Paul has a keen interest in treating:
- Dance injuries
- Post surgical rehabilitation
- Traumatic injuries
Mondays & Thursdays (same day appointments often available).
His appointment times are
10:00 AM (Thursdays only), 10:45 AM, 11:30 AM, 12:15 PM, 1:00 PM, 3:15 PM, 4:00 PM, 4:45 PM, 5:30 PM, 6:15 PM.
Paul recommends that you book a 90 minute session for adults first visit & babies.
- 45 mins – £90
- 90 mins – £180
Please bring the exact amount in cash. Receipts are available.
To book an appointment
- email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- phone: 07939205927
About Paul Kyte
Paul graduated from the British School of Osteopathy and has been practicing at Natureworks since 1998. Paul has a Post Graduate Diploma in Pediatric Osteopathy treating all aspects of pregnancy for women and the newborn. He uses both cranial and structural techniques
He is extremely experienced in treating babies, children and pregnant women. He worked and tutored at the Osteopathic Centre for Children for 7 years, as well as working in the Birth Unit of St John and Elizabeth’s Hospital with Dr Yehudi Gordon for 2 years.
Paul specialises in the treatment of dynamic movement injuries. He uses a combination of osteopathic techniques – cranial and structural treatments/manipulation where appropriate.
“For some patients I offer a quick fix, other patients I act as a support whilst they are going through a difficult time. Others use me to facilitate their progress in their chosen profession. For the new born who may have had a difficult birth, I offer a warm safe pair of hands to help reduce the stress and trauma, encouraging the mother and baby to feel calm and reassured – breathing, feeding and sleeping well.” – Paul Kyte
Osteopaths don’t Just Treat Backs
Osteopathy is a safe and natural approach to health care. The main emphasis is on the structural integrity of the body. Osteopaths have a highly developed sense of touch and use their hands to investigate the underlying causes of pain and dysfunction. Working on the physical frame can also help the emotional, mental and spiritual aspects of the person to balance.
What does it involve and how does it work ?
The Osteopath will take a thorough medical case history after which he will conduct a physical examination, which may involve clinical tests. This will help the osteopath to establish the cause of the symptoms/dysfunction. Cranial osteopathic treatment involves using gentle pressure to assess the body’s areas of restriction and motion.
Health is expressed as motion and the osteopath will release the restriction (physical or emotional) allowing the body to function as a ‘whole’. A feeling of connectedness and wellbeing commences.
“Fine hands combined with great knowledge and skill. He has certainly helped me and my injured ankle” – Jeff Lennard, Zero Balancing Therapist
“Without saying a word, Paul gently talks to your body and coaxes it back into comfort and realignment. From my injured ankle to jet lag, he has helped me in more ways than one and for this I am most grateful” – Jade Luca, Energy Bodywork Therapist
You will be able to book your appointments online, once you have created an account on Mindbody. It only takes a couple of moments.
If you later wish to cancel or reschedule an appointment – log in and go to My Info then My Schedule then Click Cancel. Remember the 24 hour cancellation policy.