"We look at the body in health as meaning perfection and harmony, not in one part, but in the whole".

Andrew Taylor Still

Founder of Osteopathy 1874

About Our Osteopath

Mrs Emma Lewis M.Ost

Emma graduated with her masters degree from Swansea University. She developed a keen interest in osteopathy through the love of sport. Alongside private practice at The Therapy Rooms in Pembroke Dock, Emma also treats in care homes including Bangeston Hall Autistic Services and Parkhouse Court Nursing Home. 

Emma has a special interest in treating pregnancy related problems, chronic pain as well as back pain and headaches. 

What is Osteopathy?


Osteopathy is a system of diagnosis and treatment for a wide range of medical conditions. It works with the structure and function of the body, and is based on the principle that the well-being of an individual depends on the skeleton, muscles, ligaments and connective tissues functioning smoothly together.

Who and What do Osteopaths treat?


Osteopaths regularly see patients of all ages, as well as manual workers, professionals, pregnant women, elite athletes and children. 
Patients often seek osteopathic treatment for the following conditions:
-Arthritic pain
-Circulatory problems
-Digestion problems
-Frozen shoulder/ shoulder and elbow pain/ tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis) arising from associated musculoskeletal conditions of the back and neck, but not isolated occurrences
-Headache arising from the neck (cervicogenic)
-Joint pains
-Joint pains including hip and knee pain from osteoarthritis as an adjunct to core OA treatments and exercise
-General, acute & chronic backache, back pain (not arising from injury or accident)
-Generalised aches and pains
-Migraine prevention
-Minor sports injuries
-Muscle spasms
-Tension and inability to relax
-Rheumatic pain
-Uncomplicated mechanical neck pain

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What is Osteopathy? 

Dr Steve Sandler, PhD, DO 

British School of Osteopathy


Dr Steve Sandler explains where Osteopathy originated and the concepts of the profession.