Freya Baskeyfield

osteopath

Buckingham | Shefford | Milton Keynes

What is

Osteopathy?

A conservative therapy for muscles, joints, and nerves

Osteopathy is a hands-on therapy that utilises joint movement and massage techniques to muscles to improve function and reduce discomfort. Osteopaths are primary healthcare practitioners, meaning you do not need a GP’s referral to make your first appointment. We will take your case history and examine you to find your diagnosis, providing treatment and a plan of action in your first session.

Freya has a special interest in osteoarthritis, aiming to inform, treat, and provide long term management strategies to patients suffering with the condition. An arthritis diagnosis does not have to mean waiting for the joint to progress to the point of needing surgery. Read more about osteoarthritis here.

We accept some forms of private health insurance. Please let the clinic know which insurer you intend to claim through before your appointment.

Locations

Buckingham

Freya is the Principal Osteopath at the Little Buckingham Clinic. Find us in the centre of town, next to WH Smith. You can book online through the LBC website.

Shefford

Book online for appointments at Shefford Osteopathic Clinic here.

Milton Keynes South

Call 01908 604 666 to make an appointment at the Blackberry Clinic.

Milton Keynes Central

Online bookings for FORM Osteopathy are available here.

I took to Freya immediately at our first meeting. She achieves her goals by suggestion rather than dictate. I will have no hesitation in coming back to Freya should the need arise.

A. Matthews

Osteopath and writer/illustrator

Freya Baskeyfield M.Ost

Freya graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 2016, having undertaken antenatal and advanced spinal manipulation modules. She worked in the Manchester area for three years, developing a special interest in osteoarthritis. Since moving back to Buckinghamshire, she has researched, illustrated, and written over 300 blog posts for other osteopaths alongside clinical work.

Blog posts and exercises

further reading

Understanding the cause of your pain is associated with better outcomes. I write about conditions patients commonly present with on the blog.

I prescribe exercises for my patients to continue their progress at home. If you’re looking for them, click here.

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