We treat all ages and a wide variety of complaints. Click here for some general information on the specific problems that Osteopathy can help with.
As we are a teaching clinic our rates are roughly half those of commercial Osteopaths, hence you may want to consider visiting our clinic if you have no previous experience of visiting an Osteopath. If you aren’t at all clear what ‘Osteopathy’ is then please click here for an explanation.
You don’t need a referral from a doctor to see us and if you want an idea of what might happen when you visit us for the first time then please click here.
We operate a baby and child clinic on Thursday mornings and we also have evening appointments on three nights a week for those with work commitments.
If you would prefer to see one of our student practitioners or tutors of the same sex then we can accommodate you, however please let us know when you book your appointment.
We are open during most college and school holidays. Our patients range from teenagers with sporting injuries to senior people with longer term complaints. Many of our patients find Osteopathy gives relief to ongoing back problems and we also see many people with issues like arthritis. Osteopathic treatment can’t cure arthritis, and it depends on the severity of the wear and tear, but treatment and advice can often help ease the symptoms.
We have wheelchair access to our clinic and we’ll happily come out and help you if you need assistance getting from you car. Please call us on 0208 394 3154 if that is the case.
We have a large free car park which was extensively modernised in 2018. There are plenty of spaces, it is well-lit and secured with CCTV.
We also have an accessible toilet and baby changing facilities in the clinic.
If you have any concerns or specific issues you’d like to discuss then please call us on 0208 394 3154 or email firstname.lastname@example.org