Whether you’re injured and in pain, a grandparent struggling to lift your grandchild, or an athlete looking to improve your performance, we understand you want to get back to doing the things you love and that’s exactly where your journey with us begins.
At your first appointment we’ll spend the time to really understand what’s causing your pain. We’ll learn about you, your lifestyle, your personal goals and how your injury is holding you back from doing the things you love. Using the latest movement analysis tools combined with our clinical expertise, you’ll get a clear diagnosis of your condition along with an understanding of what can be done about it.
After your diagnosis we’ll work with you to create a treatment plan that’s tailored to your goals. You might want to reduce your pain, restore your movement, or improve your performance. Whatever your goals are, together, we’ll create a treatment pathway to help you get there, and give you clarity on how long it will take.
Our entire team are fully committed to your recovery – but we need you on-board too. That’s why you’ll get detailed information on your condition and practical advice on how you can help with your recovery. Your positive attitude, pro-active approach to home exercises and your wholehearted commitment will mean you’ll have a faster, more enjoyable and a complete recovery.
You’ll work with a positive and inspiring team who are specialists in their field. You’ll get the right expertise and knowledge at the right time through your recovery, and we’ll make sure you’re always making progress on your treatment plan. Our clinics make for a positive and energising environment and you’ll always have access to the latest technology and treatments to help you achieve your goals.
Everything we do is centered around you and your individual goals. Our team will use the very best technology and treatment techniques to get you the best results possible. In addition, you’ll have access to a wealth of other specialities in-house to help you achieve your health goals.
Is the cost of physiotherapy covered by medical insurance? Yes, as Chartered Physiotherapists and members of the Health Professions Council we are recognised by all major health insurance companies. Depending on your individual policy you may have an excess to pay.
Do I need a GP referral for physiotherapy treatment? No, however if you have private medical insurance then we do recommend that you contact your insurer prior to calling us as they may require a medical referral (by a GP or Consultant) before they will authorise your treatment.
What do I need to wear? It is advisable to wear loose comfortable clothing as you may be asked to remove some of your clothing during your assessment. We do provide shorts for you to change into, but please feel free to bring your own if you prefer.
How long will my appointments be? Your first appointment will be for 45 minutes, and every subsequent appointment will be 30 minutes.
Still can’t find your answer? Ask our friendly team by calling 01380 730473.
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