How soon should I see a physio once I experience pain or an injury?
We would recommend attending as soon as possible. Early intervention can resolve the problem a lot quicker and prevent a bigger impact of the pain or injury.
Do I need to see a doctor first?
It is not necessary to see your doctor first before attending for physiotherapy. Our physiotherapists are qualified to perform a full assessment of your problem and offer you guidance on how to manage your problem. We have a close working relationship with the local GPs and can liaise with them if we feel further medical intervention is required.
How long is an appointment?
Each appointment lasts 30 minutes
What are your fees?
For a 30 minute appointment the cost is £51.00
What should I bring with me to my initial appointment?
You may be required to remove items of clothing so the physio is able to perform a full assessment of your problem. Depending on the problem, we would ask patients to bring with them a vest top for problems to do with the neck, shoulders and arms and shorts with them for problems relating to the lower back and legs.
Can I bring someone with me?
You are very welcome to bring someone with you to your appointment and they are also welcome to sit in the consultation room during your physio session.
Are your physiotherapists registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP)?
We have a team of 11 physios who are all over 10 years qualified. Our physios are all HCPC and CSP registered.
Can I use my private medical insurance to see you?
We work with all major private medical health insurance companies. If you would like guidance on how you can attend using your private insurance then please contact our reception team on 01625 50077 for further information.
Do you have a car park?
Yes, we have our own car park. It may get busy at peak times. Clients may use the Sainsbury’s car park across the road, which is free to park for your appointment time.