Fees & FAQ's
Initial Assessment - £110 (75 mins)
Follow-up Session - £90 (60 mins)
Weekend Appointments (available on request)
- Saturday - £125
- Sunday - £150
Will Neurological Physiotherapy help me if I have had my condition for a long time?
Neurological Physiotherapy is based on the brains ability to adapt and change, termed “neuroplasticity”. It has been proven that changes can be made even if you haven’t had therapy intervention for a long time. If your condition is deteriorating, we can optimise your current function and overall condition.
My condition isn’t one that is listed, can you help me?
With years of experience at a national specialist centre, we have experienced almost every adult neurological condition. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch, we will find a way to help you or someone you know.
What space will I need at home and will I need any equipment?
Your treatment will be bespoke to you and your environment. You will not require any equipment initially, we may advise you purchase simple pieces of equipment following initial assessment but this may not be necessary.
Do I have to be referred by a Doctor?
No, anyone can refer themselves. If you have any recent clinic letters or hospital correspondence we may ask you permission to read them and can update your consultant with your consent.
What should I expect at an assessment?
We will ask you some questions about how your condition is affecting you. This is followed by a physical assessment with an explanation of our findings, discussion around your treatment goals and our recommendations for a treatment plan.
Are you recognised by private medical insurers?
We do not deal directly with insurers, however you may be able to claim depending on your policy. You will be provided with an invoice receipt which you can send directly to your insurers to seek reimbursement. We are also familiar with and can complete comprehensive medical reports at an additional charge to support your claim.
What is your cancellation policy?
We understand that sometimes this may be outside of your control but ask that you give at least 24 hours notice.