Osteopathy for Babies & Children

Vitality & Wellness From Day One

Give your children the best possible start in life.

We use functional, cranial, structural and biodynamic osteopathic treatments, because all children have different needs.

Appointment Line: 01202 367049 

Children are not just small adults. That is why Dustie and Eleanor are both trained and qualified as a Specialist Paediatrics Osteopathic Practitioner (SPOP) with a PG Cert. qualification from the University of Osteopathy, London.

Please note: ALL children under the age of 18 MUST be accompanied by a birth parent or legal guardian for their first consultation. Without exception. This is for the safety of the child and practitioner. After the consultation, children over 16 (if Gillick Competent) may be able to attend alone. This decision is solely that of the Osteopath and cannot be contested.

Prices for Child Consultations & Treatments

Neonate (baby) Initial consultation, assessment and treatment for babies under 1 – £35.00 

Neonatal Follow up assessment and treatment: £35.00

Initial consultation, assessment and treatment for children aged 1-10 – £45.00

Follow up assessments and treatments (age 1-10) from £42.00 

Children age 11 and over will be charged at standard prices.

PLEASE NOTE: If your child has not been to see us for 18 months or more, they will need a to attend a new consultation (in addition to treatment). This is to ensure that we have adequate time to catch up on their medical history and for us to undertake a thorough examination.

Exclusive SYC Offer

Get 25% off your baby’s first consultation

Visit us for a Mother’s Functional Osteopathic Check-up to receive this exclusive offer. At the end of your consultation, we will give you 25% off code to use at your child’s consultation appointment. Only available at SYC. For children under 1 only.

Coming Soon!

Our new paediatric blog

We believe on the importance of education. That’s why we are developing a new paediatric blog, where parents can be informed about issues pertaining to their children’s health.

Helping parents to support the young people of tomorrow.