Frequently Asked Questions
How much is a Physio treatment session?
Your first appointment will include an initial assessment and also your first treatment session, lasting up to 45 minutes at a cost of £45. Follow up appointments if required, last 30 minutes at a cost of £40.
Do you offer sports & remedial massage?
Not currently. However, we can send you the details of someone we recommend.
Do I need to be referred by a doctor?
No, patients can refer themselves or be referred by their doctor or consultant.
How do i pay?
We have a card payment terminal in the clinic. Alternatively, you can pay via bank transfer – this has to be done prior to your appointment date.
Can i park nearby?
Yes. The clinic offers plenty of free off-road parking situated on a large, flat carpark directly outside the main entrance.
Does the clinic offer disabled access?
Yes. The clinic is situated on the ground floor just a short distance from the main entrance.
How do i know the treatment will be of a high standard?
We are registered with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and also the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). This means we adhere to the CSP’s Rules of Professional Conduct. The HCPC is an independent, Uk wide health regulator, set up to protect the public, this insures we meet standards for training, professional skills, behaviour and health.
What should i expect from my first appointment?
Your first appointment will last up to 45 minutes. It will involve a thorough assessment, in which you will inform your physiotherapist of your current problem and then a suitable examination will be completed. Following this your physiotherapist will discuss an appropriate treatment plan and carry out the first treatment session. Follow up sessions will last 30 minutes.
8.30am - 20.30pm
Tuesday - Friday
8:30am - 17:30pm
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Our Physiotherapists are all members of the Chartered Society Of Physiotherapy (CSP) and registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
This proves we have all reached high standards of professional care and we adhere to the CSP’s Rules of Professional Conduct.