Monday PM 0830 1730 hrs
Friday 0830 hrs to 1300 hrs
Take stairs or lift to 1st Floor & proceed to the waiting area – Your clinician will collect from there at the appointed time.
New patients are asked to fill out a brief questionnaire on the level of pain they are in before their initial assessment. This will be sent out in the new patient information pack or you can download or print it out. If you need help filling in this questionnaire; please bring it with you and your Osteopath will help you.
Looe is located in a rural area and inevitably travel around the locality is not so easy if you do not have your own transport. Looe has quite good connections with other towns by both bus and train services but travel to villages and hamlets which are not on or close to the railway line or bus routes may be difficult. In these cases a taxi is often the most practical and quickest way to make such journeys if you do not have your own transport.
The surgery is located on the East side of the river almost adjacent to the bridge and a short walk from the Railway station.
There is a car park next to the surgery for patients. If the car park is full there is a “pay and display” car park next door. Both car parks are a short walk from the surgery.
Bus – Western Greyhound Bus Services
Service 572 (Polperro – Looe – Plymouth)
Service 573 (Polperro – Looe – Liskeard station and town)
Train – Fisrt Great Western – Looe Valley Line. Telephone: 08457 484950
BSc (Hons) Osteopathic Medicine GoSC Registration 4708
Paul Hatton is the service lead for south Devon Osteopaths. He works primarily using structural techniques such as soft tissue and manipulation. He graduated from the British College of Osteopathic medicine with a 1st class honours degree and has worked in both private and NHS practice since. He has an interest in spinal pain and is the clinical lead for the South Devon Osteopaths NHS neck and back pain clinics in Southampton and Cornwall.