What to expect visiting an osteopath

Adults

 
"The treatment was wonderful. Chris is very informative, kind and totally professional"

Osteopathy for adults will involve and initial consultationYour first visit to see the osteopath will last up to an hour. A full medical history will be taken and important information about your lifestyle will be discussed. You will also be asked about your symptoms and factors that affect them.

You will normally be asked to remove some of your clothes so that a detailed physical examination can take place. This includes looking at your posture and the way you move.

Once a diagnosis has been reached, a treatment plan will be developed with you. Osteopathy is patient-centred, meaning the treatment is geared towards you as an individual.

Osteopathy for babies and young children

Babies and children


"Thank you so much for all you have done for our little boy. He is a different baby! We will be recommending you to all new mums!"

Your child's first appointment with the osteopath will last up to an hour. A full medical history will be taken and important information about your pregnancy and the birth itself will also be discussed.

You will normally be asked to undress your child down to his or her nappy or underwear so that a detailed physical examination can take place.

Once a diagnosis has been reached, a treatment plan will be developed with you.

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