Enfield Clinic Treatment Fees
|New Patient £50|
|Follow Up >30min £40|
|Osteopathic Massage 60min £temporarily suspended|
|*Senior citizens and expectant mothers receive 10% discount.|
|Baby & Child up to 16 years|
|New Patient £40|
|Follow Up >30min £36|
|Therapeutic Ultrasound >15min £15|
|Kinesio Taping Application £10-£15|
|New Patient £temporarily suspended|
|Follow Up >30min £temporarily suspended|
|Massage therapy 60min £temporarily suspended|
|Massage therapy 45min £temporarily suspended|
|Massage therapy 30min £temporarily suspended|
Self-paying patients are required to pay for their session in advance or on the day at the end of treatment. Our osteopaths are able to receive cash or credit/debit card payments. We also accept BACS and Paypal payments (please use name and session date or invoice number as reference).
GD Osteopathy & Sports Massage are registered providers with most of the major medical insurance companies. We are prepared to invoice the insurance company direct on your behalf provided you give us the appropriate registration/membership number and claim or authorization number where required at or prior to your initial assessment.
We are unable to invoice insurance companies retrospectively on your behalf. Please note that you are responsible for payment where there is insufficient cover, an insurance company rejects a claim or an excess exists on your policy.
How to make an insurance claim for your Osteopathic Treatment
- Call your insurance company and say that you are in pain and would like to see one of the registered Osteopaths at our Clinic. They will give you a claim number and tell you if you have an excess to pay or not. If there is an excess to pay, you will be informed how much it is.
- Each scheme is different but you may need a GP referral – your insurance company will tell you if you do. If you do need a referral, a telephone call to your GP to get a verbal ‘OK’ is all we need initially to proceed. This means we can see you straight away with no delay in your diagnosis and treatment. If your GP does want to see you first we can arrange an appointment for you soon after this GP visit.
- Book your appointment and quote your insurance company, claim number and inform us if you have an excess to pay and if so how much.