We are open and working within Covid safe guidelines as advised by Public Health England.
13/06/2022 – Wearing a Face Covering in the clinic is now optional for you. The Physiotherapist may continue to wear a mask, especially if the treatment means very close contact with you. You may request that your Physiotherapist wears a face covering.
Please call 01603 881184 or email: email@example.com for an appointment.
If you are in need of help but prefer not to come to the clinic we can do a consultation over the telephone or via a video link. our telephone answer machine will take messages 24/7.
Park Physiotherapy has been established since 1998. We are a friendly and experienced team of Chartered Physiotherapists, all registered with the Health Care Professions Council. All our musculoskeletal physiotherapists are members of Physio First which is the private physiotherapy organisation for Chartered Physiotherapists. Physio First has recently developed a Quality Assurance Scheme (Physio First QAP – QAC Media eBooklet 2019). As a clinic we achieved Quality Assured Clinic (QAC) status in September 2019. Within the clinic we have three members of the team who have gained Quality Assured Practitioner (QAP) status. We continue to input our patient data to maintain this status.
If you are suffering with an injury, muscle or joint problem, back pain or any discomfort. We are here to provide the highest standard of assessment, treatment and advice, using the latest techniques and following Evidence Based Practice guidelines following up to date research. Please call us if you have any questions, our friendly receptionist will make sure that one of our physiotherapists will speak to you when they are able to.
Within the team we have different areas of interest and specialism’s which enables us to consult and refer within the practice. We are dedicated to understanding the cause of your problem, providing a diagnosis with detailed advice and tailoring your treatment to your problem.
The majority of our patients self refer as they have been recommended to us. We also take referrals from GP’s and Medical Consultants. We will write to your GP if you have self referred for treatment (unless you request otherwise) informing your GP of the problem and our proposed treatment. If necessary we may suggest further investigations. If you are looking to claim for your treatment from a medical insurance company, speak to us first. There are some medical insurance companies we no longer work with due to their restrictions on our treatments and lack of recognition of our skills and experience.
Call us to make an appointment at a time that is convenient to you. The receptionist will ask some questions to find out about your problem so we can make you an appointment with the most appropriate Physiotherapist.
Please call us to make an appointment (01603 881184), our receptionists can organise an appointment for you very quickly.
We are following the latest guidelines from Public Health England. Please continue to read for the details.
We are only able to accept patients with a pre-booked appointment. Please call or email the practice to speak to a member of the team.
All patients will be asked to give their consent to treatment prior to attending.
Patients are asked to wait in their vehicle in the car park outside the clinic until their appointment time when you may come in to the reception area. The toilet facilities are open.
If you are unwell or have been in contact with anyone with confirmed Covid-19 in the previous 7 days. please let us know and do not attend for your appointment.
Wearing a mask in the clinic is now optional for you. Your Physiotherapist may wear a mask during treatment, especially if close contact is needed. If you prefer your Physiotherapist to wear a mask throughout the treatment please let us know.
Hand sanitisers and hand washing facilities will be available for patients to use on entry and leaving the premises, if you wish.
We request that only one person attends for an appointment. Please let us know if you need to be accompanied for treatment e.g. due to mobility problems. All children under 16 must have a parent or suitable adult with them for treatment
If you have any concerns, please speak to a member of our clinic team before making your appointment.
- Muscle and Joint Problems
- Spinal/Neck/Shoulder Pain
- Sports Injuries
- Muscle strains and sprains
- Chronic overuse injuries
- Pregancy related muscle & joint problems
- Pelvic pain
- Pelvic floor and continence problems (male & female)
- Neurological problems to include:
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Stroke and Brain Injury
- Parkinsons Disease
(This list is not exhaustive – call us to discuss your condition)