We provide a single, fixed price* so there are no surprises.
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Our back to work offer includes a consultation with a knee specialist, an MRI scan and feedback and treatment recommendation from your consultant for a special price of £499*. If further treatment is recommended in your treatment plan, we will offer you a fixed price package for your surgery with us. Your GP will also be notified of your diagnosis and you may choose to follow the NHS treatment pathway.Knee pain treatments
* Full terms and conditions
'Back to work' price package is available for new self-funding patients for orthopaedic consultation appointments. Appointments are subject to availability.
Offer price is only available for appointments with participating orthopaedic knee consultants.
Package includes initial face to face consultation, one MRI knee scan and a follow up telephone consultation and treatment plan advice.
The treatment plan describes your diagnosis and recommended treatment.
Non-offer price would typically be: £250-300 for consultant fees and £330 for an MRI scan.
Additional procedures, surgery or other recommended treatment will incur additional charges. Fixed price quotes for treatments will be provided as part of your treatment plan if required.
Please quote 'back to work' offer when booking you consultation appointment. Price package does not include surgery.
Spire reserves the right to withdraw this offer at any time.
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