Osteopathy follow-up treatment

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Osteopathy follow-up treatment

See the osteopath from your initial consultation again for a 40-60 minute follow-up.

You're feeling

Sore in your muscles and/or joints; in pain from work, driving or exercise



In-person consultation and treatment from a degree-qualified pro.

Increased joint mobility; relief from muscle tension.

Only bookable after an initial consultation.

Talk safety and hygiene with your pro ahead of time via instant messaging.

Our recommendation

Osteopathy focuses on the structure of the body – things like the musculoskeletal system, connective tissue and ligaments – to realign the entire body and minimise dysfunctions within it. Osteopaths work with people who experience chronic pain, have previous injuries or suffer from migraines to help relieve pain.

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 help to identify the source of ongoing issues and develop a plan for recovery and prevention. 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.


Probably not the treatment for you if:

You haven’t booked a consultation with the same osteopath you want to book follow-up treatment with.

You’re feeling unwell and/or you or anyone in your household needs to self-isolate or shield.

You’re in your first trimester of pregnancy (later stages are fine; all osteopaths are trained to work with pregnant women).

Questions before your treatment?

Use the Urban app to chat directly with your pro after booking. You can ask them about the treatment, their Covid-19 safety measures or share parking info.