First Consultation will include case history, request for consent for Osteopathic treatment from owner and veterinarian.

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Equine Osteopathy Fees:

First Consultation

First Consultation will include case history, request for consent for Osteopathic treatment from owner and veterinarian. Assessment including standing, walk up, trot up, ridden assessment (where appropriate); Osteopathic examination and Osteopathic treatment with consent gained from veterinarian. Specific discussion and evaluation of particular emotional/behavioural issues, encompassed in treatment. Healing may occur during Osteopathic treatment. Onward referral where appropriate.

First Consultation
£60

Please allow 1.5 – 2 hours

£60
Follow up Appointments

Follow up Appointments include re-assessment as above, Osteopathic examination and Osteopathic treatment.

Follow up Appointments
£60

Please allow 1.0 – 1.5 hours

£60

Animal Osteopathy Fees:

Suitable for equine, dogs, domestic and companion animals.

Initial Consultation

Initial Consultation will include case history, request for consent for Osteopathic treatment from owner and veterinarian. Assessment tailored to species and for dogs includes standing, walk up, trot up assessment; Osteopathic examination and Osteopathic treatment with consent gained from veterinarian. Specific discussion and evaluation of particular emotional/behavioural issues, encompassed in treatment. Healing may occur during Osteopathic treatment. Explanation of condition and treatment plan. Onward referral where appropriate.

Initial Consultation Equine/Dogs
£60

Please allow 1.5 – 2 hours

£60
Follow up Appointments

Follow Up Appointment include re-assessment as above, Osteopathic examination and Osteopathic treatment.

Follow up Appointments - Equine
£60

Please allow 1.5 – 2 hours

£60
Follow up Appointments - Dogs
£45

Please allow 1.5 – 2 hours

£45
  • Payment is requested in cash or BAC’s, for banking purposes. Receipt for treatment can be provided.
  • For insurance work, this must be the responsibility of the owner to ensure veterinarian approval and acceptance by insurers beforehand.