Every patient at a Harley Court clinic is required to have a consultation* before any treatment can commence. This ensures that a thorough assessment and diagnosis has taken place and an individual treatment plan has been developed to address your needs and concerns.
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*If you are a new patient to Harley Court we ask for a small deposit to secure your consultation. This will be returned in full should you need to cancel your appointment or decide not to go ahead with treatment. If you decide to have a treatment the deposit cost will be deducted from the treatment cost.
Please see our terms and condition page for full details.
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TERMS & CONDITIONS
Booking & Consultation Fees
A consultation fee is required due to the time, expertise & comprehensive assessment offered at your consultation. This is a £25 fee and redeemable against treatment.
Bookings are not scheduled into the clinic diary unless a booking fee has been paid. Payments can be made either over the phone or in person at our head office.
Whilst booking fees are refundable against treatment these are non-refundable nor transferable if an appointment is cancelled or re-arranged less than 3 working days before it was scheduled.
Cancellations or rescheduling can be made by telephone, email or in person.
Please contact the Clinic on 01202 572727 if you think you will be late for your appointment. We will always do our best to accommodate late arrivals. However, there may be times when a late arrival will result in reduced consultation time or rescheduling of your appointment.
The consultation fee is no longer redeemable (where appropriate) after 12 months from your consultation date.
Our Terms are full payment on the day of treatment directly in the clinic. Cash and all major credit and debit cards are accepted, including American Express. We do not accept cheques.
No refunds of any kind will be given on any treatments or any procedures undertaken.
We do not treat persons under the age of 18 years.