Introducing a new type of appointment
Due to the coronavirus outbreak, patients affected by disorders of the muscles, bones, ligaments, tendons, and nerves will not be able to attend in-person appointments. Therefore, I am introducing new “Telehealth Appointments”.
Using appointments by phone or by video, Katie, a qualified chiropractor, will be able to offer reassurance, advice on how to manage your symptoms and give you tailored exercises. This ensures you get expert and personalised advice.
There are 3 types of appointments available:
Up to 15 minutes for existing patients
For advice on symptom management and any queries about exercises you have previously been prescribed
Up to 45 mins for new patients
The chiropractor will take a detailed history and perform a virtual examination. This will include, if possible, a diagnosis, advice to manage your symptoms at home and exercises
If necessary, you may be referred to another health care professional
Up to 30 mins, for existing patients
To discuss new exercises or for any new complaints that you may have
Exercises will be provided in video format, with the option to feedback to the chiropractor
How can I book?
What if I don’t have a smartphone or webcam?
Video appointments are preferred, but the appointment can be carried out over the phone too.
How will I access my appointment?
For video appointments, a link will be sent via email beforehand. At the time of your appointment, click on the link and it should connect you. If you are only having a telephone appointment, I will call you at your appointment time.
How can I make payment?
Payment can be made when you book online, or can be arranged beforehand through BACS payment. Unfortunately, I will be unable to take cash payments for these appointments.
What system will you use?
Appointments will take place through my existing booking system, Cliniko, so your data will not be shared with a new system.
What if I need hands-on treatment?
If you require to be seen in person, an appointment will be made as soon as is appropriate to do so.
Do I have to live locally to Nottingham or Southwell?
It is preferred that you live locally but not necessary.