Osteopathic manual medicine is a type of complementary healthcare and can be used alongside conventional healthcare. Osteopathy is a registered profession in the UK. Almost anyone can benefit from osteopathic treatment. Including children, pregnant mums, elite athletes and the elderly. By taking your health screen and case history. Then by using our diagnostic skills we also know when we shouldn’t treat. And when we need to refer you on. Or share the management of your condition with other Health Professionals.
Osteopathy primarily consists of gentle hands on treatment. Involving joint mobilisation & manipulation. The use of varying hand pressure on joints, muscles, fascia and underlying body tissues. Many Osteopaths if clinically indicated, may also use or offer a range of therapy techniques. From disciplines such as physical therapy, cranial sacral therapy, acupuncture or rehab. All treatments need your continuous consent to be used on you. Osteopaths will also give advice on diet and lifestyle factors to help you manage your condition. And improve your overall health and well being.
Loose comfortable clothing. Some items of clothing may be removed to allow closer examination of painful area(s) and diagnostic tests.
Please have a large clean Bath Towel. A clean Face Mask. And a small Pillow. Because the Covid-19 Pandemic remains a concern the practitioner will wear appropriate PPE. Practitioners are also fully vaccinated in accordance with ministry of public health advice.
Please check if your health insurance provider will reimburse you for osteopathy. We will assist you with any additional paper work, which you need to send to them. Upfront fees 600 Ryal per patient – Cash Only. 60 TO 75 minute consultation & treatment. Flexible times to suit you. Including evenings & weekends. Home, Townhouse, Apartment, Yacht, Office & Hotel Visits.
Please raise any concerns about your experience with the practitioner immediately. Your feedback is very important to us. And we endeavour to resolve any issues at the earliest possible point.