Hart Clinic on the Green
Our philosophy to treating patients is to utilise a holistic approach. Instead of just addressing short term issues, we will look at your lifestyle, your health and your muscles to assess your condition and attempt to solve the root of the problem. Our treatments are designed to address the problem whilst also focusing on preventative care and long-term solutions. This means we use hands-on treatment, work on postural improvements and prescribe home exercises. If a more comprehensive exercise programme is required or you simply enjoy these forms of exercise, we have Pilates, Yoga and Core Conditioning classes available at the clinic.
James Dewey is the owner and principal osteopath of Hart Clinic on the Green. After many years running a successful practice in the city of York, he has returned home to Hampshire.
During his spare time James enjoys regular swimming, cycling, yoga and playing for a local 5 a side football team.
Fully qualified in Osteopathic Medicine, Sports massage, Medical acupuncture and Personal training, for 15 years he has been treating a wide range of patients, presenting with a variety of injuries, ailments and musculoskeletal problems.
Highly skilled in providing effective treatment, utilising a variety of techniques such as, joint manipulation and mobilisation, deep tissue massage, muscle stretching, medical acupuncture, posture correction and specific rehabilitation exercises, his patient-centred approach is dynamic and designed to bring about an early resolution to an individual’s condition. In addition, James works alongside highly professional Pilates and Yoga instructors.
James, like all Registered Osteopaths are regulated by GOsC – the governing body of UK Osteopaths, which has strict codes of ethics and professional conduct.
To learn more or to book your first appointment please contact James on 01252 447765 m: 07786 921817 or e:firstname.lastname@example.org
I am a long-term sports fanatic and still regularly play hockey for Alton Mens 1st XI, as well as enjoying water skiing, snowboarding and mountain biking. I believe that sport and being physically active (no matter what shape or form that takes) is really important for our mental and physical well-being. I have seen from personal experience, and from friends and family, the huge impact massage therapy can have. Sports massage allows individuals to keep their body functioning at its optimal level, whether they are 25 or 85!
Level 5 BTEC Professional Diploma in Soft Tissue Therapy from London School of Sports Massage (one of the highest levels of clinical massage therapy available in the UK)
BSc Honour degree in Sports Science/Leisure management from Brunel University
PGCE Secondary: Physical Education
Director/Founder of successful swim school
20 years’ teaching and coaching experience