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The osteopathic treatment room is located within Thames Valley Athletics Centre (TVAC), Pococks Lane, Eton, SL4 6 HN; bordering Datchet, Windsor and Slough.
Thames Valley Athletics Centre has a large free car park and disabled access.
I am open seven days a week; offering morning, daytime, evening and weekend appointments.
Monday: 8am – 9pm
Tuesday: 6pm – 9pm
Wednesday: 8am – 9pm
Thursday: 8am – 9pm
Friday: 6pm – 9pm
Saturday: 10am – 4pm
Sunday: 10am – 4pm
I’ve treated patients from various locations surrounding Eton including; Windsor, Slough, Eton Wick, Datchet, Maidenhead, Old Windsor, Langley, Iver, Farnham Common, Farnham Royal, Burnham, Wraysbury, Richings Park, Colnbrook, Staines, Dorney, Uxbridge, Wexham, Stoke Poges and areas further afield.
I treat patients from all walks of life including; children, office/manual workers, sportsmen/women and the elderly. My treatments are tailored to each individual’s needs, in consideration of their symptoms, lifestyle and medical history.
Patients come to see me with numerus types of joint, muscle and nerve presentations. I diagnose and treat a wide range of conditions including; types of headaches, migraines, shoulder pain, arthritis, sciatica, back pain, frozen shoulder, tennis elbow, neck pain and sports injuries.
Appointments are pre-bookable, I have an online booking system where you can choose a convenient date and time or text, WhatsApp, e-mail or call me. If I don’t answer/reply immediately, I’m probably treating a patient, I make every effort to return messages and calls promptly. I do offer same day appointments, please contact me to arrange a time.
New patient appointments take approximately 1 hour, if required follow-up appointments last around 40 minutes.
New patient appointments are charged at £60, any additional follow-up treatments are £50. Payment can be made in cash or by bank transfer.
I meet my patients in the athletics centre reception area and show them through to my treatment room. We then sit down and have a conversation surrounding the patients occupation, lifestyle, symptoms and medical history, this enables me to consider predisposing and maintaining factors and what joints, muscles and nerves may be causing their symptoms.
All appointments are strictly confidential and patient personal information is encrypted and stored within a state-of-the art, professional medical application; ‘Cliniko’ in line with General Data Protection Regulations GDPR.
Following the initial conversation, I perform an examination; observing joint movements and conduct orthopaedic tests. These result in a diagnosis and treatment plan which are explained. Hands-on treatment is then carried out; with feedback between myself and the patient making sure they are comfortable. Patients are then taken through a home exercise/rehabilitation plan, which helps to speed-up the healing process.
If you are currently taking any medication or have imaging or medical reports following; x-rays, CT or MRI scans please bring the medication list and/or images/reports to your appointment.
Patients are requested to ideally dress down to their underwear or whatever clothing they are comfortable to wear for an examination. This allows the practitioner to accurately assess posture and joint movements.
Each patient and their presentation are unique. On average I see patients for around 3 treatments. I commonly rebook patients for follow-up sessions with the understanding; if they feel better they can contact me to cancel their appointment. I aim to get my patients back to health in as few visits as possible.
The appointment begins with a short discussion surrounding how things have progressed since the previous appointment, followed by an examination, treatment and any further lifestyle/exercise implementations.