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Osteopathy

David Melrose

Times:

Monday - Thursday at Aston Clinic in New Malden

*Cigna Recognised Provider*

FREE 10 MINUTE CONSULTATION BY REQUEST FOR NEW PATIENTS AT NEW MALDEN

Fortnightly on Wednesdays: 1.30pm - 3.30pm at Bolsover Street, Central London


Prices:

 

NEW MALDEN

Initial Consultation (40 minutes) £73

Follow-Up (20 minutes) £68

Double appointments (40 minutes) £105

 

BOLSOVER STREET

Initial Consultation (40 minutes) £173

Follow Up  (20 minutes) £147 

Double (40 minutes) £205

 

Karen Schafer

Times:

Friday 2pm - 6pm (Including Reduced Clinic)

Tuesday 10am - 2pm


Prices:

Initial Consultation (30 minutes) £40

Follow Up (30 minutes) £35 

Laurie Melrose-Doering

Times:

AT NEW MALDEN

Tuesday 9am - 6pm

Wednesday 9am - 6pm

Friday 8am - 12pm

 

AT BOLSOVER STREET

Every Thursday 10am - 12pm


Prices:

NEW MALDEN

Initial Consultation (1 Hour) £63

Follow Up (30 Minutes) £53

Follow Up (45 Minutes) £79

Home Visits from £110 (subject to location)

 

BOLSOVER STREET

Initial Consultation (40 minutes) £173

Follow Up  (20 minutes) £147

Double (40 minutes) £205

Anne Mamok

Times:

Tuesday 9:30am - 6:30pm
Wednesday 9:30am - 6:30pm
Thursday 9:30am - 6:30pm


Prices:

Initial Consultation (1 hour) £95

Follow up (45 mins) £90
Follow up (1 hour) £110
Reduced follow up consultations for babies and long term patients (30 minutes) £63

Osteopathy is an established complementary therapy that aims to improve health across all body systems by manipulating & strengthening the musculoskeletal framework.

Osteopathy recognises that much of the pain and disability we endure stems from abnormalities in the function of body structure, as well as damage caused to it by diseases.
Not only does Osteopathy rely on many of the diagnostic procedures involved in standard medical assessment and diagnosis, it, uniquely, assesses the patient mechanically, functionally and posturally in order to devise a treatment tailored to the individual. 
Osteopathy is safe and effective, aiming to promote the health of people through the use of manual therapy, exercise and health advice. It not only looks at the physical symptoms but at the wider picture, including lifestyle, attitudes, general health, and medical history. Osteopathy is therefore a patient-centred, not condition-centred, approach.

Osteopaths are highly-trained healthcare professionals, regulated by law and recognised as one of the Allied Health Professions by NHS England. Osteopathy is suitable for all ages, from babies to the elderly.

What Could Osteopathy Help With?

  • Generalised Aches & Pain
  • Neck & Back Pain
  • Hip, Knee, Foot/Ankle, Shoulder, Elbow, Hand/Wrist Pain
  • Frozen Shoulder
  • Headaches & Migraines
  • Disc Injuries (Including Sciatica)
  • Arthritic/Rheumatic Pain
  • Sports Injuries
  • Stress Related Disorders
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Neuralgia
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Muscle Spasms/Cramps
  • Circulatory Problems
  • Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction (SPD) & Pregnancy Issues

Whatever your pain, the skilled diagnostic and therapeutic techniques of osteopathy often allow you a speedy return to normal activity. If you have had the pain for a long time and other forms of treatment have not helped, osteopathic treatment, with its patient-centred approach, may be beneficial, although it may require time and patience. The Osteopath will look at how your whole body functions and so be able to reduce strain on the painful area caused by mechanical problems elsewhere.
There are times when your Osteopath may recommend parallel care. Osteopaths frequently work in close co-operation with your doctor.

Why Osteopathy?

Osteopaths help to reduce tissue inflammation as well as diagnose and treat subtle dysfunction in the nervous system that can cause hidden problems in muscle function and other aspects of the body that can be hard to uncover by other health professionals not trained to do so. By uncovering these significant underlying causes of pain and dysfunction Osteopaths are often able to restore normal health and function.
Much long-term, recurrent pain is caused by degenerative changes.

A recent survey conducted by the General Osteopathic Council, the body that regulates Osteopaths, found that 96% of respondents were satisfied or very satisfied with their osteopathic care, and over 50% reported an improvement in their symptoms one week after their first consultation.
This report from the
 Institute of Osteopathy brings together existing research around the patient experience, clinical effectiveness and safety of osteopathic practice. 

​We Offer Reduced Clinic Prices For NHS Staff On A Friday With Karen Schafer (Osteopath) 

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David Melrose - Osteopath, Applied Kinesiologist & Herbalist

David Melrose is in full time practice, and sees around 80 to 100 patients per week. He qualified as a Medical Herbalist in 1979, and then from the European College of Osteopathy in 1980. He is fully insured and has had specialist recognition with PPP Healthcare, AXA, Simply Health, Prudential and BUPA since 1998 & now with Cigna

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Karen Schafer - Osteopath

Karen qualified in 2005 from the Surrey Institute of Osteopathic Medicine (formerly the John Wernam College of Classical Osteopathy). She is also registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) and fully insured through the British Osteopathic Association.

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Laurie Melrose-Doering - Osteopath

Laurie qualified from the European School of Osteopathy, with a Master of Osteopathy degree. His training included various osteopathic techniques and approaches such as structural, visceral and cranial osteopathic techniques that he uses to help his patients.

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Anne Mamok - Cranial Osteopath

Anne graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 1984 and went on to run her own clinic, The Tideswell Clinic in Putney until 2009. She then joined the Aston Clinic.

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