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27th October 2020 
Clinics and Prices. cats

Clinics and Prices & About Me

Alison O'Dochartaigh
07789 518356
e-mail: [email protected]

Tanygroes , Cardigan, SA43 2JT.
(Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday (School hours), most Fridays & the odd Saturday.)

****Please be aware that we have two cats. They are not supposed to go into the treatment room but they do sneak in occasionally. Please speak to me before you come in if you suffer from allergies. Thank you.****


The Ark (Occasional Fridays for the time being - because of COVID-19)
5a Bridge Street
Haverfordwest
Pembrokeshire
SA61 2AL


PRICES:
Patients are allocated 45 mins - 1 hour for their first appointment and 45 mins for any follow up appointments. For babies the follow up appointments are 30 - 45 mins. Allotted times are not fixed and I may spend more or less time during your appointment depending on the complexity of the problem and how much can be achieved on any given visit. Time is also required for patient clinical notes, exercises (if appropriate) and advice.
Times and prices remain the same at the moment however the appointment will be split in two; with the consultation part done over the phone the day before the hands-on treatment part.

Adult Initial consultation (45 minutes - 1 hour) : 50
Adult Follow up treatments (45 minutes - 1 hour) : 40
Children and babies (30 minutes - 1 hour) : 28

Horses:
Initial consultation (1-1.5 hours) : 70
Follow-up treatment: (1 hour): 60
plus travel charges of 45p per mile if travel time is over 45 minutes.

Dogs:
Initial consultation (45 minutes - 1 hour) : 50
Follow up treatments (30 - 45 minutes) : 40
plus travel charges of 45p per mile if travel time is over 45 minutes.

About me:

I first became interested in osteopathy at the age of 14, when I watched my horse enjoy, and respond well to, hands-on physical therapy.
Following my A-levels, I embarked on a four year degree course at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM) and graduated with an honours degree in Osteopathic Medicine in 2002.
During my first 18 months of work I continued with my studies within the field of cranial osteopathy by completing the first two modules on the Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy Pathway.

I then took a year out to travel through Canada, America, Australia and New Zealand.
On returning home, I decided to combine my hobby of horse riding with my career and completed my MSc in Animal Manipulation (Osteopathic Pathway) in 2008.

Finally, in 2020, having done the first course in 2002, I have completed all 10 modules of the pathway and have become a Fellow of the Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy.