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Our fees for treatments are outline in the table below.

First visit (initial examination)

40 minutes

Follow-up treatments

20 minutes

Under 16's first visit

40 minutes

Under 16's follow-up treatment

20 minutes

New patients
If this is your first visit, you need to book in as a new Patient in order to allow enough time to take all the necessary details and a full medical history. If you haven’t been to All align for one year you will need to book in as a new patient due to the time required to assess you. New patients require a 48 hour cancellation notice or will be charged the full fee.

Follow up treatment
These are for people who have already completed a new patient examination within 12 months and the appointment will be approximately 20 minutes.

Should you need to cancel your follow up appointment; we ask for a minimum of 24 hours’ notice to enable us to offer your appointment to someone else who may need it. Patients providing less than 24 hours’ notice or failure to turn up for a booked appointment will be charged a no show fee of £30.

There is a cancellation fee of the full new patient appointment or the treatment fee if you have a follow up appointment if you have not given 48 hours’ notice. We understand that certain events occur, but please discuss this with Diane.

Cancellations can be made via telephone, please leave a message clearly stating your name and appointment date & time (you would be surprised how many people forget to tell us who they are!) or do email us through the website. Thank you.

Health Insurance
Cover for chiropractic care varies between providers. Diane Chaplin is registered with the General Chiropractic Council (GCC) and is recognised by most health insurance companies. Please mention that you would like to use health insurance and check your policy on claiming for chiropractic expenses before making your initial appointment in order that you will be able to claim back the cost of your treatment. Diane does not work with all health insurance companies, so it is important you understand what is required. Many insurance schemes will reimburse chiropractic fees. Some are ‘open access’ (no referral necessary) and others require either GP or consultant referral before your fees for chiropractic care can be claimed. We advise you contact your insurance provider before booking your appointment to get all the information you need.

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