The Pain Clinic, based in Wheatley, Oxfordshire, was named as UK Practice of the Year 2019 Finalist, after being nominated by patients and shortlisted by the Institute of Osteopathy.
Danielle Pain founded The Pain Clinic in 2013 and has been helping people across the UK ever since. Whether it's by online consultation, treating TV and theatre stars on location, working trackside with Olympic athletes, or in our Oxfordshire clinic, The Pain Clinic takes pride in helping their patients to move better, feel better and become stronger.
The Pain Clinic offers:
Osteopathy & Sports Injuries, Sports Massage, Medical Acupuncture, Pregnancy & Postnatal Care, 1-2-1 Strength Training and Online Training.
We are looking to expand our team of healthcare professionals to be based in our Wheatley clinic. We are looking to nurture our team and for any of our clinicians who are interested, we offer a scheme whereby we will support the opening of an additional clinic, in an agreed location, for our team member to manage and become the principal osteopath.
We are looking for someone enthusiastic, driven and hardworking, to join our busy clinic. Starting as a part-time position for 3 days a week for a 3-6 month period, we are looking to provide a full time, employed position for the right candidate after this time.
If you are currently a self employed osteopath, looking to become an employed member of a friendly clinic, we would love to hear from you. We feel that the probation period is just as valuable for our team as it is for our owners, as it gives you peace of mind that you can experience The Pain Clinic and make sure it's the right place for you.
Once employed, you will be entitled to holiday pay, a basic salary and incentivised bonuses.
Osteopathic treatment - manual therapy, exercise prescription and health advice
Helping with the administration and running of the clinic
Actively helping to grow your existing client base, promoting social media marketing and helping with other marketing and networking events.
Cleaning of the clinic between patients and at the end of each day
(An interest in strength and conditioning is preferable, but not essential)