All practitioners are fully qualified and insured; most of them have more than 10 years experience, some of them have more than 25 years experience.
Many private insurances will cover the cost of your treatment, check your policy
Our osteopaths are BUPA and PPP registered

We are open seven days a week
All treatments an consultations by appointment only
Free 20minutes consultations are available monday to fridays, call 02088751101 to book your free consultation
We do not always charge a cancellation fee if a client does not turn up but had a genuine problem preventing him or her to attend, but we charge the full fee for those who abuse the system.



What happens on my first consultation?

Your visit will take between 45 minutes and 1 hour depending on the practitioner you are seeing. Please bring with you any results of tests or X rays you may have had done plus details of medication. Your practitioner will take a detailed case history in order to get an understanding of you.

Will I be asked to undress?

On the first visit you may be asked to undress to your underwear so the practitioner can do a diagnosis and a treatment. It is not necessary to undress for a number of therapies such as Naturopathy, homeopathy, herbal medicine or hypnotherapy and counselling

How long does a course of treatment take?

This depends on the nature and complication of the problem. As a general average 2 to 5 treatments. Longer term, more chronic conditions will take longer. Your practitioner will discuss your individual situation with you at your 1st treatment. Be assured we have a very busy practice and will not keep you coming longer than necessary.

What happens if I get a treatment reaction?

These do happen at times and may be as a result of the body reacting to the stimulus towards health it has been given, or as a result of the body being unable to continue the process of adaptation that the treatment has enabled it to set into motion. Your practitioner will be able to advise you.

Why do I need to wait between treatment sessions

Essentially the body heals itself. There must be a time interval between treatment sessions to allow the body to make its response, and then take it on a further step.
Your practitioner will advise on the correct time interval and number of treatment sessions likely to be required. You, however, remain in control. You can discuss this advice at any stage and, if you feel you are not making adequate progress, you can curtail treatment and ask your practitioner about other possible approaches to your problem.

Am I too old to benefit from complementary medicine

Certainly not. We have treated many patients in their 80s very successfully.

Are complementary medicines suitable for children?

Yes, definitely. Very gentle treatments can be used; we treat frequently new-born with cranio-sacral osteopathy, and homeopathy; children of all ages can benefit from homeopathy, naturopathy, osteopathy, physiotherapy or acupressure

Can I see a therapist whilst I am pregnant?

Yes complementary medicine is probably the treatment of choice during pregnancy, because medication are contra-indicated.
We use acupuncture and homeopathy for condition such as morning sickness, insomnia, urinary or digestive problems; physiotherapy osteopathy and pregnancy massage are recommended for musculo-squelettal problems such as back pain, pelvic pain carpal tunnel-syndrome etc.

Is it OK to mix treatments?

It is possible to mix different treatment modalities. Sometimes two different approaches can be mutually supportive so discuss this with your practitioner

How can i tell which will be the right therapy for my problem?

Sometimes you will know exactly what kind of treatment you need, but other times you won't. Discuss your problem with Practice Co-ordinator PJ Cousin and he will be able to suggest were to start. Don't forget that all of our therapists offer free 15 minute consultations where they can advise you on the best course of action. If after that you still aren't sure, we are happy to discuss your case between us and suggest the therapy we thing will be the most appropriate to bring you back to optimum health fastest!

How can I book my treatment?

For most of our treatments you can book either over the phone on 020 8875 1101 or by calling in person at the Cure by Nature clinic 95 Replingham Road London SW18 5lU

How can I pay for my treatment?

The Cure by Nature Clinic accepts cash, cheques, and all the major debit cards. Some of the independent practitioners take cheques or cash only, ask at the reception

Can I claim for my treatments on my health insurance?

This will vary from treatment to treatment. Our osteopaths and physiotherapists are registered with all major Health Providers. For other therapies such as Acupuncture, this will depend on your Health provider. Please consult your individual policy.

How do I know your therapists are safe?

The Cure by Nature Clinic upholds exceptionally high standards and insists that all of its therapists are fully qualified, belong to their respective professional bodies and undertake ongoing education as CPD (Continuing Professional Development). In addition, each individual therapist is registered and fully insured.

What happens if I need to cancel my appointment?

The Cure by Nature Clinic requires 24 hours notice if you wish to cancel or re- schedule an appointment. Clients who fail to turn up for treatment are charged a cancellation fee, typically half of the cost of the missed treatment. Repeat offenders will be charged the full amount.
Of course we realize that some cancellations are unavoidable, and we will use our discretion when deciding whether to impose a cancellation charge or not

Should I tell my doctor?

If you are receiving treatment from your doctor then it makes sense to tell him or her about your plans to have complementary medicine treatment. The treatment may enable you to reduce or even stop taking some forms of medication, but your doctor should be consulted regarding any change of prescription. You should always tell your practitioner about any medication you are taking as this may affect your response to your treatment.

Should I continue with my prescribed medication while undergoing a course of treatment?

Yes, at least until you have had a careful discussion with your doctor and your practitioner. Many people seek our help because of dissatisfaction with drug treatment - because it does not seem to be working or because the side effects are unacceptable.

DO NOT stop taking any medication without professional guidance.

Acupuncture, osteopathy, homeopathy, hypnotherapy, colonics, reflexology, massage,pain clinic, fertility treatment in Southfields, Earlsfields, Wandsworth and Wimbledon, London SW14, SW15, SW17, SW18, SW19, SW20 Cure By Nature 95 Replingham Road SW18 5lu Tel 020 8875 1101