Whalley Physiotherapy


Initial Assessment and First Treatment £45.00
Further Treatment (per session) £40.00

Payment for all treatments are to be made at the time of the treatment.


Your initial assessment and first treatment will last typically between 30 and 45 minutes with follow up treatment sessions lasting up to 30 minutes.

For your initial assessment, we will need to know as much about your condition as you can tell us. If you are being referred by your GP or Consultant, you should bring your referral letter and any insurance details you may have (claim forms, policy references etc).

Please, where available, bring any information you have regarding your condition including reports, scans, x-rays along with any support aids you currently use and exercise sheets where applicable.

Best also to wear loose fitting, comfortable clothing when you come along for your treatment.

Treatments Under Health Insurance Arrangements

The Whalley Physiotherapy Clinic and our Physiotherapists are recognised by the major Private Medical Insurance organisations and our treatments are available under arrangements with these organisations.

If your treatment is to be provided under your medical insurance, please note the following arrangements which must be followed.

  • Call us to check that your insurance company is one we have arrangements with.
  • A GP or consultant referral is usually required in order to claim under most policies. If you do not have a referral, you may need to make an appointment to see your GP.
  • Contact your insurance company to inform them you have been referred for physiotherapy treatment at The Whalley Physiotherapy Clinic.
  • Bring with you to your appointment your valid membership number and authorisation number

We will invoice your insurance company directly so you need not pay for your treatment at the time. But please note that failure to provide both a valid membership number and/or authorization code may result in you being liable for payment.

Please note that it is your responsibility to ensure that your insurance cover is up to date and adequate for the treatment. You will be liable for payment in full of any shortfall in settlement of your claim under the insurance.