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Christian Bates BSc (Hons) Ost Med, DO, ND

Osteopath & Naturopath

Christian has been qualified as an osteopath and naturopath since 1997. Immediately after Christian graduated from the British College of Naturopathy and Osteopathy he was invited back to be an osteopathic technique lecturer which he did for 3 years.

Since then Christian has studied a number of other modalities and treatment methods to give a holistic, integrated treatment approach. These include cranial osteopathy, SCENAR therapy, kinesiology and Advanced Nutritional assessment using an EAV machine.

In 2008 Christian founded The Perrymount Clinic which has continuously gone from strength to strength helping 100’s of people every week with natural health.

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From his naturopathic perspective Christian can provide patients with a range of techniques and advice to improve their health in the best way possible. For example, a frozen shoulder treatment might include osteopathic treatment, nutritional advice, hydrotherapy and exercises.

Christian also sees many babies and children using the gentle cranial osteopathy techniques and also dietary advice for mother and baby when necessary.

Christian is the author of Calming Colic: How to help the 10 causes of colic which is available for download from www.happybabyexpert.com/pdf along with 6 other e-books he has written to give baby and mother help. These are all free to download to mums that bring their baby for treatment at The Perrymount.

Christian has written these to provide much needed help to new mums and their baby, especially when they are not local to The Perrymount. In fact these have been downloaded by mothers in this Country and abroad.

In 2013 Christian won the prestigious CAM practitioner of the year award for “Outstanding Contribution to the Community”. This was based on his help of babies and mothers out of The Perrymount Clinic and his research into colic which led to the writing of Calming Colic.

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To read more about Christian’s treatments click the links below

Christian is at The Perrymount at these times

Monday - 8.30 am - 6.00 pm
Tuesday - 8.30 am - 6.00 pm
Wednesday - 9.30 am - 1.00 pm
Thursday - 8.30 am - 6.00 pm

Osteopathy 30 minutes - £55

Avatar consultation £110

Avatar follow up - £75

Testimonials for Christian's treatment

I just wanted to say Thank you so much for frankly - improving my life!! It may sound over-dramatic but having been diagnosed with SPD at 17 weeks pregnant I was in a tremendous amount of pain and was being told to prepare myself for crutches if not worseMrs T
On recommendation we came to see Christian with a view to trying anything that may help. After one session, dietary advice and added supplements and vitamins my daughter had improved greatly. The night terrors stopped instantlyMrs M
I had two sessions of Cranial Osteopathy and Christian recommended I start taking a pro-biotic, Culturelle, which I did immediately. The difference in Nathaniel was noticeable within 24 hoursMrs A
My baby was born premature and every since he was 3 weeks old he's had reflux, colic, an intolerance to dairy & he didnt sleep for more than an hr at a time, when he was 8 months old I made an appointment with Christian (in desperation) 4 appointments later my baby is a calm happy smiley baby who now sleeps through the night his reflux is a lot betterMrs R
I have seen Christian with all my babies, he has helped them over come colic and sleeping difficulties. I am currently seeing him for my son who has glue ear, wish I had done this ages ago as he has helped considerablyMrs P
I just wanted to say a huge thank you to Christian for helping my son. William was 13 weeks when I took him to see Christian as he was very fussy and unsettled from 4pm each day. He didn't want to be put down at all and would scream and be sick if he was. He also had been favouring one side when sleeping which had resulted in his skull becoming flat on one side. After one session with Christian William was back to his happy selfMrs H, Haywards Heath