Our fees vary depending on what type of treatment you have booked with us. Please see our price list included for your convenience. We accept all major credit & debit cards, excluding American Express. Alternatively, we’re happy for you to pay via BACS.
Sports and Remedial Massage
45 Minutes £45
Deep Tissue Massage
45 / 60 Minutes £45 / £65
Please note that the fee for a 60-minute massage will increase to £70 from 1 December
Foot Health Care
New Patient Consultation £58
Follow-up Consultation £50
Lymphatic Drainage Massage
Pre & Post-Natal Massage
60 minutes £65
Please note that the fee for Lymphatic Drainage & Akwaterra Massages will increase to £70 from 1 December
Ear Wax Removal
£35 Consultation Fee
If an immediate follow up appointment is required this will be charged at 50% of the above.
New Patient Consultation £75
Follow-up Consultation £65
Book a treatment or appointment
There will be no charge for appointments cancelled with at least 24 hours’ notice. We will always do our absolute best to rearrange and provide you with an alternative appointment that works for you.
We appreciate that occasionally missing an appointment is unavoidable; unfortunately, if you fail to attend your appointment or cancel with less than 24 hours’ notice – there will be a charge.
More than 24 hours – no charge
Less than 24 hours’ notice – 50%
Less than 8 hours – 100%
Private Medical Insurance
We are pleased to advise that treatment provided by one of our Osteopaths is covered by most Private Health Insurance companies.
Although our services are accepted by most insurers, individual policies can vary, and we cannot legislate for what your provider and policy will or will not cover for you. We therefore recommend you contact your private medical insurance company with your policy details and check ahead of booking your appointment. Upon confirmation please request an authorisation number from them to proceed.
When you attend your appointment with us please bring your policy details and authorisation number with you. For your convenience, in most instances we can invoice our fees directly to your insurer. This means less paperwork for you and you do not need to fund the cost yourself in the first instance.
You should also check with your insurance company whether you need to pay an insurance excess on your claim (you will need to clear the payments for this with us before your insurance company will take over any payments). It might also be helpful to ask what financial limit the insurer may put on your cover for treatment (this is usually a monetary value; a maximum number of sessions or a time limit on when the treatment must be completed by).
If you are not covered for some or all of your treatment it would be necessary for us to invoice you as per our clinic price list.