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Chiropractor Through Insurance

We work with many health insurers who cover the cost of the treatment we provide. Whenever possible we will invoice your insurer directly so that you do not need to pay us a thing.

Each insurer will have their own procedures  but, generally speaking, you will need treatment to be be authorised by your health insurer before going ahead. Once you have this authorisation arrange an appointment to see one of our chiropractors and please remember to bring the authorisation details with you.

To make it easy for your insurer to know that you would like to see us specifically you should give them our address, which is: Canary Wharf Chiropractic, 1 Canada Square, London, E14 5AA.

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They might also like to  make reference to our provider numbers. For Bupa they are 30045838 (David Phillips) and 30037900 (Jonathan Cairns), and for AXA it is ZZ04294 (used for any practitioner). For all other providers, such as Aviva, Simply Health, Cigna, WPA or Vitality, amongst others, our address should suffice. Please contact us should you run into any difficulties.

As Bupa recognised chiropractors in Canary Wharf we look after a lot of their members in the area, typically for issues related to work. We also work closely with AXA PPP as a specialist provider for chiropractic treatment in Canary Wharf.

Spending a lot of time sitting down, working long hours and travelling overseas often causes neck and back issues. These are problems with which we have a lot of experience, but we also regularly help clients overcome a problem with a joint or a muscle, or get rid of their headaches.

Our aim is always to carry out a thorough assessment, provide you with a clear explanation and then go about resolving the issue as soon as possible so that you can get back to normal without delay.

You will always be advised what you can do in order to speed up your recovery, such as by doing certain exercises or using a cold pack, and what you should avoid doing.

Sometimes an insurer will only allow you to have a certain number of sessions. Whilst we always endeavour to get you better in the quickest time possible we cannot guarantee that we will achieve everything we want if a limit on the amount of treatment you are allowed has been imposed.

However, it is not unusual for an insurer to show flexibility if they recognise that progress has been made and you would like to continue treatment, so they may extend the limit following a reassessment.

But even if they choose not to you will always have the option of completing your treatment programme by self-paying.
You will of course be able to ask questions about what is involved and you will be able to choose the type of treatment that is carried out.

Once you are happy to proceed you will be asked to give your written consent to treatment, which can be carried out there and then. The whole process from start to finish takes up to one hour.

How many sessions of treatment you will need will depend on what the problem is, how bad it is, how long you have had it and how much improvement you want to achieve.

A session or two might be enough to make a big enough difference to you, although this may only provide a short-term fix. Three or four sessions usually provides a better solution in very straightforward cases, but you could find that 10 to 12 sessions is recommended if the problem is predicted to be stubborn to alleviate.

But you could say, on average for our clients, five or six sessions are usually carried out. However, how many sessions you actually have is always up to you! You can stop treatment whenever you like and you will never be asked to commit to a minimum number. All we will do is make recommendations.

Please know that we will be upfront with you if we are unable to help and you will be referred to the appropriate health professional such as your GP or a specialist.

Although such referrals are uncommon we are always on the lookout for problems that we cannot treat. Chiropractors are trained to recognise the signs and symptoms of such problems and no case is ever assumed to be straightforward until it is concluded otherwise.

All details of your first and subsequent visits will be kept as part of your clinical notes. These are strictly confidential and nobody will be allowed to see your records without your permission but you will always be entitled to copies.

Each insurer will have their own procedures but, generally speaking, you will need treatment to be be authorised by your health insurer before going ahead.

Once you have this authorisation arrange an appointment to see one of our chiropractors and please remember to bring the authorisation details with you.

To make it easy for your insurer to know that you would like to see us specifically you should give them our address, which is: Canary Wharf Chiropractic, 1 Canada Square, London, E14 5AA.

Chiropractic Referral

They might also like to make reference to our provider numbers. For Bupa they are 30045838 (David Phillips) and 30037900 (Jonathan Cairns), and for AXA it is ZZ04294 (used for any practitioner). For all other providers, such as Aviva, Simply Health, Cigna, WPA or Vitality, amongst others, our address should suffice. Please contact us should you run into any difficulties.

As Bupa recognised chiropractors in Canary Wharf we look after a lot of their members in the area, typically for issues related to work. We also work closely with AXA PPP as a specialist provider for chiropractic treatment in Canary Wharf.

Spending a lot of time sitting down, working long hours and travelling overseas often causes neck and back issues. These are problems with which we have a lot of experience, but we also regularly help clients overcome a problem with a joint or a muscle, or get rid of their headaches.

Our aim is always to carry out a thorough assessment, provide you with a clear explanation and then go about resolving the issue as soon as possible so that you can get back to normal without delay.

You will always be advised what you can do in order to speed up your recovery, such as by doing certain exercises or using a cold pack, and what you should avoid doing.

Sometimes an insurer will only allow you to have a certain number of sessions. Whilst we always endeavour to get you better in the quickest time possible we cannot guarantee that we will achieve everything we want if a limit on the amount of treatment you are allowed has been imposed.

However, it is not unusual for an insurer to show flexibility if they recognise that progress has been made and you would like to continue treatment, so they may extend the limit following a reassessment.

But even if they choose not to you will always have the option of completing your treatment programme by self-paying. You will of course be able to ask questions about what is involved and you will be able to choose the type of treatment that is carried out.

Once you are happy to proceed you will be asked to give your written consent to treatment, which can be carried out there and then. The whole process from start to finish takes up to one hour.

How many sessions of treatment you will need will depend on what the problem is, how bad it is, how long you have had it and how much improvement you want to achieve.

A session or two might be enough to make a big enough difference to you, although this may only provide a short-term fix. Three or four sessions usually provides a better solution in very straightforward cases, but you could find that 10 to 12 sessions is recommended if the problem is predicted to be stubborn to alleviate.

But you could say, on average for our clients, five or six sessions are usually carried out. However, how many sessions you actually have is always up to you! You can stop treatment whenever you like and you will never be asked to commit to a minimum number. All we will do is make recommendations.

Please know that we will be upfront with you if we are unable to help and you will be referred to the appropriate health professional such as your GP or a specialist.

Although such referrals are uncommon we are always on the lookout for problems that we cannot treat. Chiropractors are trained to recognise the signs and symptoms of such problems and no case is ever assumed to be straightforward until it is concluded otherwise.

All details of your first and subsequent visits will be kept as part of your clinical notes. These are strictly confidential and nobody will be allowed to see your records without your permission but you will always be entitled to copies.

Where to find us

We are located at 1 Canada Square in Canary Wharf. Click below for directions.

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