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Nescot Osteopathy Clinic (Surrey Institute of Osteopathic Medicine)

Welcome to the International College of Osteopathic Medicine at Nescot

To book an appointment please contact: 020 8394 3154 or

Special Offer

Receive a free treatment when you buy five Osteopathic treatments and get six vouchers for the price of five.

This offer brings the cost of a full price treatment down from £21 (21 x 5 = £105) to £17.50 per session.

Concessionary price £16.00 (16 x 5 = £80) down to £13.33 per session.

Offer expires 31/08/2017.
Vouchers are valid for 1 year after purchase and are non­transferable and non-refundable.

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 three times a week as well as specialist Mother and Baby and Sports Injury Clinics.

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.

Why Osteopathy?

Many people use osteopathy as a way of treating aches and pains without using drugs or surgery.

Osteopathy can be used to treat a huge range of musculoskeletal conditions, including:

  • Back and neck pain
  • Work-related postural problems
  • Sciatica
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Many pregnancy-related conditions
  • Sports injuries
  • Headaches
  • The symptoms of arthritis

What can I expect when I visit the teaching clinic?

When you visit the teaching clinic you’ll be cared for by a senior student studying a four-year degree in Osteopathic Medicine. Treatment is closely supervised by tutors, who are all registered osteopaths.

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.

Your practitioner will form a detailed and holistic treatment plan, and discuss this with you.

Teaching Clinic




1.45pm – 8.00pm
1.45pm – 5.00pm
1.45pm – 8.00pm
9.30am – 8.00pm
9.30am – 12.45pm



Infants & Children



£16.00 (Under 16)

Graduate Clinic


9.00am - 12.45pm
9.00am - 12.45pm
9.00am - 12.45pm
2.00pm - 5.00pm

Opening times may vary during college holidays.

Children’s Clinic: Thursday mornings. Sports Injury Clinic: Tuesday afternoons.

Nescot also holds an Osteopathy Clinic at Kingston University. Click here for more details.

Note: To avoid full charge please give 24 hours notice when cancelling an appointment.

**Retired, Unemployed, Student with ID, Disability Allowance, Nescot Staff, Kingston University Staff, Public/Emergency Services

How to find us

ICOM is located at Nescot college, on the A240 Reigate Road in Ewell. Turn off at Junction 8 of the M25, or leave the A3 at Tolworth Junction. We have a large, free car park. We are five minutes’ walk from Ewell East train station, which is in zone 6, and we also have free secure cycle parking. To find out more about getting to Nescot, click here.

What is osteopathy?

Osteopathy is a way of diagnosing, treating and preventing health problems through looking at the way the body’s muscles, bones and tissues move.

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.

The International College of Osteopathic Medicine

ICOM is the teaching centre for Osteopathy at Nescot. ICOM offers a four-year full-time honours degree in Osteopathic Medicine. Students undertaking the degree study areas including anatomy, physiology, clinic medicine, pathology, osteopathic philosophy and osteopathic technique as part of their training.

The osteopaths teaching on the degree are all registered with the General Osteopathic Council, bringing with them their individual specialist knowledge. The course team adopts a dynamic approach to patient healthcare and student learning.

You can find more about studying Osteopathic Medicine at Nescot here.





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