COVID-19 Practice info

Dear Patients,

We are now open and taking appointment for Osteopathy treatments. I want to reassure you that here at Your Osteopathy practice, I adhere to the Osteopathic Institute recommendation for infection control in line with government guidelines regarding the COVID-19 virus. I take this situation seriously and follow the precautions to protect the patients who are in urgent need of treatment.

For your safety, I undertook Osteopathic practice risk assessment, developed a new COVID-19 infection control policy. For that reason, I adapted our practice. When you contact me, please be patient. I ask you a few additional questions about your health problems and existing underlying conditions before booking an appointment. According to the clinical guidelines, I must screen for the suitability of the treatment. That depends on your existing medical situation and health problem, and I will use my professional clinical judgment to determine whether you are safe to treat. Not all of the patients will be safe to treat at this stage, so please excuse me if this is the case. We, however, advise what to do next and recommend the next available options for you. Following the guidelines, I increased the gap between appointment times, so there is no one waiting and gathering of patients at the reception when you come in. We recommend when you arrive early to remain in the car until the time of your appointment. Please also we encourage you to bring your mask.

If you have more questions about how the practice operates, please contact me. 

Boris at Your Osteopathy


Helsby Practice now Open

Your Osteopathy and Structural Integration Helsby Practice is now open! We are ready to treat people from Helsby and other surrounding areas. If you have muscle aches, strains, sciatica, low back pain, neck and shoulder pains or carry a sports injury we are the right people to talk to. Please call us to discuss how we can help you!

Why running, hoping and jumping is good for you!

People commonly believe that type of exercise like running, jumping or hoping involves execsive jarring, pounding of the joints and bones and should be avoided. I heard numerous times people saying that they stopped doing these activities because they were scarred of doing damage to the joints and bones.  The evidence tells us something different. It has been shown that regular weight bearing-high impact exercise such running, jumping or hoping may improve the bone mass. So why it is good to have increased bone mass? Lets give example; in older female population there is natural decrease in bone mass after menopause. When you have better bone mass  before menopause your bones will be much stronger and even when some bone density decreases (which is innevitable) they may still be strong enough. So regular high impact exercise in younger age may be considered as natural way of reducing chances of having weaker bones in older age! However high impact exercise may not be for everyone. People with history of joint problems and weak bones should consult their physician before  undertaking high impact exercise.

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Open: Tuesday 8am-8pm
Friday 8am-4pm

Call 0151 924 7238

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Open: Monday to Saturday
By Appointment only

Call: 07707351977

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Boris Gaspar

Boris Gaspar Osteopath in Crosby, Prescot, Runcorn and Chester

Registered Osteopath


Let us start helping you with your musculoskeletal problem now – contact us today
or call 07707351977 for free advice about osteopathic treatments for your ailment.YourOsteopathy serves throughout Liverpool and Merseyside with locations in Crosby,Prescot and Helsby.