Our clinic is fully open and helping patients
Treatments are suspended at the Harpenden Injury Clinic, but I'm available in person at Harpenden Sports 'n' Spinal. Our practice has been adapted to keep you safe.

In addition, you now have the option to book appointments through our new online booking system - it's quick and convenient.

We look forward to seeing you soon.


Harpenden Injury Clinic
A friendly, professional osteopathic clinic specialising in gait analysis, orthotics and sport injuries.

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Welcome to the Harpenden Injury Clinic

At the Harpenden Injury Clinic my goal is improve your condition as quickly and effectively as possible. I will do this by looking at your body as a whole in order to get to the root cause of your symptoms. You can expect a friendly welcome along with the highest standards of healthcare and professionalism.

More about why I’m passionate at helping you….

If you’re in pain or want advice on sport injuries or gait analysis take a look.
For a video on Gaitscan and how it works click here

I want to thank you for all your efforts. I have you to thank in a major way for enabling me to run the London Marathon yesterday. A few years ago with the pain I was in with my shins, I never thought it would be possible. It was an incredible day, one I will always remember. Kevin

Following a neck injury sustained several years ago, regular osteopathic treatments have been invaluable in helping me to maintain flexibility and remain pain free. Regular maintenance allows me to continue playing the sports that are important to me and to pursue an active lifestyle. Louise

Maintenance treatments help me during times when I am doing a lot of running. Areas that are beginning to tighten can be identified and treated before they get too tight causing injury. I can also then focus on them when stretching to keep me fit to train. Sarah




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