Osteopathy is a system of manual diagnosis and treatment used for a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions. It is based on the principle that the well-being of a person is dependent on the body’s muscles, ligaments, skeleton and connective tissue working in harmony. It uses the philosophy that in order for an individual to function well, then the underlying structures need to be working well together and therefore looks to restore balance and function where dysfunction exists.
YOU ARE IN SAFE HANDS
Osteopathy is a safe and effective form of Primary Healthcare that is protected by statue and is regulated in the UK. All Osteopaths must be registered with the General Osteoapthic Council (GOsC) which promotes high standards of care and monitors the profession. All osteopaths have undertaken a 4 or 5 year degree course, attained a Bachelors or Masters degree and will have done a minimum of 1000 clinic hours prior to qualifying to register with GOsC.
WHAT DO OSTEOPATHS DO?
Osteopaths use a variety of techniques including palpation; articulation; manipulation; METs, Trigger Points and soft-tissue massage to enhance the blood and nerve supply to tissues, thereby supporting the body’s own healing mechanisms. Osteopathy is effective for those seeking immediate care and is beneficial for those wishing to invest in long-term health and preventative solutions.
WHO AND WHAT DO OSTEOPATHS TREAT?
Osteopathy is suitable for almost everyone including the young, adults, older people, manual workers, office professionals, pregnant women and sports people. Osteopaths are renowned for their expertise in treating back pain but treat all areas of the body. We have a patient centred approach, treating the whole rather than the part.
Patients seek treatment for a wide variety of conditions, including but not restricted to:
- lower back pain
- neck pain
- muscle spasms
- joint aches and pains
- trapped nerves
- sports injuries
- repetitive strain injury
- arthritic pain
- joint and muscle pains in pregnancy
|Initial consultation||60 minutes||£50|
|Follow-on appointments||40 minutes||£40|
Concessionary rate for Emergency Services Staff (proof of employment required)
|Initial consultation||60 minutes||£45|
|Follow-on appointments||40 minutes||£35|
Children (under 11 years of age)
|Initial consultation||60 minutes||£30|
|Follow-on appointments||40 minutes||£25|
|Pack of 3 treatments including initial consultation||60/40 minutes||£115 (a saving of £15)|
|Pack of 3 maintenance treatments||40 minutes||£110 (a saving of £10)|