Our physiotherapists treat adults (18+) for a wide range of musculoskeletal problems, from tennis elbow to policeman’s heel. The most common conditions they are asked to treat are low back pain, shoulder and neck pain and knee injuries.
Our physios work in conjunction with three surgeries, and all patients are referred by their GP at one of the following:
About 80% of treatments are carried out in the surgery, but an important aspect of our service is the ‘mobile’ part of Mobile Physio. When a journey to the surgery may be difficult, uncomfortable or impossible, we can bring treatment and advice to people in their own homes, generally for our most elderly patients.
Our dedicated team of physios are fully qualified and are all registered with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists and the Health & Care Professions Council. They take their continuing professional development seriously and regularly attend updating courses and training programmes to ensure that they meet the exacting standards required by modern medicine in line with NHS clinical governance. To read more about our physios, click Here.
What can you expect when you visit one of our physios?
Your first appointment will include a detailed assessment as well as a first treatment session. A full course of treatment may extend to up to five treatment sessions. Additionally, your physio may give you exercises to do at home or lifestyle advice to follow.See Useful Links at the bottom of this page for more information on physiotherapy and the local surgeries covered by Mobile Physio.