Maxine qualified in 2006 from the British School of Osteopathy, London (now the University College of Osteopathy) after which she headed north to work as a member of a long established multi-disciplinary practice covering Yorkshire’s East Riding. In 2016 she moved to Norfolk, and started a new venture working as a solo practitioner in the Hoveton & Wroxham Medical Centre. Over the years she has helped her patients manage all kinds of injuries and problems, not only through treatments but also through rehabilative planning and life-style advice. As a fully trained massage and sports therapist she guarantees to put together a personal treatment plan designed to cover all your needs.
If you have any questions as to whether osteopathic treatment might be an option for you, please do not hesitate to contact her by text, phone or e-mail.
BOst., B.A.(Hons), ITEC Remedial massage, ITEC Sports Therapy. GOsC regesstered.
Osteopathic treatments can help with the following conditions.....
Repetitive strain injury
This clinic also specialises in pre & post natal treatment, mother & baby
Massage also available
Home visits are available by request on weekdays (Thursdays excluded )within the area shown in the map below. Additional costs are to cover travelling expenses and travel time.
Thursday at Hoveton & Wroxhm Medical Centre, Room F19 in the Broads Suite. 09.00 - 18.00.
OSTEOPATH-ON-THE BROADS INFORMATION FOR NEW AND RETURNING PATIENTS
New Patient appointments will be limited to 1hr 15minutes, and returning patient appointments 45 minutes
Initial consultation and treatment (16yrs plus) £50
Follow-up treatments and returning patients (16yrs plus) £40
House-visits (16yrs plus) As above, plus additional £5 - £10
Initial consultation and treatment (babies to 15yrs old) £40
Follow-up treatments and returning patients (babies to 15yrs old) £30
1 hour full body massage £50
45 minute sports massage £45
If you are unable to attend an appointment please try to give at least 24 hours notice so that the slot can be made available to someone else.
Cash, bank transfer or cheque payments accepted. Please note that osteopathic treatment is usually covered by most health insurance companies.