Do you work with Private Health Insurance?

Yes, we do work with Private health Insurers such as BUPA, AXA, AVIVA, Vitality, CIGNA, WPA, SimplyHealth, etc.

If you do wish to be treated under your  Private health Insurance then you contact your insurers for a consultant referral to us.

Do I need a referral from my GP?

No you do not.

But if you are planning to cover costs via Private health Insurance (i.e. BUPA,  AXA, AVIVA, Vitality, CIGNA, WPA, SimplyHealth, etc) then you DO need a consultant referral to us from your insurers.

Do you make home visits?

Unfortunately we are unable to offer home visits for those who have difficulty travelling or are immobile.

We recommend treatment at our clinic as we have advanced equipment at our premises that will aid in your treatment.

There is easy access from where you park your car into the Clinic.

Is parking available?

Yes. At C3 Chiropractic Clinics, there is FREE off-street parking for all patients.  This space has a restricted number of spaces, but normally there are spaces available.

There is also excellent dedicated FREE car parking spaces along the high street outside the clinic. Spaces are located 50 yards either side of the traffic lights.

There is easy access from where you park your car into the Clinic.

Do I need to contact my GP?

You do not need to contact your GP unless you wish to. However some insurance companies require a GP referral letter if you are seeking to claim the cost of your chiropractic treatment from your insurance company.

How Many Visits Will I Need?

This will depend on:

  • Your particular condition
  • How severe it is
  • How long you have had the condition
  • Your treatment response
  • How much of your chiropractor’s advice you follow.

Your Cardiff chiropractor will explain this to you and design a treatment programme which best suits your needs.

Will Treatment Hurt?

Chiropractic treatment is generally painless, and some patients experience relief immediately afterward treatment. Patients who come for treatment suffering with moderate to serve pain may experience some minor temporary discomfort for obvious reasons. Don’t worry if you hear a clicking or popping noise when one of your joints is being adjusted – this is perfectly normal with some forms of treatment.

How effective is chiropractic?

There is a range of scientific evidence from randomised clinical trials (Bronfort Report) to prove the effectiveness of chiropractic treatment for a variety of musculo-skeletal conditions including low back pain, neck pain, cervicogenic headaches, dizziness and migraine, as well as a number of upper and lower extremity disorders. Official government guidelines from the NICE suggest the early referral for manipulative treatment, such as chiropractic is the most effective way of dealing with acute and chronic low back pain.