Costs & FAQ

The charge for a physiotherapy treatment session is £50 for up to 40 minutes.

Unless claiming through an insurance company then please pay on the day.

We set our fees to be very competitive given the quality of service we feel is provided.

We have 40 minute treatment slots across the board as we do not feel we can do the job properly in less.

We reassess at every treatment session and the extra time we allow is invaluable to ensuring the best treatment is afforded to the patient.

  • Can I claim through my private health insurance?

    Yes. If you do wish to claim through an insurance company please ensure that they know you are coming for treatment before you have your first appointment.   It may also be necessary for you to have been referred by your GP or specialist and that they sign your claim form. Please ensure that you bring all your insurance details with you when you attend your first appointment. Your invoice will then be sent to the insurance company for payment.

    We would also ask that you check your policy with regard to excess. Your insurance company will deduct your excess from our invoice so we would ask that this could be settled promptly.

  • How much will it cost

    The charge for a physiotherapy treatment session is £50 for up to 40 minutes. Our fees are very competitive given the quality of service we feel is provided. We have 40 minute treatment slots across the board as we do not feel we can do the job properly in less. We reassess at every treatment session and the extra time we allow is invaluable to ensuring the best treatment is afforded to the patient.

  • What if I am unable to attend my appointment?

    Please contact the practice immediately if you are unable to attend your appointment.   If you discover out of clinic hours then there is an answer machine and your message will be picked up the following morning or click on the link at the bottom of our home page and send us an email.

  • Will I be charged for non-attendance?

    We have a large waiting list, please give us at least 24 hours notice. We now have the ability to text you a reminder of your appointment which is sent two days before to give you plenty of time to rearrange.  A 50% charge will be made unless there are exceptional circumstances.

  • What shall I wear?

    To accurately assess and treat we need to have access to the area of the body concerned. This will need some undressing.

    • Men. If it is your neck, shoulder or mid back you will need to have your shirt off. If it is your lower back, pelvis, groin, thigh, shin, ankle or foot we would normally need you to take your trousers off. The most comfortable way to dress is in shorts. Please bring these along with you.
    • Women. If it is your neck, shoulder or mid-back you will need to have your shirt off. We are comfortable for you to be in your bra but a narrow strapped t-shirt would also be fine. If it is your lower back, pelvis, groin, thigh, shin, ankle or foot please wear loose fitting trousers or shorts.
    • Generally the most comfortable way to dress is in shorts. Please bring these along with you and change either before your appointment or we will give you private time during it.
      If you would like to bring a chaperone with you then please do so. We are unable to provide a formal chaperone for you.
    • Athletes. If you are possibly going to be asked to go on the treadmill please bring trainers, any orthotics you may have and your running kit.
  • What are the opening times?

    The clinic is open five days a week, including evening appointments.

    We generally have appointments from 7am until 6.40pm. Please note that the early morning and evening appointments are very popular so there may be a short wait for those to be available.

  • My injury is not sports related, should I still come?

    Of course. 80% of our patients have non-sports related problems. We deal with problems from head to toe in normal people!

  • Wheelchair Access

    We have wheelchair access to the ground floor, designated disabled parking and toilet.

  • Parking

    We have a free car park behind the building from Lower Thrift Street. We would ask that you park with due care, our car park is a very busy place and space is at a premium. Please see the directions page for further details below.

    At the Chris Moody Centre, there is free parking beside the building.

  • Directions

    Billing Road Clinic

    Witty Pask and Buckingham Ltd
    St George’s House
    56 Billing Road
    Northampton
    NN1 5DB

    Tel/Fax: 01604 601641
    Email: reception@wpbphysio.co.uk

    From Junction 15 M1
    Take A45 towards Northampton. Drive for 2 miles past Collingtree and Delepre golf courses and the Barclaycard office and take A428 (at flyover) towards the town centre and the hospital. Take the first exit off of the roundabout, signposted for the hospital. Then immediately take the right-hand lane to turn right at the traffic lights (by BMW garage) into Cliftonville Road and towards the hospital. Drive up the hill past the hospital entrance. At the next set of traffic lights turn right into Billing Road. We are situated approximately a hundred yards on the left. There is a blue sign outside, alongside that for the County clinic.

    For the car park turn first left into Lower Thrift Street. Our car park is the first turning on the left. You can use the sliding back door to come into our reception area.

    Moulton College Clinic

    Chris Moody Centre
    Gate 4, Moulton
    Northampton
    NN3 7QL

    If you are approaching from Market Harborough on the A508, continue past Brixworth and then take a left turn through Pitsford. Continue through the village for approximately 1 mile until you see a left turn for Gate 4, Moulton College.

    If you are approaching from Northampton on the A508, take a right turn through Pitsford and then continue through the village until you see the turn for Moulton College, Gate 4 – Chris Moody Centre.

    If you are approaching from Northampton on the A43, take the Moulton turn at Ashley Lane before the Overstone Roundabout. At the end of Ashely Lane turn left onto Overstone Road. Bear left at the roundabout onto High Street to the next mini roundabout where you bear left again past the Co-Op on Stocks Hill. At the next mini roundabout turn right onto Cross Street past the Theatre. You remain on Cross Street bearing left into West Street (same road) then turn right onto Pitsford Road. Follow along this Road until you see signs for Gate 4 on your right-hand side.