Whilst both GP’s and dentists commonly refer patients to Taylor Osteopathy, the majority of patients ‘self refer’ for treatment. As referral from your GP is not necessary, patients are encouraged to keep both their doctor and osteopath fully informed. Correctly informing practitioners means that medical records are kept current and complete so that the patient receives the best possible care from both health practitioners.
Many private health insurance policies provide cover for osteopathic treatment. It may be possible to claim for a course of treatment but you should check in advance with your insurance company before seeking osteopathic help, in order to confirm the available level of cover and whether you will need to have a referral from a GP or a specialist.
Returning patients will be given an outline of the continuing treatment approach by the osteopath for the following treatment sessions, as part of an informed patient approach.
“Both friendly and professional and explains all you want to know about your treatment.
I will be going back and would definitely recommend Taylor Osteopathy to others no matter how small your problem is. Thanks again”
“I am after my first visit and feel a lot lot better. Neil is very professional. I was weeks in pain and now I believe its going to be better. I feel very confident in his hands. Really recommending Neil.”
“I was by doctor before (GP) and GP just said to me take ibuprofen. I was suffered with back pain. After visiting Neil Taylor after two visits pain was gone, he gave me exercises for doing at home as well. I find him very professional, extremely knowledgeable and skilled. So I am very impressed. Price is very reasonable as well. Thank you.”
“Wow this guy is my hero what he did for me last night was spot on.and worth every penny before I went to Neil Taylor my shoulder was in so much pain it’s was unbelievable. with in the less than half and hour Boom the pain was gone definitely highly recommend…”