collection, processing and management of your personal data. We have updated our procedures and documents to ensure that we are compliant with the new General Data Protection Regulation from May 25th 2018.

Please read our GDPR Statement for details of the personal information we take during your visit as a patient, why we require it, how we we use it, how we get consent, how you can withdraw consent, how you can ask for it to be corrected, and where you can complain if you feel we have not managed your personal data lawfully.

Chippenham Road Closures

Please be aware that there will be further roadworks and congestion affecting the centre of Chippenham in the coming weeks (details below), so we recommend that you allow extra time for your journey to the practice for your scheduled appointment time.

Many thanks.

The following roads will be temporarily closed from 30th July to 15th August 2018 between the hours of 9am to 4:30pm and 7pm to midnight; completion will be dependent upon weather conditions.

A420 Park Lane, Chippenham; from its junction with A420 Marshfield Road to its junction with A420 New Road.

A420 New Road, Chippenham; from its junction with A420 Park Lane to its junction with A420 Marshfield Road.

A420 Marshfield Road, Chippenham; from its junction with A420 Park Lane to its junction with A420 New Road.

A420 Ivy Lane (Part), Chippenham; from its junction with A420 New Road to its junction with A4 Bridge Centre.

This is to enable Tarmac to carry out carriageway reconstruction, resurfacing, ironworks adjustments and road markings.

Alternative route: via A4 – A350 – B4158 and vice versa.

Access will be maintained for residents and businesses where possible, although delays are likely due to the nature of the works.

For further information please contact Warren Jones (Atkins) on 01225 730 360 (Ref: TTRO 5429)

Do You Suffer From Low Back Pain?

You may have seen in the media recently that "The Lancet" (a medical publication) have called on medical professionals worldwide to stop offering ineffective and potentially harmful treatments to patients for low back pain. Research shows that people with low back pain are being harmed by an over-reliance on scans, surgery and opioid prescriptions, and could be more effectively treated by advice on self-management and less-invasive physical and psychological therapies.

In the UK, the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) have produced extensive guidance that recommends manual therapy as part of an overall package of care for those with low back pain. They also recommend exercise, self-management and psychological support which osteopaths routinely provide.

The most common reason for a patient to visit an osteopath is for low back pain. It accounts for almost half of our workload, and we pride ourselves on offering care which is tailored to the individual.

If low back pain is affecting you please don’t suffer, give us a call on 01249 659749, or book an appointment using our online booking service.

Osteopathy Research

There is increasing interest in the provision of osteopathy from the public at large, from the NHS and from government. Osteopathy is currently used by some 13% of the population in the United Kingdom. The following document is a summary of research into osteopathy as of 2013. Research into the benefits of osteopathy is ongoing, and we shall publish results as they become available.

What Is Osteopathy? What Is The Evidence? Is It Safe?