What We Treat

Typical conditions treated include:

  • Fibromyalgia
  • Postural problems
  • Sports injuries
  • Back pain (inc pregnancy back pain)
  • Neuralgia
  • Neck Pain
  • Pain & stiffness associated with Arthritis
  • Back pain including back pain in pregnancy
  • Frozen or stiff shoulders
  • plus many other conditions


About Mark Bussetti

Mark Bussetti has been involved in the Health and Fitness Industry for over 20 years and practised as a Sports Therapist for 14 years prior to becoming an Osteopath. Qualifications include a Masters in Osteopathy; BA Hons in Sports Studies; Sports Therapy and Sports Massage qualifications. Mark continues to teach anatomy and sports related courses in addition to being a therapist. He also delivers manual handling training, DSE assessments and therapy related onsite services to leading industry organisations.

Amersham Osteopath Clinic

Clinic & Fees 

Mark works from the following clinics:

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Lloyds Wellbeing Centre, Lime Street
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Unity Gym, Beaconsfield
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Home & Corporate On Site Visits
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osteopathyOsteopathy specialises in the diagnosis, management, treatment and prevention of musculoskeletal and other related disorders. It is primarily a hands on manual therapy which utilises a range of treatment techniques.


Sports Massage

osteoAlthough the title suggests sports massage is aimed at the active sportsperson it is not exclusive to this group. Sports massage can help everybody as we all experience at some time or other tired or overworked muscles which need some manual therapy to help them work optimally. So whilst sports massage may benefit the athlete in returning to sports from injury, reducing injury risk or trying to maintain optimal conditioning for performance it can be equally beneficial to the non sportsperson.


Supportive Therapies

These include Dry Needling (Western Medical Acupuncture), Kinesiology Taping, Ultrasound and Corrective Exercise Therapy.




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