Our Services and Fees

New Patient Consultation


The initial consultation will take between 45-60 minutes. In this appointment we will get to know you and the problem you have been experiencing (See “What To Expect” for more information). 

You will then be given an explanation of what the problem is, as well as an explanation as to how it happened, what we can do for you and how long it will take to improve. 

If appropriate and you are happy to go ahead, you will receive treatment at this visit.

Follow up Treatment


Follow up treatments will take around 15-20 minutes depending on the complexity of the case.

These sessions will consist of finding out how you have felt since your last session, performing some outcome tests to see how the area is responding and then continue with appropriate treatment as agreed upon in your treatment plan.  

Corrective exercises will also be shown to you to be performed at home.


Golf Performance Assessment

New Patients - £80.00

Existing Patients - £50.00

Golf Performance Assessment visits will typically last between 45-60 minutes.

These sessions will involve asking about your golf history, past injuries and current physical state. Further movement tests will be performed including a full TPI (Titleist Performance Institute) movement assessment. This will give us a physical health measurement score that we can track on future visits to measure your improvement.

We will give you a plan on how to correct any faults picked up by the movement screening (see “Golf Specific Assessment” for more information) and let you know how chiropractic care might fit into the picture. 

Sports Specific Treatment


Sports Specific Treatment sessions will last between 30-45 minutes depending on the complexity of the case and the type of exercises needing to be performed.

This appointment type is geared towards performing a sports specific biomechanical assessment of your movement patterns to fully understand how they are affecting your sporting performance.

These appointments allow us to perform some corrective exercises within the session if appropriate.