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Consultations are by appointment only, normal practice hours are Monday to Friday, 9.00a.m. to 6.30p.m.
An answerphone is present to take messages at all other times.
Fee Structure – as of 01.09.2021
Initial Consultation £50
Subsequent Consultations £38
Payment is by cash or cheque only please
We reserve the right to charge for broken appointments with less than 24 hours notice.
Facilities for the Disabled
The practice is situated in an early Victorian building with a short flight of steps to the front entrance; dedicated parking spaces for disabled badge holders are located nearby adjacent to Nottingham Playhouse and ordinary parking spaces immediately opposite the practice are usually available without charge to disabled badge holders.
Level access is available to the rear of the premises for wheelchair users and patients and visitors unable to negotiate steps. The waiting room and a consulting room are situated on the same, ground floor level and can be accessed by most wheelchair users.
All personnel are familiar with assisting patients and visitors with special needs and disabilities, including impairment of mobility, sight and hearing. If you have a disability please discuss your individual needs when booking the initial consultation.
In the event that our facilities do not accommodate your needs we will be pleased to arrange a home visit within the Greater Nottingham area.
For patients with private medical insurance, and depending on your health insurer, you may be able to recover some or all of your fees. Please consult your insurer to ascertain the exact provision of your scheme.
Patients intending to claim are asked to discuss this when booking their initial appointment so that the conditions of their insurance can be met. All private health insurers require patients to be referred by their General Practitioner for osteopathic treatment and for the claim to be authorised by the insurer before treatment is commenced.
In the first instance please contact your insurer to ascertain whether a course of osteopathic treatment is eligible for benefit under your scheme.