Sally came from a background of Sports medicine, went into teaching and decided to re train as an Osteopath having seen personally just how good it can be in transforming the health and well-being of an individual.
If you’re unsure on the right solution for you, Osteopathy may be the way forward.
Sally is a successful Osteopath with a large proportion of her patients coming to her through word of mouth. She has patients who travel from as far away as Bath, Winchester, and Southampton as well as the local communities around Frome and neighbouring Wiltshire.
Sally’s rapport with her patients is very good with the vast majority returning to her for follow on treatment or after a period of time where no treatment has been required. Sally’s patients trust her judgement and appreciate her openness in dealing with them sympathetically. She will always be honest about her ability to treat a specific condition and will acknowledge when there is a need to refer her patients on, to a either a specialist, GP or hospital.
Sally has a history of seeing patients with a wide variety of conditions and from many backgrounds. She has initiated many consultant referrals, which have resulted in interventions or surgery when required. As Sally’s patient you would be a priority whilst you are in her care. Your immediate and long-term health would be her number one goal and in so doing she will strive to attain the very best outcome for you as her patient. In order to do this Sally is constantly up dating her knowledge and skills through advanced post graduate professional development courses.
At Frome Osteopathic Clinic, we are prepared to address your issues and outline a program that will be suitable just for you. Take a look at our list of treatments.
For a full list of the symptoms treatable by Osteopathy, please visit the treatments page.
Private MRI & Ultrasound with referrals either to a consultant, or your GP.
Therapeutic taping technique offering patients the support they are looking for.
Osteopathy is a patient-centred, system of healthcare. A first appointment generally lasts about 45 minutes to an hour to allow the osteopath adequate time to assess and diagnose your condition. Any follow up appointment is half an hour.
A free assessment is available for those who are unsure if Osteopathy can help. A half hour appointment where a full case history of medical information will be taken and a full assessment with orthopaedic testing to ascertain what is wrong will be carried out. Sally, the Osteopath, will then explain your diagnosis and recommend a treatment plan should osteopathy be the way forward.
A second half hour appointment will then be booked where treatment will be provided. The cost after for this second half hour is £55.00, as per a new patient, as the case history has already been completed.