Osteopathy in Alderley Edge and Heaton Moor

Tracey Adlem

International Institute of Sports Therapy Diploma.


Tracey has a wealth of experience in a variety of different therapies since qualifying in 2001.


She has continued to train in various aspects of therapy, specialising in Hot Stone, Swedish and Sports massage. She will also be introducing reflexology into the clinic from mid October .


Along side her specialist areas she also practices Beauty Therapy including the following:


. Nails


. Waxing


. Eye Treatments


. Facials and Microdermabrasion


​See Fees page for costs.


Deep Tissue

Sports Massage


Sports massage is primarily concerned with rehabilitation and injury prevention

enabling increased levels of sporting performance or functional fitness for all.

It works by affecting the muscle fibres to lengthen and promote optimum tone allowing more efficiency and greater joint movement. The increased blood flow produced by massage also prevents the likelihood of injury and reduces recovery time if injury occurs.


​Sports massage is appropriate for all and treats a wide variety of muscular-skeletal and soft tissue related conditions. Patients include elite athletes, recreational runners, weekend footballers, office workers and Mums and Dads and musicians to name a few.


Treatments last up to 45 minutes and some areas can be uncomfortable when being massaged but you will be asked throughout if you are in discomfort and whether you are happy to proceed.



Reflexology, Facials, Manicures and

​other beauty treatments available.