Frequently asked questions
Will physiotherapy help me?
The assessment will enable me to establish this. Should I feel physio is not appropriate, rest assured, I will refer you to the appropriate medical personnel.
Do I need to see my GP before making an appointment?
No, it is not necessary.
Why should I see a Private physiotherapist?
Immediate convenient appointments to suit your busy schedule. Early diagnosis and treatment enabling a more rapid recovery. Adequate treatment time, allowing you to receive individual attention and advice tailored to your needs.
Will you be able to tell me what my problem is?
Yes, a clinical diagnosis will be given after the initial assessment.
May I be accompanied during treatment?
Yes, you are very welcome to bring someone with you.
What should I wear?
Loose comfortable clothing is ideal and, for lower back, hip and leg problems, a pair of shorts would be best.
Are you going to just give me exercises?
No, after the initial assessment and diagnosing the problem, an individual physio treatment plan will be compiled. This will usually consist of a combination of some of the following physio treatment options: hands-on (mobilisations, manipulations or massage-type techniques), electrotherapy (ultrasound etc), acupuncture, advice and graduated exercises.
Do you offer Sports Massage?
Yes, if this is what you require.
By which methods do you accept payment?
Cash or cheque.
Will my Private Health Insurance Company pay?
Patients often use their health insurance to pay for physiotherapy. This usually means you need to pay initially and then I will happily provide you with invoices to allow you to claim your money back.
To arrange an appointment, call now on 01234 881400 or email: email@example.com
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- Sporting injuries
- Musculoskeletal problems
- Back & Neck Pain / Stiffness
- Joint Pain / Stiffness
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