We are pleased to announce that we are opening for Face to Face appointments again, we of course will be delivering online appointments still. If deemed clinically beneficial, we will ask you to come in for a Face to Face consultation if you are in agreement. Please see our homepage for more information.
We are very proud to be launching this through a remote video consultation service, where we can carry out an assessment of your injury remotely and offer you expert advice tailored to your needs and provide you assess to your own exercise prescription via our Home Exercise Plan software Physiotec https://physiotec.ca/uk/en/, giving you access whenever you need and updated every time you have a consultation.
Despite these uncertain and challenging times we are all facing, people are still getting injured, in pain and in need of support and advice. Understandably the NHS has ceased all MSK physiotherapy, as it is reallocating its workforce in the fight against COVID-19.
Questions About My Online Consultation
Is it easy to use?
It is really easy to use. We will send you a link to the video call, when your appointment time comes you click on the link and we connect online via video.
Zoom can either be download via your app store or for computer via https://zoom.us/download and click download for Zoom Client for Meetings.
What will it involve?
We will carry out an assessment of your injury remotely and offer you individual, expert advice.
We will educate you, give you advice and tips and give you access to your Home Exercise Plan via Physiotec which will aid your recovery.
What will I need?
To carry out a video consultation you will need to have:
- An internet connection
- An email address that we can send your video consultation invitation to
- A device (laptop, computer, iPad, tablet or phone) with video / web cam facilities
How much will it cost?
Initial and follow up appointments will last up to 30 minutes and cost £39, payment will be taken when booking your appointment.
Will my insurance company cover this?
Most insurance companies are allowing video consultations will be covered. If you want to discuss this, please call us on 02392 552266.
How can it help?
- Keep you motivated with your rehabilitation plan
- To ease the number of people suffering with pain if you are in self isolation
- Improve mood
- Improve sleep
- Progress on with your exercises
- Friendly face to speak too
- Advice about what is best to do if you do have pain
- Exercises to reduce pain, improve movement and balance
- Self help tips