How much does a session of physiotherapy cost?
Physiotherapy sessions cost £30.
How long is a session?
The first time you attend a physiotherapy session it can take between 45 minutes and 1 hour.
Follow up appointments take about 30 minutes.
What do you treat?
Any part of the moving body! Typically, lower back pain, neck pain, knee and shoulder injuries, hip pain, elbow, ankles, etc..
What will the treatment involve?
Treatment could involve: manual techniques to manipulate joints; soft tissue massage; electrotherapy including ultrasound and exercise prescription.
Treatment techniques will be tailored to your individual problem.
What should I wear?
If your problem is your neck or shoulder we will need you to undress to your vest. If it’s your lower back, hip, knee or ankle then please wear a pair of shorts.
Do I need a Dr’s referral or can I refer myself?
No you don’t need a doctor’s referral, we are happy to accept self-referrals.
If you have health insurance you may need a referral from your GP first. Check your policy.
How quickly can I be seen?
We offer flexible appointments (evening or daytime) and will make every effort to offer same day appointments if requested.
How do I know if a physiotherapist is qualified?
Professionally recognised physiotherapists should be a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP) and the Health Professionals Council (HPC).
What happens in a physiotherapy session?
The first time you attend physiotherapy, we’ll ask lots of questions to give us a full history of your problem including what aggravates and eases your symptoms and any other medical conditions. This is followed by a hands- on examination of the problem area. Having identified the cause of the problem we will then start the appropriate treatment which may include acupuncture, manual or electrotherapy techniques.