1. Prior to your visit
Call us to book an appointment convenient to you. We have daytime and evening appointments available. Alternatively you can email or contact us through our online contact form.
2. First Consultation
Please bring any insurance details or paperwork related to your condition with you if appropriate. Dress comfortably and remember the physiotherapist is likely to need to observe the area of pain. If you are worried about this, please discuss this with the physiotherapist before arriving as there are often ways around this.
Your first consultation will involve a detailed examination and assessment which is individually tailored to your needs. Your physiotherapist will listen carefully to the type of problem you describe and analyse what structures could be affected and how they should be examined.
A through informed assessment will then be performed to confirm any problems and develop an accurate diagnosis.
The conclusions from this session form a plan of treatment and can be used to predict how much treatment you might need and how much improvement you can expect to acheive.
3. Home Exercises
You may be given exercises to complete between sessions, these are very important and will directly affect the number of sessions you may require. Any problems please do not hesitate to make contact with us.
4. Follow up appointments
Any follow up sessions will be booked at a convenient time for you. We may discuss your treatment with your GP/specialist if appropriate and with your consent.