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Frequently Asked QuestionsWhy choose Spinal Healthcare?
What services do Spinal Healthcare provide?
What medical specialists do Spinal Healthcare have?
Will my insurance company cover my assessment and treatment?
Where are Spinal Healthcare appointments held?
Where is treatment carried out?
Where are the assessments sent to?
Why choose Spinal Healthcare?If you suffer from back pain, neck pain or sciatica, Spinal Healthcare offers rapid, accurate diagnosis, expert advice and access to the latest treatments.
Spinal Healthcare bring together a team of multidisciplinary spine specialists and sophisticated technology, including the latest high resolution MRI scanning.
If you have been suffering over a period of time or just experienced back pain, neck pain or sciatica, Spinal Healthcare can help you find the cause and quickly get you relief.
What services do Spinal Healthcare provide?Fast accurate diagnosis
High quality MRI scans
Expert assessment by our specialist Spine Consultants (Orthopaedic Spine Physicians and Surgeons)
Individual treatment plan for your back pain, neck pain and sciatica
Specialist Spine Physiotherapy
Access to the latest evidence-based treatments
Fixed price assessments, often covered by Private Health Insurance plans
What medical specialists do Spinal Healthcare have?Consultant Orthopaedic Spine Physicians
Consultant Orthopaedic Spine Surgeons
Consultant Interventional Radiologists
Specialist Spine Physiotherapists
Will my insurance company cover my assessment and treatment?Spinal Healthcare accept patients from all major healthcare insurers as well as self-funding patients from the UK and overseas.
Where are Spinal Healthcare appointments held?Spinal Healthcare have a number of clinic locations in London
142-146 Harley Street, London, W1G
Lindo Wing, St Mary’s Hospital, London, W2
The Wellington Hospital, London, NW8
Vista Diagnostics, London, SE1
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Where is treatment carried out?Treatment is carried out at the following locations:
Wellington Hospital, London, NW8
Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth, London, NW8
Lindo Wing, St Marys Hospital, London, W2
Where are the assessments sent to?All patients receive a copy of their assessment. The assessment is also sent to the GP (General Practitioner) and any other Healthcare practitioners involved in the patients care.
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