Are you in pain?
We can help you feel better
How we can help you
We are reopening for Osteopathy!
We are now open for osteopathic treatments again. Over the past couple of weeks we have got everything in place to get ourselves ready to treat again, such as removing soft furnishings as much as we can, sourcing suitable PPE, learning about how to thoroughly disinfect and clean our rooms, and putting our office systems in place to ensure patients get the best possible experience when they come to see us, despite all the new changes.
The safety of our practitioners and our patients is paramount to us. Therefore we will be working on reduced hours, with large gaps between patients to ensure the rooms can be thoroughly cleaned and sanitised.
We will be running a priority list, and patients will be booked in as they appear on the list. Please contact us as soon as possible it you wish to go on this list and we will organise a treatment for you as quickly as we can.
We can be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone on 01625 502782. However please be aware that there are currently no receptionists working, so it may take a bit longer than usual to get back to you.
We realise that you may be worried or anxious about coming back to see us. We are always happy to talk through with you what our hygiene measures are, so please get in touch if you want a chat.
Are you fed up of being in pain? Fed up of taking pills to ease the pain? Do you just want to move better, feel better and enjoy life again?
Here at The Therapy Rooms we just love to help people, so let’s see if we can help you back to better health!
Osteopaths are trained to find the source of your pain, not just treat the symptoms.We take time to talk to you, understand your problems and work out how to help you. Then we provide you with a great treatment plan to get you feeling better as quickly as possible.
Everyone is different, so we take into account your lifestyle, your medical history, any previous accidents or injuries and any sports or activities you like to do, so we can build up a picture of you as a unique individual.
Elizabeth Curphey is the specialist osteopath at The Therapy Rooms and she has been treating patients for nearly 20 years. She loves looking after all ages, sizes, shapes, and is the only local osteopath to have specific training to treat babies and children.
This is what some of her patients have to say:
First class service. Elizabeth is amazing. Put me at ease straight away explained everything that was wrong and what she was doing to sort it out. Definitely recommend!! (Andy 7 March 2019)
How I felt before treatment- frustrated and felt like trying this (osteopathy) was the last resort before giving up breast feeding. Feeding was painful and although Ellen was gaining weight, I was very unhappy.
After treatment- Ellen’s latch has vastly improved, she is opening her mouth wide and moving towards me chin first. I no longer wince when I know she is due a feed. I am really glad I was persistent in my quest for pain free feeding. Thank you. (Pip, April 2019)
Not sure if osteopathy is right for you? Elizabeth offers a no obligation 10 minute telephone consultation where you can chat through your symptoms and concerns and together you can decide if you will benefit from treatment with her. Our friendly receptions team are available to arrange a ring back, or book an appointment on 01625 502782 or email us using the contact form below.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does it cost?
First visit £60 lasting 45-60 minutes, ongoing visits £45. If you require a longer second treatment (usually 45 minutes) cost is £50
Who do you treat?
I treat anyone who is wanting to get better, invest in looking after themselves and wants ideas and techniques to keep themselves well.
Do I have to be referred by my GP?
No you can simply call our receptionists and they will book you in at a time to suit you.
Will treatment hurt?
Sometimes if I am working on muscles in spasm you may feel a bit of tenderness, but I always tell my patients they should let me know if they are in any discomfort and I will adapt the treatment accordingly.
Can I bring someone with me?
Do I have to get undressed?
I usually ask patients to take their outer layer of clothing off so I can properly examine them and find out what is causing their problems. It is fine to wear shorts/ thin leggings or a vest top if you would like to.
How many treatments will I need?
This is often a difficult question to answer the first time I see anyone, so usually by the second visit it is easier to know as I can see how the patient has felt after the treatment and what difference it has made to their symptoms.