Who we are

Solihull Osteopathic Practice started in 2006, originally as Jeremy James & Associates, before evolving into the current Solihull Osteopathic Practice. The practice’s team of osteopaths include Farah Khan, Jenny Black, Sarah Statham, Sam Hodges and Jeremy James who are committed to help relieve pain and improve the quality of life for their patients.

Our commitment

At Solihull Osteopathic Practice we aim to offer quality, professional and dedicated support to address individual concerns to help people achieve optimal health. Using a range of osteopathic techniques and a holistic approach to wellbeing, we strive to provide the best suited treatment for each patient’s needs and offer advice in a friendly and safe environment. As a member of the Institute of Osteopathy and registered members of the General Osteopathic Council, our professional, skilled osteopaths show a continual commitment towards advancing their knowledge in the field and improving patient experiences.

We consistently strive to improve on our excellent standards of osteopathic care. We work together as a team to create an environment of trust throughout the entire patient experience. We are passionate about our work and enable our patients to have a positive experience of working towards recovery.

The Solihull Osteopathic Practice community

Community is an important part of the practice at Solihull Osteopathic Practice. Since 2012 we have been proud to sponsor Ebony Wake, a very talented local Pentathlete who is part of the under 20s’ GB athletics squad. Every month Ebony attends the practice for preventative treatment, and from 2012 she has improved year by year in 100m hurdles, shotput, javelin, high jump, long jump, 200 and 800 metres, breaking PB after PB in her latest season. We’re sure that Ebony is one to watch for a future GB medal and are delighted to support her in her journey to get there.

Since 2016, Jeremy has worked with Paralympic high jumper Jonathan Broom-Edwards. After realising that he was eligible for Paralympic competitions after the 2012 London Paralympics, Jonathan appeared in his first major international competition in July 2013, competing in the IPC World Championships in Lyon in July 2013, attaining a Silver Medal. In September 2016, after overcoming a number of injury issues, Jonathan secured a Silver medal at his Paralympics debut in Rio de Janeiro. Jeremy works with Jonathan on a monthly basis, helping to unwind his body after a heavy training block.

We also sponsor the Rob Owen Squash Academy and Chris Ryder Squash Junior Academy, providing preventative treatment for local players. The clubs have been set up to help young players, aspiring professionals and established world ranked players achieve their goals. All the players are very grateful to our sponsorship and a regular session at the practice has become an integral part of their training programme.


training programme

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