19th July 2021
As we move into Step 4 of the roadmap out of lockdown you will be aware that it is no longer a legal requirement to wear masks or socially distance. However as medical professionals, our Physiotherapists will continue to wear their PPE.
If you are attending a Physiotherapy appointment, we would be grateful if you could continue to wear masks (provided that you are not exempt and are happy to do so).
Thanks very much for your help and understanding, but if you have any queries then please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org
4th January 2021
January 2021 lockdown: we remain open for face-to-face Physiotherapy appointments during the lockdown in accordance with guidance but subject to triage. Please call 01249 712288 or email email@example.com to book in. We also offer virtual appointments for £15 per 15 minutes.
Our Physiotherapists wear PPE and we carry out full infection control procedures. We are committed to carry on helping you as safely as possible.
4th November 2020
We can remain open during the November lockdown for both virtual Physiotherapy appointments and face-to-face appointments.
Chandre will not be able to perform massage or sports massage but she will look forward to seeing you again after the lockdown in December.
1st November 2020
We are currently waiting for guidance from our professional bodies as to whether we can remain open after Thursday, and we will post any updates here as soon as we have them. In the meantime we are of course open as normal until Wednesday for Physiotherapy and massage/sports massage.
27 March 2020
We are watching and taking guidance very carefully in order that we can service and protect paients as much as possible during the Coronavirus outbreak. We remain open for emergency appointments
that would otherwise mean you would attend a doctor or hospital, but otherwise unfortunately, are closed for routine Physiotherapy, Massage and Pilates appointments.
We are open for emergency appointments that meet the following criteria in that your only alternative course of action is:
- to attend hospital; or
- you have urgent rehabilitation needs which if not met, would require you to see your doctor, other secondary care professionals, or social care.
If you do need to see us face-to-face then we are following strict infection control procedures to minimise the risk of transmission as far as we are able to. Please get in touch so that we can chat to you before attending.
If you do not meet the criteria for a face to face appointment we are able to offer video or telephone consultations with Nigel or Simon at a cost of £15 for 15 minutes if you feel this would be helpful. We will be able to do a basic assessment, give advice and give you some measures you can do at home to help until you are able to get to us in person again.
Please emailif you would like to take advantage of this service and we will do everything we can to help you whilst you are at home.
We wish everyone the very best in these difficult and strange times, and please let us know if you are struggling with pain and if there is anything we can do.
If you have any queries or concerns then please get in touch by emailing.