South Brent Osteopath Practice covering Ashburton, Buckfastleigh, Ivybridge, Newton Abbot, Totnes, Kingsbridge, Modbury,
Dartmouth, Dartmoor, Torbay and the South Hams
Your first appointment will last up to an hour and will
include a detailed case history, examination and
diagnosis. Once the diagnosis has been made and
discussed with you, then a course of treatment can
be made.

Osteopath's work with their hands.There are a
variety of techniques I use including muscle stretching,
deep massage, joint mobilisation and manipulation.

See below to find out what to expect

£50 for your initial consultation, £44 thereafter.

Please allow 1hr for your first visit and ½ hr for
subsequent treatments.

Heath Insurance

Most insurance companies will fund osteopathic treatment including Aviva, AXA-PPP Healthcare and Simply Health.

Patients of any age can be treated by the osteopath who will start with a detailed case history to find out about your current condition. You will also be asked questions about your general medical history and lifestyle.

A careful examination is made of the symptomatic area as well as an assessment of the way your body functions as a whole.

Once a diagnosis is made this will be discussed with you. If necessary, the osteopath may need to refer you for further investigation such as x-rays, scans or blood tests. A proposal of what treatment is necessary will then be provided.

Treatment involves a mixture of massage and stretching techniques and occasional gentle manipulations. Techniques used are tailored to the individual. Most patients find treatment comfortable and pleasant.

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