AFFORDABLE OSTEOPATHY FOR EWELL, EPSOM, SUTTON & CHEAM.
Back Pain - Neck Pain - Sciatica - Frozen Shoulder
WELCOME TO THE ICOM CLINIC AT NESCOT, EWELL.
To book an appointment call 020 8394 3154 or e-mail email@example.com
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About The Clinic
Nescot's new clinic opened in September 2016, offering excellent facilities to students on our four-year degree programme. The clinic is open to the public every day, with evening clinics two times a week as well as specialist Mother and Baby Clinics. We also run a one-day a week clinic at Kingston University (click here for details).
Treatments are carried out by senior students, supervised by experienced osteopaths. Patients can book appointments directly, and do not need a referral from a GP.
Our charges are approximately half those of a commercial clinic, and because of our size our waiting lists are much shorter.
Osteopathy is a way of diagnosing, treating and preventing health problems through looking at the way the body’s muscles, bones and tissues move. Many people use osteopathy as a way of treating aches and pains without using drugs or surgery. Osteopaths work with their hands, using a wide range of treatment techniques, including massage, stretching and manipulation, as well as gentle release techniques that are suitable for children and elderly people.
Not just for backs! Osteopathy can be used to treat a huge range of musculoskeletal conditions, including:
We take the holding of personal data seriously.
We are a teaching clinic, so patient data may be used, discussed and analysed for the education of our students. This data will be anonymised for any reports, essays or dissertations that may need to be viewed externally.
We won’t hold any more data than is necessary to carry out your treatment, our student’s education and your appointment management.
We’d like to keep in touch with you to tell you about our services, news and offers as well as osteopathy in general. When you make your first appointment we’ll ask you if that’s okay with you. If at any time you want to cease receiving our information please click ‘unsubscribe’ on our emails or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org .
Please note we use a service called MailChimp to send our e-mails and we’ll never sell your information to anyone. We will not pass your data on to anyone else (e.g. your doctor) without your express permission. At any point please contact us if you would like us to delete all the data we hold about you.
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Teaching Clinic Times and Prices:
Adult £25, Infant/Child £20, Concession £20*
Note: Opening times may change due to college holidays. Children's clinic on Thursday mornings. To avoid a full charge please give 24hrs notice when cancelling appointments. *Concessions apply to: Retired, Unemployed, Student with ID, Disability Allowance, Nescot Staff, Kingston Uni Staff, Public/Emergency Services. Child defined as U16.
Re Below: TELEPHONE APPOINTMENT BOOKING FROM 9.30AM
How To Find Us
ROAD: The ICOM Clinic is located at Nescot College on the A240 Reigate Road in Ewell, near Epsom. SatNav Postcode is KT17 3DS. We have a large free car park. Ask at the College Reception for the Osteopathy Clinic. Please call us in advance on 020 8394 3154 if you will need help or assistance from your car.
RAIL: We are five minutes walk from Ewell East Station (Zone 6 with direct connections to Sutton, Carshalton, West Croydon, Mitcham, Leatherhead etc.). Exit the station via Platform 2, turn right down the path and follow the signs to Nescot. Go straight on at the dip in the path (railway bridge on your right). Enter Nescot via the gate on your left after the locked turnstile gate. Ask at the College Reception for the Osteopathy Clinic. Once in Nescot follow the signs for 'ICOM Clinic'.
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What Can I Expect On My First Visit?
At your first visit to the teaching clinic, you’ll be asked detailed questions about your specific aches and pains, as well as your general health. You’ll be asked to remove some of your clothing and to perform some simple movements. This enables the person treating you to look at how your joints are moving in order to help make a diagnosis. The student osteopath will examine the affected area to identify weakness or strain, and if necessary they may recommend further tests such as an X-ray or MRI scan. You are welcome to request to be treated by a practitioner of the same sex. Please wear loose fitting clothing if possible.
Your practitioner will then form a detailed treatment plan and discuss this with you.
Want to become an Osteopath?
We have all ages of students studying here at ICOM. Osteopaths come from all backgrounds and many do their training later in life.
You may be eligible for a student loan to cover your tuition fees and once you qualify you can register with the General Osteopathic Council as a practicing osteopath. Osteopaths can work in private clinics or set up their own home-based practices (and we teach you the business practicalities too!). Here at ICOM we offer a four-year full-time honours degree in Osteopathic Medicine. Typically this requires lecture attendance for around three days a week in college.
It is a rapidly growing area of healthcare and one of the main benefits is that you can plan your work around other commitments. Hence if you have children or other employment it is a very flexible means of income.
You can find more about studying Osteopathic Medicine at Nescot here.