Organisation Name
Chew Valley Osteo and Therapies Practice

A team of therapists providing treatments from Head to Toe both on a physical and emotional level with a strong belief in working for the best interests of their patients. Drawing on each other's experience, the professional yet reassuringly engaging staff enjoy providing the community with a support system of complementary therapies which can relieve and treat almost any ailment.

Set in the heart of the beautiful Chew Valley, the Therapies offered here are all highly effective on their own, or in combination with other complementary therapies, as well as with conventional medical treatments. The dedicated staff firmly believe that the best treatments derive from an holistic approach and so take great pride in being able to care for all their patients' needs.

Organisation Type
Private Business
Alternative names
Osteopaths - Belinda EyersBelinda Eyers - Therapist
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Personal Health Services
Bristol Bath and North East Somerset
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MondayFrom 09:00To 13:00
TuesdayFrom 09:00To 13:00
WednesdayFrom 09:00To 20:00Closed 1pm - 2pm
ThursdayFrom 09:00To 13:00
FridayVariable Times

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Unit 2c Fairseat Workshops
Address 2
Stoke Hill
Chew Stoke
Bath & North East Somerset
BS40 8XF

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