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Our friendly receptionist team will be happy to answer any questions you have, or take a booking over the phone.
Monday: 8am – 8pm
Tuesday: 8am – 9pm
Wednesday: 8am – 8pm
Thursday: 8am – 9pm
Friday: 8am – 8pm
Saturday: 9am – 2pm
The Old Fire Station
2a Norwood High St
Clapham Osteopathic Practice
Clapham North Art Centre
26-32 Voltaire Rd
Here are our most commonly asked questions.
If you can’t find the answer you’re looking for give us a call.
Our team would be happy to answer any questions you have about osteopathy, our clinics and how we can help.
We’re available from 8am to 9pm from Monday to Friday’s and Saturday mornings from 9am to 2pm. To find a time that best suits you, please check our availability through online booking.
West Norwood Train station. Buses – 2, 432, 196, 68, 468 also all go by the door.
Clapham North tube station, Clapham High Street overground.
On street chargeable parking is available and there is also limited free parking on surrounding residential streets.
On street chargeable parking is available by the hour. It may be possible to use the clinic’s parking space if there are mobility issues, please call the clinic to discuss this option.
Yes, osteopathy is generally considered safe during pregnancy and can offer many benefits. Our expert osteopaths use gentle techniques to address a range of pregnancy-related conditions, from back pain to pelvic discomfort. We prioritise your comfort and safety throughout your treatment, so you can feel confident in your healthcare choices.
We take most major Health insurance providers.
Please let us know that you will be going through health insurance at the time of booking your appointment and our receptionist can check if we work with your provider.
We will need your healthcare insurance provider name and account number plus your authorisation code at the time of booking your appointment.
No, you do not need a private GP referral to see a therapist.
Additionally, osteopaths are primary health care practitioners meaning you do not need a referral from a doctor to see one. Osteopaths can adequately diagnose and manage your musculoskeletal complaints or refer you to another medical professional if your pain is not musculoskeletal in nature.
However, you’re welcome to speak with your GP before coming to see any one of our therapists.
Yes! Charlotte Newtown is our resident paediatric osteopath, who is dedicated to bringing professional osteopathic treatment to you and your whole family.