I attended three times for back pain and numbness in one finger. A lot of massage was followed by a procedure in which the jointed central section of the couch was allowed to collapse an inch or two. This made a great deal of noise but appeared to have absolutely no impact on the pain. The practitioner also used a small spring-loaded "activator" to lightly jolt a vertebra, which was similarly unhelpful. Thinking I should give this time to succeed, I continued for three "treatments", after which I lost patience and went to another clinic, where the back pain (but not the numbness) appears, in one session, to have been successfully treated. I would not recommend Acomb clinic to a friend, nor do I think it good value: for me it was a waste of money.
I chose this clinic because it was the nearest to where I live. As a business model, this practice is clearly highly effective: as a treatment centre, if my experience is typical, the opposite is the case. I can only say that in terms of results, this clinic did me no good at all. I have a fair amount of previous experience of osteopaths over the years: due to a cycling accident, my back needs treatment every 3 years or so. All previous ones chiropractors/osteopaths have been effective. This one was not. The treatment periods were very short (15 minutes). Perhaps they might have worked better in someone whose symptoms were psychosomatic: the placebo effect is very powerful; or where the problem was muscular damage. But for me the whole thing was pointless.