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The Carlton Clinic

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Welcome to The Carlton Clinic

At the Carlton Clinic, our multidisciplinary team specialises in Osteopathy, Sports and Deep Tissue Massage, Physiotherapy, Foot Health Care, Acupuncture and several other therapies

You can find us at one of our two clinics based in Horley and Crawley. We are well known in the local area for combining high-quality practitioner skills and excellent facilities.

Our predominant therapy, Osteopathy, is available six days a week, and although busy, we strive to have emergency on-the-day appointments for those patients in need. Our other therapies and services are available at allocated times each week, according to practitioner availability.

Take a look at the treatments that we offer below.

The Carlton Clinic Reception

How can we help you?

Find out more about how we can help you by clicking on the affected area on the body maps below.

  • Head

  • Shoulder

  • Elbow

  • Hand and wrist

  • Hips

  • Knee

  • Foot and ankle

  • Neck

  • Thoracic spine and ribs

  • Lower back

Head

Headaches, migraines, tinnitus, vertigo, trigeminal neuralgia and TMJ.

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Shoulder

Rotator cuff tears, frozen shoulder, subacromial impingement and sports injuries.

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Elbow

Tennis elbow, golfers elbow, ligament injuries and bursitis.

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Hand and wrist

Carpal tunnel syndrome and tendon disorders (Depuytren’s contracture)

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Hips

Trochanteric bursitis, arthritis, tendinopathies and muscle strains.

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Knees

Ligament injuries, meniscal injuries, muscle and tendon strains, arthritis and Osgood Schlatters Syndrome.

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Foot and ankle

Plantar fasciitis, achilles injury, ligament sprains, shin splints and arthritis

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Neck

Whiplash, facet joint, muscle strain and disc injury.

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Thoracic spine and ribs

Muscle strain, facet joint, rib pain and chest/sternal pain ( costochondritis)

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Lower Back

Muscle strain, facet joint, disc injury and sciatica and piriformis spasm.

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Treatments & services

Image of osteopath treating a woman's shoulder

Osteopathy

A form of non-invasive manual therapy that treats the musculoskeletal framework of the body, to positively affect the natural function of multiple systems, which may be causing a wide range of symptoms.

Baby receiving cranial osteopathy

Cranial Osteopathy

A form of non-invasive manual therapy that treats the musculoskeletal framework of the body, to positively affect the natural function of multiple systems, which may be causing a wide range of symptoms.

Image of sports therapist treating a calf muscle

Sports Massage & Therapy

A form of non-invasive manual therapy that treats the musculoskeletal framework of the body, to positively affect the natural function of multiple systems, which may be causing a wide range of symptoms.

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Hypnotherapy

Meet the team at the Carlton Clinic

The clinic was originally established in 1985 and was taken over in 2016 by Mother and Daughter team – Osteopath Justine Robinson, and Clinic Director Mo Robinson. Since 1985 the clinic has built up a reputation for high quality, patient-orientated care, with successful treatments covering a wide range of problems.

Our friendly and knowledgeable reception staff are available to assist you with any queries you may have regarding which therapy or practitioner would best suit you and your presenting complaint.

Read the latest on our blog

Find out more about how osteopathy can help you manage and prevent injury and pain.

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS) is an issue that causes pain and other symptoms in the shoulder and arm. It occurs when there is compression of blood vessels, nerves, or both. The compression happens at the thoracic outlet, which is a small space near where the collar...

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Infant Colic and Osteopathy

Infant Colic and Osteopathy

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The Pelvic Floor and its Significance

The Pelvic Floor and its Significance

The pelvic floor is not something that should only concern women in pregnancy and post partum. Everyone has a pelvic floor, and its role extends beyond bladder and bowel function. Pelvic floor dysfunction can have a link to lower back pain. What is the Pelvic Floor?...

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