Welcome To Hove Osteopathic Clinic
We will put you first and do what we can to help you to the fullest extent possible. This includes honest free advice if you have anything you are not sure about.
Why live with Pain?
At Hove Osteopathic Clinic we believe that too many people live with pain that do not have to, as most problems can be easily solved.
Our goal is to relieve your pain and get you on the move to enjoy the fullness of life again.
We are pleased to say we are open and back to a new normal. Our team will see you in PPE, following industry guidelines. Cleaning at the clinic has also increased, meaning all clinic surfaces (i.e. couch) are being disinfected between appointments.
WE ARE ASKING FOR ALL CLIENTS TO WEAR A FACE MASK/COVERING TO APPOINTMENTS. We are selling face masks for £1.50. Please arrive no more than 5 mins before your appointment and attend alone where ever possible. You are welcome to wait for your appointment in the front garden if weather permits.
These changes are in place to keep both you and our team safe and will be reviewed in accordance with government guidance.
MORE ABOUT US
We will put you first and do what we can to help you to the fullest extent possible.
This includes honest free advice if you have anything you are not sure about. We will not not seeing you more than is necessary or refer you on to someone else if we think they can help you recover quicker or are more appropriate to help you.
Osteopathy is not just about treating symptoms. Osteopaths are trained to seek out and treat the underlying cause of the pain and can thus also help to prevent future recurrences. The causes could be due to a recent injury, postural strains, stress or an underlying disease. We also help guide patients into a better self care regime by advising on lifestyle, diet and exercise.
What is Osteopathy?
Osteopathy is a system of manual medicine that diagnoses, treats and helps to prevent problems arising within the musculoskeletal system. This includes assessing and treating faults in joints….
Your First Visit
The initial consultation and treatment will last approximately 1 hour. This will involve a detailed case history, which will include any previous medical history such as any serious illnesses.