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Spire Tunbridge Well’s Back to work package includes, an initial consultation with a specialist orthopaedic knee consultant, an *MRI scan, your individualised treatment plan and a *follow up with your consultant. If further treatment is recommended following your consultation, we will offer you a fixed price *physiotherapy or surgical package.
To book your appointment or to discuss further simply call 01892 629338 and quote ‘Back to Work’. Alternatively, send an enquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org.Are you eligible for a medical loan?
Terms and conditions
*Back to Work price package is available for self-funding patients for Orthopaedic consultation appointments. Appointments are subject to availability within 5 working days. Offer price is only available for appointments with participating Orthopaedic consultants. Package includes, initial face-to-face consultation, 1 unilateral MRI knee scan, and a follow up telephone consultation with the consultant and treatment advice.
The treatment advice describes your diagnosis and recommended treatment plan.
Non offer price would typically be £250 – £300 for consultation fees and £489 for 1 unilateral MRI knee scan.
Additional procedures or surgery will incur additional charges. Fixed price quotes for these procedures will be provided as a part of your treatment plan if required. Please quote back to work offer when booking your appointment.
Back to work price package does not include surgery, Spire reserves the right to withdraw this offer at any time.
If your consultant requests an equivalent CT scan rather than an MRI scan, the price will remain the same.
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