Elaine Elkington Osteopathy in East London
Primrose Hill and
Portsmouth

Frequently Asked Questions

How many sessions will I need?

The number of treatments varies from person to person and depending on the condition and how long you've had it. Most commonly, three to six treatments are needed to improve or resolve the problem. Sometimes one treatment is sufficient.

How much does it cost?

At White Crane Healing Centre, Primrose Hill, London:
Initial consultation/treatment = £65.00; follow-up £55.00
Babies and children follow-up £50.00
Mother and newborn (up to 4 weeks old) as new patients £110.00
Twins as infants £110.00; follow up £90.00

At Bodywise, Bethnal Green, London:
Weekdays & Saturday morning initial consultation/treatment = £55.00; follow-up £50.00
Babies and children follow-up £45.00 (weekdays and Saturday morning)
Mother and newborn (up to 4 weeks old) as new patients £85.00
Twins as infants £90.00; follow-up £80.00

At Burbidge Clinic, Portsmouth:
Initial consultation/treatment = £50.00; follow-up £45.00
Babies and children follow-up £40.00
Mother and newborn (up to 4 weeks old) as new patients £85.00
Twins as infants £85.00; follow-up £70.00

At You and Your Baby Hub, Southsea , Portsmouth:
Initial consultation/treatment = £50.00; follow-up £45.00
Babies and children follow-up £40.00
Mother and newborn (up to 4 weeks old) as new patients £85.00
Twins as infants £85.00; follow-up £70.00

At LANO Yoga, Southsea, Portsmouth:
Initial consultation/treatment = £50.00; follow-up £45.00
Babies and children follow-up £40.00
Mother and newborn (up to 4 weeks old) as new patients £85.00
Twins as infants £85.00; follow-up £70.00

Please note: Burbidge Clinic - additional fee of £5.00 for appointments before 9.00am and evenings from 5.00pm. Additional fee of £10.00 if I am able to see you on weekend as emergency.

Can I use my health insurance cover to pay for treatment?

Yes. I can invoice most health insurance companies directly once provided with authorisation codes.

Do you offer home visits?

I do home visits if necessary. I charge for my travel time and time to get set up with the portable couch etc. in addition to the treatment charge so they can be costly. In cases of hardship I would negotiate the charge. An example of a home visit was for a patient whose baby was delivered by forceps due to the difficult labour. She found it hard to get out for the first few months and I was able to visit her at home.

Can I be treated fully clothed?

Yes, although it may be preferable to partially undress so that assessment can be carried out more easily.


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