Update: 15th July 2021


Following the recent government announcements regarding the regulations around the management of Covid 19, we want to inform you that, following the latest advice from our professional body, all our protocols for strict infection control remain in place

This means we continue to insist that all patients, unless unable for medical reasons, continue to wear a face mask on entering the clinic, along with hand sanitation. All other protocols remain in place.

Baby Check Bath

Our number one priority is the health and safety of all our patients and staff, and of course, this includes you, your baby, and your new family.

There are new Public Health England rules in place for our clinic to help us minimise the risk of infection in response to COVID-19.

Most importantly, we have heightened hand hygiene and sanitisation throughout the clinic. All staff sanitise their hands frequently and we are wearing PPE which includes face masks, with disposable gloves, plastic aprons and face visors available.

We are asking everyone who comes into the building to wear a face covering and to sanitise their hands as they come in, and again as they leave the clinic.

Social distancing will be maintained in all communal areas. Please keep a 2m social distance in the reception area and arrive for your appointment on time to avoid having to wait in/ outside the building.

You will be seen by an individual osteopath in a separate room. We cannot see families in our community treatment room at the moment.

Please bring your own baby blanket for your baby to lie on.
The room will be thoroughly cleaned and sanitised before and after each appointment.

We cannot see anyone who has symptoms of coronavirus or who needs to self-isolate.
If you or anyone in your household has a fever, cough, experiencing flu-like symptoms or have been told to self-isolate or quarantine we cannot see you until it is safe to do so.

Please follow all the latest government guidelines to keep safe:


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