With continued treatments, your osteopath can map your progress and build on your recovery and prevention plan. It’s the best way to keep you on the right track and make sure the results are long-lasting.
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
Your osteopath will chat with you and direct you via video link, starting with an assessment of your progress so far. They’ll ask you to perform a few movements to get a feel for your range of motion in problem areas and how your strength is progressing. They’ll also ask you about how things have improved since you last talked.
Your osteopath will then run through some exercises and stretches with you, checking your form as you go. They’ll leave you with an updated routine of exercises (if appropriate) and a sense of how long it’ll take to see more improvements.