Osteopath Harley Street, London

Stephen Sacks is a leading osteopath who practises in Harley Street and Highgate, North London.

Stephen specialises in all aspects of osteopathy, acupuncture, dry needling and electrotherapy. He treats all conditions, from back and knee pain to headaches and throat problems.

Stephen is registered with the General Osteopathic Council and The British Osteopathic Association and is a member of The British Medical Acupuncture Society and the International Myopain Society.

Can Help With

We also offer treatments for neck pain, arthritic pain, sinus problems, biomechanical problems, digestive problems, slipped discs, repetetive stress injury, sports injuries, joint pain, posture, stiffness, whiplash and sciatica. Please get in touch to find out more.

FAQs about Osteopathy

Where can I come visit you for Osteopathy in London?

You can visit at Consulting Rooms, 104 Harley St, Marylebone, London W1G 7JD
OR Pond Square Health Clinic, 18A Pond Square, London, N6 6BA.

How much does treatment cost and how many treatments may I need?

Costs (as of 02.2020) are £110 in Harley Street and £65 in Highgate.

Is it an osteopath or chiropractor that I need?

This is a matter of patient choice. Clearly, a biased approach recommends osteopathy.

Can I claim on my private medical insurance?

Most insurance companies are accepted. AXA PPP is not accepted. BUPA is more readily accepted in Highgate due to their charge caps. Please speak to reception re: BUPA.

Can I see an osteopath through the NHS?

There are some hospitals in London that have access to osteopathy as part of there MSK pathways.

How long do osteopathic appointments usually last?

Half an hour is usually the norm and sufficient.

What can I expect on my first visit to an osteopath?

A thorough history, diagnosis and treatment will happen at the first consultation.

What do osteopaths treat?

Though commonly thought to treat bones or the spine, the scope of what an osteopath treats is diverse and spans conditions.

Is osteopathy safe during pregnancy?

Yes. An osteopath will be careful and considered will all conditions. It must be remembered that pregnancy is physiological and not pathological! With pregnancy and the changes that it brings to the body, the process can be made easier and more comfortable.

Are you regulated?

Yes, an osteopath has to be regulated by the General Osteopathic Council. My registration number is 6966.