Our Looe clinic is open Tuesday to Thursday for our full range of osteopathic services including back pain, neck pain, sports injury and any other musculoskeletal issues.
Whole Body Osteopathy Looe is located on the Western side of Looe town on the South East coast of Cornwall.
Booking is easy with our online system and if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Looe is located on the South coast of Cornwall, directly South of Liskeard.
Travelling to Looe from the West:
Driving East on the A38, go past Liskeard and after 1 mile, turn right onto the B3252 towards Looe. Stay on this road for 2.6 miles, then at the T junction turn right onto the A387. Continue on the A387 until you get to Looe. Once in Looe, drive over the bridge and turn immediately left on to Quay Road (opposite Riverside Amusement arcade).
Travelling to Looe from the East:
Driving West on the A38 from Saltash, drive through Tideford and at the Trerulefoot roundabout, take your first exit onto the A374 towards Torpoint. After 1.3 miles turn right onto the A387 towards Looe. Continue on this road, which will turn into the B3253 (do not turn off). Go through No Man’s Land and you will eventually enter Looe. At the bottom of the hill turn left back onto the A387. Drive over the bridge and turn immediately left onto Quay Road (opposite Riverside Amusement arcade).
Directions from Quay Road:
Drive along Quay Road until you reach the church clock tower. Just before the clock tower, you will see paid parking on the left, along the quayside. This is the best place to park and spaces are usually available here. The clinic is located on the junction between Quay Road and Fore Street, around the corner from Tasty Corner Café.
Due to Looe being a tourist town, parking can sometimes be more difficult during the busy holiday season. Extra parking can therefore be found in Millpool car park, which is a maximum 10 minute steady walk from the clinic (there is space to be dropped off outside the clinic if required).
Millpool car park is located on the amusement arcade side of Looe bridge. Drive over the bridge heading West, i.e. past the amusement arcade on your right. After 300ft, turn right down a hill (marked with the blue P sign and signposted to Polean Trading Estate and Millpool ). Once down the hill, turn left at the mini roundabout and then right into the car park.
Once you are parked, walk towards the river past Looe Chandlery, which will take you back up onto the bridge. Cross over the road and then walk down Quay Road to get to the clinic.
Please note, sometimes appointments can run over by a few minutes. Please therefore ensure you allow enough contingency time after your appointment to get back to your vehicle before your parking runs out. This is especially important for patients parking at Millpool car park. We cannot be held responsible for any parking fines incurred.
We do not have a full time receptionist, therefore we ask all patients when they arrive to take a seat in the waiting room. If the treatment room door is closed, it is likely that a treatment is in progress. Please therefore kindly take a seat and your osteopath will come to greet you at your appointment time. Magazines and information leaflets are available for you to read while you wait.
We have toilet facilities available to patients in the clinic upon request. We regret however that due to the width of the doors, we do not have wheelchair access into the clinic. There is also a small step to get into the building.
If you have any disability needs or require help getting into the building, please mention this when booking your appointment and we will be very happy to help you in any way that we can.
We are currently a part time clinic due to practitioners sharing their time between multiple locations. Our current opening hours are as follows:
Tuesdays. 8.30am – 1pm
Thursdays 1pm – 6pm
We can take both debit and credit cards or cash, however we regret that we cannot accept cheques. We ask for payment to be completed at the time of your treatment and can email you a receipt as proof of payment.
Please note if you have private healthcare, we ask that you pay for your treatment on the day and then contact your provider to be reimbursed for your treatment. A receipt can be emailed to you for this purpose.
If you have a private health insurance, please notify your provider BEFORE you book in for treatment with us. Most healthcare providers will accept treatment from any registered osteopath, however some stipulate that you must choose from a specific list of practitioners (e.g. BUPA).