The Oving Clinic
tel: 01243 773167
Open: 9AM-6PM
Tuesday: 9AM-9PM


The most common reason for absenteeism from work is musculoskeletal pain. Our 12-point plan looks at how businesses can address this issue through analysis, ergonomics, treatment, fitness and stress management.

We have a wealth of experience in this area (British Gas, the Hampshire Police Force, Railtrack, IBM, Transco and South West Trains).

Our team of experienced and qualified practitioners offers an extensive selection of skills, treatments and therapies. This enables us to cross-refer and treat not only the physical aspects of the patient, but also the psychological and social.

Companies can choose some or all of the services in this programme. Patients are treated at our clinic or treatment rooms can be set up at the workplace either on a temporary or permanent basis. Qualified instructors can be provided to teach classes during the lunch hour or after work.

We liaise closely with all parties; the employee, the employer, physicians and other members of the Occupational Health Team including personnel and the employee’s GP.


  1. Diagnosis of musculoskeletal problems with specialist back up.
  2. Identifying any intrinsic or exrinsic factors that might influence the employee’s recovery.
  3. Treatment for patients with particular or acute problems.
  4. Low cost, high tech investigations and streamlined referrals to appropriate surgical specialists.
  5. A phased return to work, or specific treatment that enables the employee to continue at work (i.e. with support and modified activities/work schedule).
  6. Assessment of all/key employees for musculoskeletal risk factors.
  7. Specific fitness programmes for high risk employees.
  8. Advice on preventative measures and educating employees regarding their weaknesses in order to promote ‘self help’.
  9. Advice on ergonomics (including statutory requirements).
  10. Supply postural/musculoskeletal aids.
  11. Stress management can be provided in light of the new legislation on stress-related disorders.
  12. Preparation of medico-legal reports.


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