What services are available at The Back and Body Clinic?
Both the Moulton and Wootton Clinics have the same opening times and all offer:
-Osteopathy is also available at the Wootton Clinic
How many locations do The Back and Body Clinic have?
The Back and Body Clinic have two locations in Northampton:
-The Back and Body Clinic: Wootton Fields -The Back and Body Clinic: Moulton
Where Is the Moulton Clinic and how do I get there?
The Address is: The Back and Body Clinic, Park View (A43), Moulton, Northampton. NN3 7TN.
From Northampton: The Clinic is on the A43. If you are coming out of Northampton you need to get onto the A43 towards Kettering. You will come off the big ‘Toby Carvery’ roundabout towards Kettering and the Clinic is approximately half a mile further on your right. You will see two large ‘Back and Body Clinic’ signs outside the Clinic which can be clearly seen from the road. If you get to the next round about and see the Shell petrol garage, you have gone too far.
From Kettering: Once on the A43, you will get to a roundabout which has a Shell petrol station to the right of it. Overstone is signposted at the first exit (left) and Moulton is signposted at the 3rd exit (right). You need to go straight over that roundabout (2nd exit). The Back and Body Clinic is 100m past the roundabout on the left. You will see two large ‘Back and Body Clinic’ signs outside the Clinic which can be clearly seen from the road.
Where Is the Wootton Clinic and how do I get there?
The Address is: 15 Tudor Court, Wootton Fields, Northampton NN4 6FF
The Back & Body Clinic is in the shopping centre in Wootton Fields near the Co-op and Busy Bees nursery. You will see The Back & Body Clinic as you turn into the local centre on the left hand side. You just need to ring the buzzer and our reception will release the door for you to enter and report to reception.
From town – From the Queen Elenor roundabout take the exit towards Hardingstone down the Newport Pagnel Rd. Turn Right on the Wootton/ Hardingstone Roundabout down Wootton Hope drive , carry on down there until you come to the local centre on the right. You will see The Back and Body Clinic as you turn into the local centre on the left.
From J15 M1– go down the A45 towards Northampton. Come off at the first junction. Go left at the roundabout and over the bridge, carry on straight over the round about up Wooldale Rd, go straight over two more roundabouts and take the next left down, Wootton Hope Drive. You will come to the local centre on the left. You will see The Back and Body Clinic as you turn into the local centre on the left.
Is there free parking?
Yes we have free parking right outside both Back and Body Clinics.
Please give us at least 24 hours notice if you wish to cancel or amend your appointment booking so that we are able to offer your appointment time to other patients. You will be charged in full for all missed appointments and appointments cancelled without 24 hours’ notice. We are pleased to offer a 50% reduction to all cancellation fees if you rebook your appointment immediately.
Charges for non attendance
You will be charged in full if you fail to attend an appointment. We are pleased to offer a 50% reduction if you rebook your appointment. This charge will apply to you directly even if your sessions are normally paid for by an insurance company or a solicitor.
How long does an appointment last?
Physiotherapy, Osteopathy, Acupuncture and 1:1 Pilates appointments are approximately 30 minutes. Podiatry new patient appointments are approximately 45 minutes and follow up appointments are approximately 30 minutes. Sports Massage appointments are either approximately 60 or 30 minutes depending on your preference. Insurance appointments vary depending on the company. Please ask if you are unsure when booking.
How much is a session?
Physiotherapy and Podiatry sessions are £45 for a new patient appointment and £40 for a follow up appointment. Sports Massage sessions are £50 for a 60 minute appointment and £25 for a 30 minute appointment. Acupuncture and 1:1 Pilates are £40.00 for all appointments.
How do you pay?
You pay at the end of your session at reception. Cash, Credit and debit cards are accepted.
What is the earliest /latest appointment?
08:00 am – 20.00pm
What days is the clinic open?
All day Monday – Friday and Saturdays until 16.00.
What should I wear?
Comfortable clothing that allows the problem area to be exposed eg: if it’s a problem with the legs bring shorts, if it’s a neck problem wear a vest top.
What do I need to bring?
Bring anything that may help the therapist with their diagnosis. eg if you’re a runner with a running injury bring your trainers.
If you have previous scan or x-ray reports or consultant letters- if possible bring them with you.
If you are insured bring insurance details with authorization codes.
What is involved?
The first appointment is an assessment, where your pain/ injury will be examined; the therapist will then give you a diagnosis, and commence the treatment whilst discussing all the options available to you.
Do you do acupuncture?
Yes, some of our practitioners are trained in Western Acupuncture. See the meet our team
Do you do manipulation?
Yes, all practitioners are very advanced and have postgraduate qualifications in manipulation and all other manual therapy techniques
Are you covered to treat people with medical insurance?
Yes, we are registered with:
- AXA PPP
- Rehab works
- Med Ccare
- Healix health services ltd
- Pru Health
- Simply Health
- Cigna healthcare
- Angel and Bowden
- Aviva health uk ltd
- CS health care
- General and Medical
- Westfield Health
- The Treatment network
- Physio Link
Will you give me a discount?
We are sorry, but The Back and Body Clinic are already very competitively priced. They are very highly qualified and experienced practitioners unlike lots of other Clinics who take on inexperienced staff and so their price is already very low based on the quality of care you will receive.
What is Physiotherapy/Osteopathy?
Physiotherapy and osteopathy combine a thorough understanding of human anatomy, biomechanics (human movement) and pathology (human injury and disease) to accurately diagnose your condition. The treatment and rehabilitation aims to help restore movement and function to enable you to return to previous levels of function and achieve your goals – from returning to work to high level sport.
What happens during Physiotherapy/Osteopathy?
- Assessment – First we will take a detailed history of your complaint, we will then do a physical examination where we will complete a variety of tests including range of movement, muscle strength and joint tests.
- Diagnosis – We will explain the diagnosis to you in a way that you understand. We will discuss your treatment options with you and give you an estimation of how long it will take.
- Treatment – This may consist of a variety of hands-on techniques including mobilization, manipulation, spinal realignment and deep tissue massage. Acupuncture and electrotherapy are also available.
- Rehabilitation – You will be given a rehabilitation program that is tailored to your needs and progressed to enable you to achieve your optimum health and fitness.
- Injury Prevention – Restore and optimise function and prevent recurrence where possible.
Who is Physiotherapy/Osteopathy for?
Whatever your age, choice of lifestyle or sporting activity, therapy can help you overcome your pain or injury. Self-referral has been proven to reduce the amount of time people are off sick and early intervention can be vital to prevent an acute problem becoming chronic.
Why come to the Back and Body Clinic?
We are highly skilled practitioners with advanced postgraduate qualifications and many years of experience. You can therefore be confident of an accurate diagnosis and optimal treatment. We are experts in the treatment of back pain, neck pain and many other common or complex complaints.
We offer a complete package of care and focus on getting to the cause of your problem. Our objective is to get you better as soon as possible so that you can resume your normal activities and get on with your life. Our emphasis will be on ‘hands-on’ treatment and subsequent rehabilitation so you can build on the improvements you make from your treatment with us.
We offer a professional, yet personal and friendly service; everything will always be fully explained to you and we will go the extra mile to help.
What conditions do we treat?
Here are some of the most common conditions we see:
- Lower back pain
- Neck pain
- Sports Injuries
- Repetitive Strain Injuries
- Frozen Shoulder
- Occupational Injuries
- Prolapsed Discs
- Joint Pain
- Post-Operative Rehabilitation
This list is not exhaustive and we would be happy to assess you for any pain or injury.