Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation

The stresses and strains of daily life can cause pain, stiffness and immobility. This may be the result of repetitive strains of daily work, postural weaknesses, prolonged computer use, driving, sports injuries, trauma, pregnancy, or even following an operation. This...

Cranial Osteopathy

Cranial Osteopathy can be very gentle, working with the soft tissue layers throughout the whole body. Our cranial osteopath Lisa Harris has a specialist interest in babies and children which led her to obtaining the postgraduate British School of Osteopathy’s...

Is pain a catastrophe?

One of the issues as an osteopath we can be presented with is a pain response known as ‘catastrophizing’. This is a situation in which a patient can fear the worst outcomes of their pain and start to develop fear avoidance patterns with their daily activities...

What to expect on your first visit to us

When arriving at the Harrison Clinic, you will be met in reception, where we will register you with our clinic. Children and babies are very welcome at our clinic and we are very used to having them around. You will be offered drinks and invited to make yourself...

Core Strength

Core Strength is the key to efficient pain free function. Our core muscles form a cylinder of muscle around your lower back and your abdomen. They comprise of your diaphragm, on top of the cylinder, your pelvic floor which forms the underneath of the cylinder and a...