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Drysdale Osteopathy Glasgow
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Your details and medical history (any previous operations, medication you are taking, any health problems) will be taken and we will explore your immediate reason for your visit.
We will ask what your symptoms are and when they began.
You will then be examined and we will run through various procedures to make an assessment of how best to treat you. At this stage we rule out any unusual symptoms, which would make treatment unsuitable. If this is the case you will be referred back to your GP.
If you would like to bring someone with you to the appointment then you are very welcome to.
We are very sensitive to patient's modesty and provide towels. There is absolutely no need for you to be fully exposed during treatment. We want our patients to be relaxed, not self-conscious.
Treatments can usually take place wearing loose clothing, a T-shirt and tracksuit bottoms are ideal.
Treatment should not involve any pain. There may be a reaction to treatment for 24 to 36 hours as the tissues adapt.
There is often an increase in blood flow through the tissue and this may cause some discomfort. This is similar to post exercise stiffness.
By cash, credit card or cheque, please.
No pre-payment. Simply pay at the end of your session.
All major medical insurers are accepted, (AXA PPP, BUPA), but you will have to pay up front. We will provide a receipt so they can reimburse you.
PLEASE NOTE: If you wish to claim your treatment back through a medical insurer, you may need a referral from your GP.
The majority of conditions settle quickly.
It is prudent to follow a course of treatment. Once you have recovered you may be happy to leave it be - or - you may wish to return at a later date for a Follow Up Appointment, especially if the problem has been long standing.
Average Age of Patient: 48
Gender Ratio: 50:50
Average Number of Treatments: 4
We get 80% of Patients 80% Better.
Please try to give 24 hours notice. We understand that there may be circumstances out with your control, but please be aware that repeat cancellations will result in a cancellation fee.
Yes. With the General Osteopathic Council. Practitioners cannot call themselves an Osteopath if they are not registered. If you wish you can check registration here, entering 'David Drysdale'.
Yes, they will - we provide certificates for the blood donor service. All needles used are single use, sealed and sterilised disposable needles. This is the BMAS Page explaining this in further detail.
No I do not treat children.
No, you can either drop into the clinic to request an appointment or Call the Clinic
Yes, most Major Medical Insurance Companies cover Osteopathic Treatment.
Be sure to check with your provider.