Lee Clarke Osteopath – Liskeard & Saltash – Open for face to face appointments

Following guidance and legislation from the Institute of Osteopathy and Public Health England, the practice is open for hands-on treatment.

The world has changed following the coronavirus outbreak and so have my appointments. To reduce the risk to patients and myself I have introduced:

Screening: Each patient is screened before their appointment to confirm if they are displaying any symptoms of the virus.

Enhanced sanitisation: All door handles, taps and contact surfaces are cleaned with medical grade, anti-viral disinfectant following every appointment.

Personal Protective Equipment: The English and Welsh governments have now removed the requirement for face masks in healthcare settings unless there is a known COVID infection or exposure to bodily fluids. If you choose to wear a mask for your appointment, I will happily join you in doing so.

I’m passionate about working with people who suffer from muscle and joint complaints. My aim is to reduce pain, improve mobility and enhance my patients overall health and wellbeing.

I treat each person as an individual, and don’t only focus upon the symptoms, but also consider how other structures may have influenced each complaint, locating the source of each condition. My aim is to diagnose, manually treat and provide you with an understanding of your condition. In addition I supply a home exercise plan, working alongside you to achieve your treatment goals, in as few visits as possible.

An individualised, non-invasive treatment approach

I tailor individual treatment and rehabilitation plans, which are developed after gaining an understanding of you and in consideration of your; occupation, hobbies, posture, mobility, general health, medical history and any previous injuries/surgeries.

Treatment encompasses a wide range of hands-on, manual techniques which are discussed and professionally administered. I provide expert advice and treatment for a wide range of conditions, including:

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You’re in safe hands. (I’m registered)

You do not need a GP referral to visit an osteopath. Osteopathy is a regulated profession and osteopaths are recognised within the NHS as Allied Health Professionals.

As an osteopath, I underwent degree level science and clinical training. I’m registered with the General Osteopathic Council, a member of The Institute of Osteopathy and I’m fully insured.

I regularly undertake Continued Professional Development, maintaining and enhancing my professional knowledge.

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