New Patient Appointment
Your new patient appointment will take approximately 1 hour. We will take a full history of what the issue is, when it started, what caused the issue and run though your past medical history.
The second part of the appointment in the examination. You will be asked to do a range of movements and other tests to determine where your issue is coming from. You may be asked to remove certain items of clothing, but there are gowns provided should you wish to use them.
Once we have gone through the history and examination, you will have a full explanation of what the issue is and the treatment plan. You will also have your first treatment as part of the appointment. In the event that it’s not something that we’re able to help with, you will not be charged for the appointment and we will endeavour to point you in the direction of someone who will be able to help.
Follow up treatments will take approximately 30 minutes. You will be asked how your feeling and what’s been happening since your last appointment. You will receive a tailored treatment to suit your condition – This may include a combination of soft tissue work, spinal manipulation, mobilization techniques, Dry needling/acupuncture and activator techniques.
New Complaint /Reassessment
A new complaint or reassessment can take up to 1 hour. This is to give us time to cover any changes and take a detailed account of any new conditions. You will also receive treatment at this appointment.
A spinal screening appointment takes approximately 10 minutes. This gives us time for a brief overview of the condition and some tests to see if it’s something we may be able to help with. You will not receive any treatment at this appointment but it can be helpful if your uncertain whether we will be able to help you.
|New Patient Appointment||£65|
‘I was over the moon to find that Claire had opened her own clinic! Would highly recommend her, she is so easy to get on with, very empathetic and her knowledge base is vast when dealing with antenatal and post natal problems!’
— Jess Morgan