Chiropractic Treatment Fees
Follow up session - £58
For patients who have been seen at this clinic within the last two years
Reassessment & treatment session - £68
For patients who have previously been seen at this clinic, but whose last session was more than two years ago.
(Please email us if you are unsure of the date of your last session.)
Assessment & treatment session - £85
(50% deposit required, fully refundable subject to our cancellation policy)
Your first treatment can be included in the initial session as long as you have completed our New Patient Information form by the day before your session. The form link will be emailed to you when you book.
Assessment only: £70
You must complete our our New Patient Information form by the day before your session. The form link will be emailed to you when you book.
To cancel an appointment:
please use the cancellation link in your appointment confirmation email.
We ask that you please give at least 48hrs notice of cancellation so that we have time to offer your slot to another patient.
To make a cancellation within 48hrs of your appointment, please email us.
Late cancellation fees:
Less than 48hrs notice - 50% of the treatment fee
Less than 2hrs notice - 75% of the treatment fee
Non-attendance - full treatment fee
You will receive a payment link via email after you cancel, which will enable you to pay by card.
Private Medical Insurance
Should you wish to claim through private health insurance, please first check with your provider that your policy covers you for chiropractic treatment. A receipt can be provided with the relevant information for a claim.
Fees must be paid at the time of the consultation - we are sorry but our chiropractors are not able to administer health insurance claims.
McTimoney Chiropractic is a low force chiropractic technique, which uses gentle, fast, light adjustments to mobilise and realign the joints of the body, with particular emphasis on the spine and pelvis.
McTimoney is a precise and gentle treatment. No large twisting manoeuvres are used and the technique avoids any sharp turning of the neck.
Chiropractic has been proven in clinical trials to be effective in relieving low back pain, and can relieve the pain of upper back and neck problems, as well as many other conditions.
Chiropractors train for five years to achieve a Masters level qualification (MSc) and must be registered with the statutory regulatory body (the GCC) in order to practice.
You can find out more about McTimoney Chiropractic by visiting the MCA website.
Common conditions that can be helped with chiropractic treatment
What to expect at a session
When you visit a chiropractor at Tillow Barn you will have already completed an online New Patient Information form (link sent to you by email), which will have given your chiropractor a good idea of your history and what has prompted you to seek treatment. At the start of your session your chiropractor will usually ask a few more questions to clarify the questionnaire. They will usually take your blood pressure and will then assess you, using gentle range of motion testing and, if needed, some orthopaedic and neurological tests.
You will then be asked to lie on the treatment couch, where your chiropractor will assess your joints, including your spine and pelvis, and use light gentle adjustments, some of which are specific to the McTimoney technique, to mobilise and align your skeletal framework. McTimoney Chiropractic does not aim to 'crack' or 'pop' the joints in the way that some other treatment modalities do. Some people prefer the McTimoney technique for this reason as they feel it is a more comfortable experience. Our chiropractors will also often use soft tissue massage techniques and medical acupuncture alongside chiropractic adjustments where they feel this will benefit you.
Patients at this clinic need on average three or four sessions to resolve their initial presenting problem. It is unusual to need any more than six sessions to resolve an issue and some take only one or two. Our chiropractors spend at least half an hour with you at each session and they will discuss how many sessions they feel you might need before your treatment commences.
Find out more information about the technique at
Jean S, Dorking
Elinor Bailey, Dorking
N Stevens, Redhill
Rebekah Firman, Redhill
Neil Bradshaw, Reigate
Lee Maidens, Guildford
Tillow Barn Health
Tillow Barn Health & Wellbeing is a converted barn set in peaceful, private surroundings just outside the picturesque village of Brockham in Surrey.
With ground floor treatment rooms and private parking immediately outside, it is easily accessible from the A25, which runs between Dorking and Reigate. Tillow Barn is also within within easy reach of Leatherhead, Horsham, Horley and Crawley.