Ebrook Osteopathy and Sports Clinic has been helping people connect with amazing healthcare practitioners since 2014.

Our aim is to help you feel comfortable to move your body and live life to the fullest, free from pain.

Our clinic has two easily accessible locations, in Lichfield and Sutton Coldfield, both with on site car parking and effortless online booking.

If you call, our friendly admin team will be happy to give you more information and help you begin your journey to better health.


Gentle and effective, osteopaths are able to diagnose, treat and prevent problems originating in the muscles or joints of a person’s body. Joint manipulation, soft tissue massage and rehabilitation exercises are used to achieve the best results for patients choosing osteopathy.

Sports Massage

Whether you’re a professional athlete trying to prevent injuries, or just looking to ease tired or tight muscles then a sports massage can help. Regular massage can help to promote circulation and muscle health, increase speed and endurance when exercising, and alleviate muscle pain.

Cranial Osteopathy

The gentlest form of osteopathic treatment; perfect for babies and small children. A gentle release of joints and muscles.

Medical Acupuncture

Medical Acupuncture Service

Used in the management of chronic pain conditions, fine acupuncture needles are inserted into the muscles for both therapy and prevention of pain. A modern treatment, recommended by NICE for patients with tension headaches and migraines.

Sutton Coldfield

Our Sutton Coldfield clinic is our original and largest clinical site in the Midlands. Located in the historic heart of Sutton Coldfield town centre, our clinic welcomes patients to use the free on-site parking to make their trip to the clinic ultimately convenient. Well connected by local bus routes, our clinic is also less than a 5 minute stroll from Sutton Coldfield train station. Easily accessed from surrounding areas, including Little Aston, Four Oaks and Birmingham City Centre, our Sutton Coldfield clinic attracts patients from all over the West Midlands.

The Sutton Coldfield clinic is located in one of the oldest buildings in Sutton Coldfield, which was lovingly restored by our team when they relocated their services from Boldmere in 2018.


On the edge of the city centre, and conveniently located close to the A38, our Lichfield clinic can be found in the residential area of Streethay. The clinic occupies the former Anchor Pub, and benefits from extensive on-site parking, which is free for our patients to use. The Lichfield clinic is a short walk from Lichfield Trent Valley railway station, for those looking to arrive by public transport.

The clinic has been beautifully renovated, and is a pleasure to use for the local residents of Lichfield, and nearby areas of Barton, Alrewas, Fradley, Longdon and Whittington. Our team of Osteopaths and Sports Therapists are so excited to be able to extend our services to the people of South Staffordshire.

Patient Reviews

“Wonderful, welcoming practice; Emily is very knowledgeable and has aided my recovery.  I’ve decreased my medication from 1800mg to 300mg per day.” – Sandra Darvoren, Finance

“Ebrook Osteopathy has made a tremendous difference to my pain levels, not only helping me to manage my condition but also bring about much needed improvements. I would be lost without them!” – Caroline Higgs, Communications Manager

“In just six weeks I have lost a stone in weight and 24cm! I feel so much better, less sluggish and more energised. Thank you Michelle for inspiring me!” – Margaret Tyrell, Professional

“Emily provides a brilliant service during my regular appointments to the clinic. The service provided is friendly, professional and I always look forward to my appointments as it enables me to continue running pain free.” – Gemma Sidaway, Royal Sutton Coldfield Athletics Club

“A great variety of exercises to improve my overall fitness levels. The dietary advice is really helpful, and Mat is very encouraging. I would highly recommend!” – Michael Lyons, Director of Operations, Hospitality

Osteopathy is a treatment modality for problems arising in muscles and joints. It is complimentary to main-stream medicine, and involves the physical manipulation of muscles and joints, and instructing patients in rehabilitation exercises.

Osteopathy was recognised as an Allied Health Profession by the NHS in 2017; meaning that Osteopaths are held the same high professional standard as other treatment modalities including physiotherapy.

Osteopaths are expected to work towards evidence based treatment plans, that follow the guidelines of care set by their regulator, the General Osteopathic Council, and the National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE).

Intelligent Treatment

Our practitioners are experts in their field – finding the science in physical therapy and putting it at the forefront of their patient’s treatment plans. It is our aim to create a lasting change for our patients – and this requires a unique multifaceted approach that blends the best of both physiotherapy exercises and osteopathic hands-on treatment.

Osteopaths understand the body has the capacity to repair itself, and by working with this mechanism they are able to ensure a patient experiences long term symptom relief, rather than just a temporary fix.

Going from strength to strength

Many problems with our joints and muscles come from our modern lifestyles where certain muscle groups can become tight or weak. In order to rehabilitate our patients effectively and ensure their pain does not recur our practitioners biomechanically assess their patient’s posture and movements.

Our practitioners can then specifically select from hundreds of stretches and strengthening exercises for each individual using our TrackActive database to complement their treatment plan. Patients can then access their unique exercise plan using the TrackActive mobile app to log their progress.

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