Frequently Asked Questions
What should I expect from the first session?
Your first session will consist of a full assessment. Firstly, we will ask lots of questions to help us to determine the source of your problem. Then we will look at you moving and carrying out some functional activities along with various clinical tests. How much we do in this part of the assessment will be dependent on your pain levels. By the end of the assessment, we will explain our findings and advise you on the best course of action and a plan for your treatment if necessary. If we do not think further physiotherapy is necessary we will of course advise you of this at this point.
Free telephone consultation
We understand that not everyone will know if their problem is appropriate for physiotherapy. If you are not sure, please ring and we will give you free advice as to the best course of action if physiotherapy is not appropriate for you.
What should I wear?
It is advisable to have suitable clothing for an assessment. For lower limb problems, a pair of shorts is usually best and for upper limb problems, a vest top which allows us to see the shoulders.
If you would like us to look at you running or in the gym, please put on the footwear you would normally use for that activity.
What sort of appointments do we offer?
We are very flexible and can be available for early morning, evening and weekend appointments if needed.
Do I need a referral?
Physiotherapists are autonomous practitioners and so you do not need a referral to see us.
How many treatments will I need?
This is hugely variable and can be discussed with you during the first appointment.
How do I pay?
Payment can be made by cheque or cash. Cheques should be made out to: mobile physio 4 you
If you are using your medical insurance, you just need to check with them about payment
To arrange an appointment or to speak to a physiotherapist, call us on 07760865975 or email email@example.com
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