189a Queensferry Road
Rosyth, Fife, KY11 2JH


01383 249660

New Patients

Welcome to Rosyth Chiropractic Clinic

New Patient Information

We are very pleased that you are considering Rosyth Chiropractic Clinic to provide you with care! We have our consent and new patient details forms available here; please feel free to download these and print them off to fill in before your appointment. You can also email these, completed, to us at

New Patient Form

Consent Form – New Patients

GDPR notice

Privacy Policy

Covid-19 Information Sheet

What to Expect

On arrival at the clinic, please come in and find a seat in our reception – this is the first door on your left. Our Chiropractor will come through and take you to one of our treatment rooms. We will discuss the forms you have completed and your medical history; this ensures we are able to advise and provide treatment as safely as possible. Certain medications and conditions will impact on the type of treatment we can give and techniques we can utilise. You will be referred to another professional if Chiropractic care is unsuitable for you.

We then discuss what has brought you to the clinic, and cover any aches and pains you have in as much detail as possible. After this you will receive a physical examination – this will consist of several things, including joint range of motion testing, joint and muscle palpation, and orthopaedic and neurological testing. Ideally, we do this with some clothing removed, and we have gowns available to wear. However, we understand that not everyone is comfortable with this, and remaining fully clothed is fine.

You will then receive a diagnosis and treatment plan from your Chiropractor. If appropriate and if there is time, you will also receive treatment in some form. We do sometimes need you to come back in for an additional appointment to complete your initial consultation – there is no additional charge for this.

What to Wear?

Please wear loose, comfortable clothing. For men, we ask that you wear or bring shorts. For women, shorts and a vest top are ideal. Please avoid wearing skinny jeans, or any clothing that is tight – these make it difficult for us to move you around and you will be ask to remove them – again, we do have gowns for you to use.


Just get in touch if you have any further questions! We are always happy to answer any queries you may have – you can phone, email or send us a message on Facebook!