A Brief History
The building Molford House Surgery was constructed in 1740 by the then Burgess of South Molton Sir John Molford.
The panelling and mouldings in the front treatment room came from Stowe house in Kilkhampton which was built by Lord bath and then dismantled. Similar panels and mouldings are to be found in the South Molton's Mayor's parlour and Assembly rooms. Molford House overtime was the doctors residence and practice for over a century before the construction of the Health Centre. It has also been included on the South Molton Heritage Trail.
Rebecca set up Molford House Surgery in 1992 practising Osteopathy in South Molton, she is now proud to have enlarged the practice and work alongside Sports, Bowen and Myofascial Therapists, Counsellors, Acupuncturists, Nutritionists and other Holistic/Complimentary Therapists.
At Molford House Surgery a warm welcome awaits patients and clients attending for a variety of treatments, in a confidential and safe space. Disabled access is available on request.
We work to provide a caring, listening practice. All Practitioners are aware, and interested in, the varied approaches available which can combine to give huge health benefits to our patients. Our unique situation is the interaction between the various therapies which we believe increases and provides understanding and motivation to support huge changes in many aspects of health.
Our treatments can help with sports injury recovery, stress and anxiety, relief from daily aches and pains, re-alignment, dietary advice, trauma recovery, aromatherapy massage, facials or simply provide a relaxing/pampering treat.
Contact details are at the bottom of the page or on individual therapists pages, which you can access by clicking HERE
You will often be greeted at the door by Kim, who has been the welcoming front of house at Molford House Surgery for many years. Kim provides reception duties, cleaning and helps to keep the overall day-to-day processes running smoothly.
Covid-19 A number of our therapists have now re-opened and are following the government guidelines on safe close-contact services. For further information please go to https://www.hse.gov.uk/news/coronavirus.htm
Please contact individual therapists for their process changes and current working hours.