New location - We moved just across the road on the 16th November 2020.
Most people's first view of osteopathy is that it involves "hands on" treatment. In reality, this is only a portion of what Osteopaths do to assist with managing muscleskeletal health issues.
Educating you about your condition, identifying contributing factors from your lifestyle, as well as instigating a structured and tailored exercise program, are some of the most important things osteopaths do.
This areas of osteopathy put you in much more control of your own recovery. Research has shown that outcomes can, in fact, be better through online consultation, due to the empowering tools that can be delivered during each consultation.
Please check our dedicated page TeleHealth for Osteopathy to explain more on how it works, what to expect, cost, how to set up and other common questions you might have.
It’s advisable to arrive a little early for your first appointment, as you may need to fill out additional paperwork including an ‘informed consent’ form. We have prepared this information to familiarise you with our registration process and help ensure a smooth and worry-free first visit to our clinic on your scheduled appointment day. Please arrive 5 minutes earlier if it is your first appointment.
During Covid-19, To ensure safety and that everything flows smoothly at your arrival, please arrive at the time of your appointment, be mindful of the social distancing requirements when entering the reception area. Please wait outside, once you have checked in. We will provide extra seats outside next to the front the door.
Daily clothing, as a gown will be offered during treatment. You are welcome to wear our freshly clean gown if needed. As an option you are welcome to come to your appointment wearing ‘stretchy’ material clothing (gym or fitness type of gear), preferable long shorts or pants.
*Cash is not accepted during Covid-19 period.