Nescot College is home to the Surrey Institute of Osteopathic Medicine (SIOM), which runs an on-campus treatment clinic staffed by third and fourth year students, supported by tutors.
The clinic is fully equipped with the latest diagnostic technology and treatment facilities and a survey commissioned by the General Osteopathic Council found very high levels of satisfaction reported by clients receiving treatment at Nescot.
Prices are extremely competitive and SIOM's unique commitment to teaching all different disciplines of osteopathic treatment means that you can be assured of being offered the best approach for your treatment plan. There is also free parking available to all patients.
We treat more than just bad backs! Most musculoskeletal conditions are suitable for treatment, these include:
- Low Back Pain / Strain
- Neck Pain / Strain
- The Symptoms of Arthritis
- Sports Injuries
- Repetitive Strain Injury
- Frozen Shoulder
- Symptoms resulting from road traffic accidents
- Many Pregnancy related conditions
- Work related postural problems
- Many childhood problems or problems arising from birth traumas
To book and appointment please contact: 020 8394 3154 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sports Injury Clinic: Wed PM & Fri AM
9.30am to 8pm
Adults, Infants & Children
*Opening times may vary outside term times. ** Infants and Children (if parent/guardian in receipt of benefits) , Retired, Unemployed, Student with ID, Disability Allowance, Nescot Staff
What is osteopathy?
Osteopathy is a system of diagnosis and treatment that lays its main emphasis on the structural integrity of the body. It is distinctive in the way that it recognises that much of the pain and disability we suffer stems from abnormalities in the function and mobility of the body structure. Osteopaths work with their hands using a wide variety of treatment techniques. These may include soft tissue techniques, passive joint mobilisation, or manipulative techniques employed to improve joint mobility. We also utilise a range of gentle release techniques which are used for treatment of children and the elderly.
What can I expect when I visit the teaching clinic?
When you visit the teaching clinic for the first time your student practitioner will ask detailed questions regarding your presenting complaint and general health, prior to a thorough examination. You will normally be asked to remove some of your clothing before being asked to perform some simple movements. You may request to be treated by a practitioner of the same sex.
The student osteopath will use many of the diagnostic procedures used in conventional medicine. The body’s tissues will also be assessed with the use of a highly developed sense of touch (palpation). These procedures will identify and points of weakness or excessive strain in the tissues of the body. If necessary the treatment team may request further diagnostic tests, e.g. X-rays or MRIs prior to making their diagnosis.
Following this thorough structural evaluation, a holistic treatment plan will be developed and discussed with you, according to your individual needs. Finally, if appropriate, treatment will commence. If you are currently taking any medication or have in your possession recent medical images, please bring these with you to the consultation.
How to find us
SIOM is located within Nescot College, on the Reigate Road in Ewell (A254). Turn off at Junction 8 of the M25, or if coming from the A3 turn off at Tolworth Junction. There is ample parking on site. We are five minutes’ walk from Ewell East Train Station.