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We provide a holistic approach to healthcare supporting the body’s ability to restore health on each individual journey.

Osteopaths believe that the body is naturally self-healing & self-correcting, given the right environment. We often take the body’s innate healing capacity for granted.

If we think about what happens when we sprain a joint. It swells up and is acutely painful, protecting the body from over using it, which changes how we use the muscles/joint around the injury. The body alters the blood supply and nerve supply to the injury and the healing slowly progresses and normal function is resumed. So the body has naturally healed itself well.


But what happens when the body can’t complete its journey back to full health? We often find we get stuck in recurrent patterns of dysfunction and pain. It is the job of an osteopath to understand what has gone wrong and why, and to use their hands to support the body’s natural self-healing and to overcome its dysfunction. If balance is achieved in babies and children then this encourages optimal health for a lifetime.

Rubina Ali Osteopath

Rubina Ali

Rubina is a fully qualified osteopath (B Ost Med) with postgraduate diplomas in Classical and Cranial osteopathy. She is a member of the GOsC and Institute of Osteopathy (iO). 

Before moving to Manchester, Rubina owned a clinic in north London, taught osteopathic technique at the British School of Osteopathy and an academy in Poland. She has since enjoyed working as an associate at clinics in Cheshire and teaching Biomedicine at the College of Naturopathic Medicine.


Rubina's approach encompasses a combination of structural, classical and cranial osteopathy, tailored to each individual respecting their uniqueness.


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BSc(Hons) Osteopathic Medicine


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