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New patient consultation with treatment:
• Adult (aged 18 years and over) -£55
• Student (aged under 18 years) - £35
Includes a detailed history and examination comprising of orthopaedic, neurological and chiropractic test followed by a report of findings and treatment if required.
If treatment is not appropriate or possible then a £30 consultation fee will be charged for adults and a £20 consultation fee for students (aged under 18 years).
Please allow up to one hour for your new patient consultation visit.
Existing patient returning after two years:
• Adult (aged 18 years and over) - £35
• Student (aged under 18 years) - £25
This category applies to existing patients who have not attended the clinic in over two years. Prices include a detailed history and examination comprising of orthopaedic, neurological and chiropractic tests followed by a report of findings and treatment if required.
Bromsgrove Chiropractic Clinic offer a free, no obligation appointment with one of our chiropractors to discuss your concerns. This is ideal if you are not sure whether your condition requires chiropractic treatment or you should see your GP.
When booking, please specify the free chiropractic assessment at the time of booking.
Find out more about the practice, the conditions we treat and more information about your visit to our clinic.
We have a current special offer running on your first visit consultation with treatment.
• Adult (aged 18 years and over) - £34
• Student (aged under 18 years) - £24
Includes the appropriate techniques as determined by your chiropractor. Treatment may include chiropractic adjustments, soft tissue therapy, acupuncture, rehabilitative exercises and ergonomic advice.
Please allow 15 minutes per treatment session. If additional time is required, no additional charge will be made for the session.
• Digital x-rays per single area - £80
• MRI scan per single area - £200
• Bromsgrove Chiropractic Clinic retains ownership of all x-rays.
Most insurance companies will cover chiropractic fees. Sometimes the patient may need to be referred by their GP or in some instances a consultant. Please check with your own insurance company.