Therapies at Fresh Ground – Battersea

Laura Tilson Osteopathy

Location Details

Arriving at Fresh Ground, Battersea Clinic

If the main doors to the building are open please head through the cafe, down the stairs and wait in the area outside the treatment room. If the building is closed please ring the door bell next to the cafe doors.


Fresh Ground, 68 Battersea Rise
SW11 1EQ
Tel: 020 7206 2625


For an appointment or further questions please call 020 7206 2625, email or click the button below to use our online booking form.

Prices (From 1st Feb 2024)

  • Initial Consultation with Osteopath £95
  • Follow up Treatments with Osteopath £80
  • Home visits for Newborns £190 per visit.
    Depending on distance from our clinic we may need to add a small surcharge, please get in touch for more information.


If you need to cancel your appointment, you can do so via the link in your booking confirmation email or contact us here.

Please note we ask for 24 hours notice for cancellations so that we can offer someone else your appointment slot. It is our clinic policy to charge the full treatment fee for cancellations within 24 hours. Thank you for your help with this.

What to Wear

You may wish to bring clothes that you are comfortable to move in to the appointment - sports shorts or leggings are ideal.


We can accommodate buggies easily in Surbiton and South Wimbledon clinics.

If you are bringing your baby to the Fresh Ground, Battersea clinic we ask that you avoid bringing the buggy where possible and use a sling. There are a lot of stairs to navigate and it is easier for you without a buggy. If you need to bring a buggy please do ask the baristas in the cafe or your therapist for help with the stairs, they are used to helping parents with this!


Masks are now optional in the clinic room. Please ask your therapist to wear a mask if you would feel more comfortable with this.

Medical Insurance

Please let us know if you wish to use your private medical insurance.

If so, each company differ in their payment options. You will need to discuss the process with your insurer before your appointment. You may need a GP referral, an authorisation number and to find out your excess fee.