What is Osteopathy?
Osteopathy is an established, recognised medical discipline, which uses it’s unique skills in diagnosis and treatment, for problems related to altered mechanics, function and posture.
Osteopathy uses it’s detailed knowledge and understanding of the structure and function of the human body to identify faults which may have occurred by injury or mechanical stress.
This allows the osteopath to not only treat the symptoms but the underlying cause of the complaint.
Osteopathy uses a combination of osteopathic soft tissue massage, joint mobilising and manipulation to treat a number of conditions. Stretching, strengthening or mobility exercises may also be prescribed as well as advice on posture, diet, ergonomics and lifestyle.
Associate Osteopath Fees
£50 Initial Consultation – (45-60 minutes)
£40 Follow up Treatments – (30 minutes)
Principle Osteopath Fees
£60 Initial Consultation – (45-60 minutes)
£45 Follow up Treatments – (30 minutes)
Consultations and treatments by appointment only
Payments are made at the end of each treatment session or consultation. We accept cash, cheque, debit or credit card.
Our Secure iZettle Reader takes chip, swipe and contactless payments from all major credit cards, as well as payments through Samsung Pay, Apple Pay and Android Pay.
We are recognised by all major insurance companies and we may bill directly some insurances, including Bupa and Cigna, if you provide us the following details prior to your first consultation:
Your name, address and date of birth
Insurance policy or membership number
Pre-authorisation number for treatment
Number of treatments authorised