Forge Clinic FAQs
Q. How do I book an appointment?
• To speak directly to our receptionists, phone us between 8.30am-8pm Monday-Thursday; 8.30am-6pm on Fridays and 8.30am-2pm on Saturdays.
• Email us at email@example.com – we will reply to all emails as soon as we can.
• Book online through our website – this is a very popular option as it enables you to book an appointment at any time of day from the comfort of your own home.
• Request a call back via our website. If you are unsure as to what type of treatment may benefit you the most this is an ideal option.
Q. What can I expect when I book an appointment?
Q. Is there a waiting list for treatments?
Q. Will I have receive treatment in my initial consultation?
A. Yes, we will begin treatment with a short consultation so we can understand the characteristics of your pain and the nature of your problem, this is then followed by the appropriate treatment. If we feel that treating you raises safety issues for you, we will inform you and refer you to the appropriate professional for further examination.
Q. How many treatment sessions will I need?
Q. What should I wear for my treatment sessions?
Q. Should I bring anything with me?
If you would also like to bring someone along with you to accompany you at your appointment you are more than welcome to do this. We will always ask you if you would like someone to be there with you through your diagnosis and your treatment.
Q. Will treatment hurt?
Q. Is a doctor’s referral required?
Q. What are the payment terms?
Q. Will my private insurance cover the treatments?
Q. What conditions can be treated?
Q. Which is the best treatment for me?
A. The best treatment for you will depend on a number of factors and will vary from person to person. In order to help determine which of our treatments can help you best our professionals will give you their full time and attention to work out what the problem is and what is causing it. By doing this we can find the ideal solution for you.
In some cases our professionals may suggest you try a different type of treatment. If this is the case a practitioner may refer you to a different professional either at the Forge Clinic or within our network of trusted colleagues for further help.
Q. Can I have treatment if I am pregnant?
If you have any further questions please feel free to contact us.