Sarah Boughtwood Osteopath
$25 for 2 Osteopath Appointments Incl Initial Consultation at Sarah Boughtwood Osteopath (Value Up To $160)
- Fine Print
- If you’re feeling more rickety than an antique, take your aches and pains over to Sarah Boughtwood Osteopath with today’s deal!
- Pay just $25 for 2 osteopath appointments including an initial consultation (value up to $160)
- Osteopathy is a form of hands on treatment, using a range of techniques which may help to relieve body aches and pains
- An initial consult is 60 minutes
- Allow 30 minutes for each follow up treatment
- The welcoming clinic is located in Takapuna
What We Like
If your limbs feel creakier than a horror film’s rocking chair, take your achy arms and legs over to Sarah Boughtwood Osteopath.
The team uses muscle stretching and massage, joint manipulation and articulation during treatments. They use osteopathy to treat a large range of conditions including: headaches, neck pain, muscle aches, back pain, occupational injuries, joint problems, knee pain, breathing issues, frozen shoulder, ankle sprains, sporting injuries, jaw pain and much more.
The experienced and professional team are committed to helping you with aches and strains through an osteopathy treatment to suit you. The welcoming clinic has easy parking available and is located in Takapuna
Grab your voucher before numbers run out!
The Fine Print
Offer expires 15 October, 2016
1st treatment must be booked before the expiry date
Multiple vouchers can be purchased (limit: 1 for you & 2 as gifts)
Bookings are essential & subject to availability (ph or txt 021 139 7270 or online at www.ezybook.co.nz/pages/sarahboughtwoodosteopath & quote name voucher code)
24 hour cancellation policy applies or voucher is void
Both treatments must be used by 1 person - non-transferable
Bookings available Mondays, Wednesdays or Saturdays 8am-1pm only
One voucher redeemable per person
Valid for new patients only
No refunds or cashback (except where required by law)
Not to be used in conjunction with any other offers