What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy for sports injuries and occupational lower back and neck pain. We offer convenient early morning, evening and weekend appointments for commuters and day time appointments for local residents.

Some of the conditions physiotherapy successfully treat are:

  • Sports related muscle strains and ligament sprains
  • Post surgical rehab (ACL reconstruction for example)
  • Post fracture rehab
  • Achilles tendon pain
  • Running related knee pain and ITB syndrome
  • Plantar fascia pain
  • Low back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Sports related shoulder pain

Your initial physiotherapy assessment and treatment session is 30 minutes and cost £50.

Your follow up physiotherapy treatment sessions are 30 minutes and cost £50.

BUPA Patients

Your initial assessment and treatment session is 30 minutes.

Your follow up treatment sessions are 30 minutes.

Patients covered by BUPA are advised to find out their excess to treatment and pay this fee at the initial session. We will invoice BUPA on your behalf, for us to do this you must have a valid policy, membership number and authorisation code and in many cases a referral for physiotherapy from your GP or triage physio. For us to deal directly with BUPA you will be required to fill in a credit card preauthorisation form so that any excess to treatment can be gathered if you fail to pre-pay at the point of the initial physiotherapy consultation.

Under the data protection act these are securely stored and only charged accordingly.

Other Insurance Companies

We treat patients covered by Private Medical Insurance companies such as Aviva, Cigna, WPA, Pru Health and Simply Health. 

We currently do not cover Axa PPP patients.

Your initial assessment and treatment session is 30 minutes.

Your follow up treatment sessions are 30 minutes.

You must pay for your initial assessment and treatment sessions on the day and reclaim the fees from your insurance company with the receipts provided.

Physiotherapy is a discipline involving hands-on treatment of injuries and the prescription of rehabilitation exercises to help people overcome their pain and dysfunction.

Your initial physiotherapy appointment will normally be 30 minutes. In that time you will be asked to explain your injury, how it happened, how long you have had it and how it makes you feel. You will be asked to set some goals about what you want to achieve from your time spent with the therapist. Your therapist will also run through your past medical history finding out about any medical diagnoses or medicine that you take.

Next your therapist will carry out a physical examination looking at the affected area plus carry out an assessment of your posture and how you move. Once they have carried out this assessment they will put together a treatment plan for you.

In the remaining time of your initial assessment and on subsequent treatment sessions they will carry out this treatment plan and also give you home exercises to do to either resolve your problem or to give you a management strategy to keep your symptoms under control.

Your therapist will endeavor to give you an accurate diagnosis and give you realistic expectations of how many treatments you will require. Most problems can be resolved within 4 to 6 treatment sessions. On occasion your therapist may refer you to a consultant for a second opinion to verify the initial diagnosis and treatment plan.

Your therapist may also refer you to other healthcare professionals that they feel would be appropriate to help you. This may include Pilates instructors, massage therapists, nutritionists, women’s health specialists, craniosacral therapists or yoga instructors.

Please note we have a 24 hour cancellation policy. In order to avoid being invoiced for your treatment please give us more than 24 hours notice if you need to change or cancel an appointment.