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Booking your initial treatment
Please telephone or pop into our reception during the hours of 09.00 – 20.00 Monday – Thursday, 09.00 – 17.30 Friday or Saturday morning between 08:30 and 14:00 to arrange your initial treatment. You can also contact by email to email@example.com
Your initial appointment may take 60 minutes and we would recommend you plan your appointment so that you are able to follow our aftercare recommendations ( please see our Treatment Aftercare page include on our website). Appointments are available between 9am and early evening Monday to Friday, and Saturday mornings.
During this initial appointment your practitioner will take full details of your medical history – covering details of your condition, any previous accidents and injuries, current medication, surgical procedures, general health and lifestyle.
We ask patients to wear loose fitting clothing as your practitioner will ask to see the affected joints/ area of the body. Each treatment room has a gown the patient can wear if they wish. Patients under the age of 18 must be chaperoned.
Booking your follow up treatment
Your practitioner will make recommendations at the initial treatment as to when to plan further treatment and may suggest the interval between your follow up treatments. Normally the first follow up treatment would be planned for between 7 to 14 days after the initial appointment.
Follow up appointment are around 30 minutes.
Standard course of treatments
Most patients respond well to chiropractic treatment and depending on the individual’s condition a course of treatment can vary from 2 to 3 treatments. This can be up to 6 treatments at regular intervals if a patient has carried a long standing injury. Your chiropractor will tailor your treatment plan to you and aim towards routine maintenance treatments at either 3, 6 or 12 monthly intervals.
Physiotherapy/ Sports Injury Treatment:
The course of treatment is all dependent on the individual and what they present with. Usually the practitioner will recommend either a 6 or 12 week course of treatment, again depending on the individual, may be longer or shorter. Your practitioner will tailor and individualised program that will aim to achieve your goals.