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Effective from Monday 1st February it will be possible to book appointments online for AXA PPP and BUPA Private Health Providers.
Effective from Monday 1st February the Clinic is changing treatment durations and prices, please see below for more details.
Welcome to Epsom Osteopathic Clinic owned and run by me, Robert Ganpatsingh. I qualified in 1999 and provide high quality healthcare with a friendly touch.
My expertise in multiple fields allows me to treat many types of problems and work with a variety of patients from unsettled babies to sports injuries. I pride myself in being able to get people back to normality very quickly and provide advice on how to best manage your condition and prevent any further recurrence. I will provide clear communication and explanations, consideration of privacy and dignity, with close involvement in any treatment plan and decisions. I not only use a variety of manipulative techniques but focus on prevention by discussing relevant health topics, posture, exercises, baby positioning and feeding, basic nutritional advice and more.
On the more complex or non-osteopathic issues an interdisciplinary approach may be used with referrals, if necessary, to a GP, consultant, private MRI suites, homeopath, antenatal teacher and birthing partner, child behaviour specialist, lactation consultants or physiotherapy.
Read more about my approach, background, interests and future here.
The Rose Bushes Clinic in Epsom
29 Rose Bushes
Main: 01372 897688
Monday 8:00am – 7:00pm
Tuesday 8:00am – 7:00pm
Wednesday 12:00pm – 5:00pm
Thursday 8:00am – 7:00pm
Friday 8:00am – 7:00pm
*Out of Hours Treatments are outside the normal Opening Hours listed above. These hours are subject to change.
Prices from Monday 1st February
Babies & Under 18
Initial Consultation & Treatment (80 mins) – £65
Follow-Up Treatment (50 mins) – £55
Adult Over 18
Initial Consultation & Treatment (80 mins) – £70
Follow-Up Treatment (50 mins) – £60
*Out of Hours Treatments – ALL
Initial Consultation & Treatment – £85
Follow-Up Treatment – £70
What is Osteopathy?
Osteopathy restores balance to muscles, joints and ligaments. This restoration of balance and therefore attainment of good structure, and therefore function, is essential for pain relief.
Osteopathy can help patients of all ages and ranges of fitness to achieve relief from pain and stiffness, whether recent or chronic. Most of the techniques used are very gentle and are always tailored to the individual to ensure patient comfort, effectiveness and safety. Osteopathy should offer a comprehensive healthcare approach providing a range of care that includes manipulative techniques (spinal and soft tissue), health advice and management advice (including exercises) prescribed to individual requirements at that time.
"Highly professional and excellent treatment in a calm and relaxing clinic. Robert takes the time to ascertain exactly what the problem is and its cause, and explain the treatment (which has been very successful!) I would highly recommend Epsom Osteopathic Clinic."
"Over the years Rob has treated my 3 young girls, my husband and myself for various problems such as Torticollis, Kidney function, migraines etc. with amazing success . We are all greatly thankful to him and can offer only the highest recommendation."
"An excellent Osteopath, thoroughly recommended!!"
"...Just to let you know Sophie has been sleeping through the night consistently for almost the last 2 weeks!!"
Osteopaths may have and use different specialities including sports injuries, paediatrics, and visceral osteopathy (treating the internal organs of the body). Problems regularly treated include:
- Inability to relax
- Rheumatic pain
- Minor sports/dance injuries & tensions
- Joint Pains inc. hip & Knee pain from osteoarthritis
- General, acute & chronic backache/ back pain
- Uncomplicated mechanical neck pain
- Headache arising from the neck (cervicogenic)
- Migraine prevention
- Frozen shoulder / shoulder and elbow pain / tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis)
- Generalised Aches & Pains
- Arthritic pain
- Circulatory problems
- Digestion problems
- Joint pains, lumbago
- Muscle spasms