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Osteopath and pregnant woman during an osteopathy consultation at home

Osteopathy consultation and treatment

Book a home visit from a degree-qualified expert in muscle, joint and bone health.


You've got:

Back or neck pain; sore joints; arthritis; sciatica; migraines; a sports injury; joint or muscle pain associated with pregnancy

From £89


  • At-home treatment from a qualified, insured and registered osteopath

  • An initial consultation or follow-up treatment, with no need for a referral from your GP

  • Support with pregnancy health including conditions affecting your joints, muscles or bones

Realign with a pro

Osteopaths work with people who experience chronic pain, have previous injuries or suffer from migraines. They’re a bit like mechanics for your body, working to treat presenting issues with your joints, muscles and bones, and prevent future ones.

Urban osteopaths are all fully registered with the General Osteopathic Council. That means they’ve got a four- or five-year degree programme under their belt, and a minimum of a thousand hours of clinical training. You’re in good hands.

During your treatment

If this is your first session, your osteopath will start with a consultation and physical assessment to get a full picture of your health and treatment goals. In most cases, they’ll then treat you using manipulation, soft tissue therapy and stretching.

They’ll also put together a plan to help address those issues in the long term. That could include anything from daily stretches you can do on your own to a series of appointments with them.

During your session, they may ask you to undress to your underwear (or a sports top and leggings – whatever you’re most comfortable with), so they can fully assess your spine, joints and soft tissue.

Your osteopath may recommend further follow-up treatment (online or in person), which they can help you book.

Be seen by the same osteopath

Booking a regular check-in with your osteopath? Simply search for their name when you go to choose a therapist.