The fastest way to book an appointment is to call our reception on 01865 236353. If you need to reach us out of hours you can send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Central Oxford Osteopathy is conveniently located in the heart of Oxford. Our address is 116 Abingdon Road, Oxford, OX1 4PZ.
From Cornmarket, cross the river at Folly Bridge and you’ll find us overlooking the University playing fields and boathouses, just before Hinksey Park.
We can also come to you… Home visits are available in and around Oxford, on request.
Central Oxford Osteopathy is next to Hinksey Park, on the Abingdon Road – the main road into Oxford from the South.
We are only a mile from Oxford’s southern ring road and 1.5 miles from the A34, connecting us to Didcot, Abingdon, Bicester and beyond.
Parking nearby includes the following:
Hinksey Park car park (<1 min walk; entrance on the Abingdon Road) – 40+ Pay & Display parking bays (currently 80p/hour by Ringo location #3914 or cash – note, exact money required)
Edith Road (<1 min walk; our nearest side street) - 4 x 1hr free parking bays
Newton Road (1 min walk; next to Londis) – 2 x 1hr free parking bays
Whitehouse Road (7 min walk; approaching St Ebbe’s School) – 30 x 2hr free parking bays
Lake Street and the other side roads south of Hinksey Park currently have no parking restrictions
As you might expect given our name, Central Oxford Osteopathy’s convenient city centre location means we enjoy excellent public transport connections.
A number of bus services stop on the Abingdon Road, within a minute’s walk of our clinic, including direct buses from Oxford Railway Station.
We are a short connecting bus ride, or a 20 minute walk, from Redbridge Park & Ride.
We welcome cyclists and have bike racks on site at the clinic. If you have time to take the scenic route then we are surrounded by beautiful bike and walking trails.
Try walking from the Westgate Shopping Centre or the Botley Road and Osney Island, via Grandpont Nature Reserve. Or from Iffley Village or Donnington Bridge along the Thames tow path…