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Your visit to the Physiotherapist...

If you haven’t been to see a Physiotherapist before, it can be daunting … You may have heard a thing or two about what happens, but it’s good to hear it from the horse’s mouth !

Initial Consultation

The first 10-20 Minutes – Case History.

During your first visit, the Physiotherapist will take a detailed medical history from you and find out what your goals and expectations are from the appointment. This is a great opportunity for you to express your concerns, and ask any questions you may have about your health or injury.

What Is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapists help people affected by injury, illness or disability through movement and exercise, manual therapy, education and advice.

They maintain health for people of all ages, helping patients to manage pain and prevent disease. The profession helps to encourage development and facilitate recovery, enabling people to stay in work while helping them remain independent for as long as possible.

If you suffer from a condition that is affecting your daily life or have unexplained pain or injury, physiotherapy may bring you relief. The goal is to optimise your body to function better, bringing you freedom of movement and a pain-free life. This in turn will improve your quality of life.

Who is it for?

Physiotherapy is for all ages including children.

More About Your Appointment


Now we’ll take a closer look at your injury/health concern by conducting some tests. We’ll usually get you to do some movements to establish where the pain may be stemming from. We may also conduct a neurological, orthopaedic and/or blood pressure screen. This part is hands-on. We will always communicate our intentions throughout the appointment and you can ask questions anytime.


After the assessment we will discuss the diagnosis with you. 

If we feel further tests are needed we’ll talk about it at this point. Most of the time we now talk about your treatment plan.


The bit you probably heard about! We’ll start treatment which may involve exercise therapy, soft tissue massage, joint mobilisation, manipulation or medical acupuncture.

What sort of treatments do Physiotherapists use?


  • Back and neck pain
  • Balance and fall prevention
  • Some respiratory and Cardiovascular issues
  • Joint and muscle problems
  • Arthritic pain
  • Shoulder, elbow, wrist and arm pain
  • Hip, knee, ankle, foot and leg pain
  • Headaches originating from the neck
  • Repetitive strain injuries
  • Sports injuries
  • Pregnancy aches and pains
  • Post-natal discomfort


There is no set number of treatments. This will depend on the severity of the length of time you have had your issue. For minor problems, only a few treatments are needed. The majority may need a course of 4-6 treatments. Treatments normally happen on a weekly basis. When you start to see improvement, your Physiotherapist may extend your next visit to 2/3 weeks to give you time to do your rehabilitation. This will always depend on the plan you’ve made and your practitioner will decide this with you.


First Appointment 50-60 mins £60

Follow up appointments 30 mins £48 

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