• Osteopathy is an established system of diagnosis and manual treatment, which is recognised by the British Medical Association.

    For the last 60 years osteopaths have worked within a system of voluntary regulation that set standards of training and practice.
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  • Your First Visit

    On your first visit to the Clinic of Natural Medicine you will be required to fill in a consultation form where a full medical history will be taken. This will be discussed and then you will be given an examination.
    For this you will be asked to remove some of your clothing and to perform a series simple of movements. Also your posture and asymmetry will be checked. The Osteopath will then use a highly developed sense of touch, called palpation, to identify the origins of your problem. This may be followed by Clinical and Orthopaedic tests if necessary.

    The results of the examination will then be discussed with you, as well as the diagnosis and a treatment plan. Occasionally further tests may be required e.g. x-rays or blood tests to confirm a diagnosis.

    Normally you will also be treated on your first visit, if you cannot be treated advice will be given on what to do next. Following your treatment advice a may be given regarding ice treatment, posture, ergonomics, stretching and exercise. Osteopathy is patient centred, which means the treatment is geared to you as an individual.

    Appointments

    To make an appointment please fill in the form below.  You will then be contacted shortly after with confirmation of your booking.

    Alternatively you can call the clinic direct on 01332 663 342.

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    Contact Details

    © 2009 Clinic of Natural Medicine
    Simon P. Robinson BSc (Hons) - Registered Osteopath
    652 Nottingham Road,
    Chaddesden,
    Derby,
    DE21 6SX

    t: 01332 663 342
    info@osteopath-derby.co.uk