FAQs

What types of problems can physiotherapy help with?

Common conditions treated include back pain, neck pain, sprains, strains, arthritis, bursitis, tennis elbow, workplace and sports injuries, problems with posture, and reduced mobility. Rehabilitation after surgery is also offered.

Why see a physiotherapist?

Physiotherapists have an advanced understanding of anatomy and pathology and enrich their skills through on-going post graduate education. Physiotherapists are regulated hy the Health Professions Concil which maintains a high standard of ethics and professionalism.

Are your team registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HPC)?

Yes, are registered with The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP)

Do you have a working relationship with other medical professionals?

Yes if further investigation is required we can assist you on this

What does the treatment involve?

  • Depending of your symptom presentation you may receive one or several of the following treatments
  • Manipulation or mobilization of joints
  • Acupuncture
  • Exercise therapy
  • Stretching and strengthening
  • Core stability training
  • Deep tissue and trigger point massage
  • Patient education, home exercises
  • Biomechanical analysis

Is physiotherapy appropriate for back and neck pain problems?

Yes. Back and neck problems are the most common types of injuries that we treat and respond very well to our treatment methods

Can your physiotherapists manipulate?

Yes. Our physiotherapists can use a wide range of manipulations and mobilizations to treat your back, neck and all joints of the body.

When I experience pain or injure myself, how long should I wait before seeking treatment?

We recommend that if you have symptoms for more than 48 hours you should contact us on 07545 826 996

How quickly will I be seen for my first appointment?

Our goal is to offer you an appointment within 24 hours of you contacting us.

What can I expect on my first appointment?

We will ask questions about your symptoms, following this the clinician will perform a series of tests to determine the diagnosis and following the explanation of this to the patient, the initial treatment will be performed

How long does a physiotherapy appointment last?

All appointments are 45 minutes

Should I bring my x-rays with me?

Yes any information you have regarding your condition will be helpful.

What should I wear for Physiotherapy?

Comfort is essential. Bring a pair of shorts if it is a lower back, hip, knee, ankle, or foot problem. Bring a tank top if it is a neck, upper back, shoulder or upper limb.

How much are appointments?

All Physio sessions are 45 minutes long and cost £35. You may also have a 60 minute deep tissue massage for £40

Do you treat patients covered by Medical Insurance?

City Centre Physiotherapy are registered with a number of major Insurance companies. Simply call us on 07545 826 996 to confirm details and book in.

Do you offer home visits?

No

What are your clinic hours?

Currently our opening hours are Monday - friday 08:00 - 21:00 and Saturday 09:00 - .16:00

Is there parking?

There is street parking

What is the cancellation policy?

We ask for 24 hours notice however it may be left to the clinicians discretion.

To find out more or to arrange an appointment with us please call us on 07545826996 or email us on info@citycentrephysiotherapy.co.uk.

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