Bringing Your Newborn/Child to Wootton Chiropractic Clinic
We do not have a receptionist. When you arrive for your appointment, take a seat in the waiting room (On the right as you enter) and Esme will be with you at the time of your appointment.
If your baby is booked in for chiropractic treatment, they are a lot more settled during appointments, if they have been fed just beforehand.
The treatment room that Esme treats from, is on the ground floor.
There is enough space in the waiting room and the treatment room for your pram.
Try if you can to plan a quiet day after you leave the clinic, if your newborn/child has been treated.
It is advised that patients rest afterwards, to gain maximum benefit from the treatment.
If you are unsure about whether chiropractic care can benefit your newborn/child, feel free to book in for a free informal chat with Esme, where she can discuss/ assess and advise on your child’s condition. If she doesn’t think she can help, with such a good relationship with the paediatric specialists across the island, she can point you in the right direction to other practitioners that can.
You can book online. Just click “book” and select “spine check”.
Our chiropractors diaries can often be booked up a few weeks in advance. With this in mind, if you decide to book your child in for an initial consultation/treatment, it is strongly advised to also pre-book a “routine appointment“ a week after this initial appointment, at a time that suits you better.
(This can always be cancelled nearer the time if it is not needed, but by the time a patient comes in for their initial appointment, there is often very little, if any availability the following week, which may compromise the progress of the treatment plan).
We look forward to meeting you!
If you have any questions, please feel free to ask, we love questions!
Wootton Chiropractic Clinic
33 High Street
Isle of Wight
We are situated on the main road between Newport and Ryde.
There is a carpark to the rear of the clinic in Brannon Way. Parking is free for the first hour. But you must get a ticket to display in your vehicle.