We offer expert physiotherapy advice and information on all types of diagnosis, injuries and the appropriate treatment necessary to aid in healing and rehabilitation. We are here to answer any questions you may have.
Q.What is physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy is the treatment and rehabilitation of the physicaldysfunction of the body. Physiotherapy, often referred to as physio, uses physicalmethods, such as soft tissue manipulation and joint mobilisation, topromote healing and wellbeing.
Q.What type of problems can physiotherapy help with?
Physiotherapy can help with spinal problems, pain relief for sports injuries, soft tissue injuries, joint problems, women’s health, mechanical dysfunction, occupational injuries, repetitive strain and post surgical rehabilitation. Learn More
Q.How effective is physiotherapy?
In the vast majority of cases, physiotherapy is considered extremely effective for various conditions using manual therapy, acupuncture, electrotherapy and exercise. View Treatments
Q.Why see a physiotherapist?
Physiotherapy is often used to help restore a person’s range of movement and strength after injury or illness. Patients can be referred to by a GP or consultant.
Q.What can I expect to happen in a consultation?
Patients receive a detailed examination and assessment. This is discussed and any questions answered. An appropriate course of treatment will be offered. The cost of treatment will be advised. Our practice accepts VISA, MasterCard, and Debit cards. We also accept cheques, cash, and online payment may be made using BACS.
Q.Can I claim the cost through insurance?
Patients may reclaim their fees from their insurance company, subject to the terms and conditions of their personal medical cover. However, conditions and limits vary and you should check with your insurance company prior to treatment.
Q.How do I book an appointment?
Patients are able to refer themselves directly for physiotherapy. You may also be referred by your GP or Consultant. Contact Us
Please note that missed appointments and cancellations without 24 hours notice are charged at the full price of your treatment.