Welcome to Sage Osteopathic Clinic

Jonathan Sage. BSc (Hons) Ost Med, DO, ND. BCNO 1998.
Postgrad Dip’ in Osteopathy for Animals (Equine & Canine) ESO 2006.

Sage Osteopathic Clinic was established in 1998. Jonathan prides himself on his honest approach to patient care. He has gained a reputation for clearly explaining the underlying causes of his patients’ presentations of symptoms, such as pain and stiffness and having taught anatomy for 8 years to degree level can communicate this information to his patients. He is highly skilled in the application of the appropriate osteopathic techniques for a multitude of problems causing symptoms. At the Sage Clinic individuals are treated according to their needs, this may be that symptoms are resolved within one or two treatments or alternatively it maybe felt appropriate and with discussion, recommended that the patient attends on a regular basis to maintain good health and prevent recurrences of symptoms. We offer sessions from £45 for up to 40 mins.

Harry Hampson (M.ost) joined the clinic in the summer of 2018

Harry treats all conditions aiming to understand the body’s reaction to pain.
He qualified from Swansea University in 2018. Originally from Derby, he moved up to Glasgow.

“My interest in osteopathy originated after being treated by an osteopath myself and this has maintained since. I enjoy treating all conditions and aiming to understand the body’s reaction to pain as well as investigating why the pain arose in the first place. As part of my degree, I reviewed the research on the conservative management of tendinopathy (tendon pain). This has enhanced my ability to combine both hands-on treatment and rehabilitative exercises to ensure the best outcomes. My interests include long distance cycling, sea swimming, and traveling.”

As part of his university clinical placement, Harry worked within an NHS referral scheme working with NHS doctors, physiotherapists, and orthopaedic consultants in treating patients with persistent pain. He also experienced the benefits of osteopathy on the quality of life of persistent pain conditions.

 

Experienced Osteopathic Practitioner

Expert Assessment of Patients Presentation

Safe Treatment to Reduce Symptoms

Our Locations

Inverkip. Burnside, 54 Main Street, PA16 0AS 

Monday to Friday 

10AM – 6PM 

Evening appointments available on request

Killearn, Lumsdaine Halls, 13 Balfron Road, G63 9NN

Thursday mornings (other days also available)

9AM – 1PM

Evening appointments available on request. Call 07971795970