If you've got a question about physiotherapy or our clinic, you might well find the answer below. If not, just give us a ring; we'll be happy to answer your queries.
What should I wear?
Please wear comfortable clothing, so we can examine you properly and teach you some therapeutic exercises. During your physiotherapy treatment we may ask you to remove some of your clothes. This is so we can assess your condition correctly. If you don't feel comfortable doing so, that's absolutely fine, but please bring shorts, a T-shirt or vest to change into instead.
You are also more than welcome to bring a chaperone into your treatment session with you if desired. If you are unable to bring a chaperone with you, but you are still keen for one to be present, please make this known to the practice at your booking in. Then we can ensure that another member of staff attends the appointment with you, to act in your best interest.
Where can I park?
We have no on site car parking, but just along from the clinic approximately 100m there is a free public car park, which does have disabled parking.
Are your physiotherapists members of a professional body?
Yes, we're all members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (which used to be known as state registration).
How long are the appointments?
Appointments last for approximately 40 minutes, but this can vary slightly depending on your circumstances or on the insurance company you are with. This gives us time, on your first visit, to fully assess you and usually begin treatment. On your following visits, it allows us time to reassess and treat you.
How much does treatment cost?
Please see our treatment price list
Do you have waiting lists?
No. We may be able to see you on the day of your call and, if not, we'll usually be able to give you an appointment within a day or two, unless you have time restrictions of your own.
What should I wear for my treatment?
Please wear comfortable clothes so we can examine you properly and teach you some therapeutic exercises. To examine you properly, we may ask you to remove some of your clothes. If you don't feel comfortable doing so, that's absolutely fine, but please bring shorts and a T-shirt or vest to change into instead.
What happens if I have private health insurance?
You'll need to contact them to check their requirements. Most companies ask that you see your GP before coming to us, and they may specify a limit of cover or a particular time frame. Usually they will pay us direct on receipt of our invoice, or you can choose to pay us and claim the money back from them.
Do you treat NHS patients as well as private ones?
Yes, but only if referred directly by GPs within the Rushcliffe area under contract with Rushcliffe’s Clinical Commissioning Group.
Do I need a referral from my doctor?
Patients can self refer or can be referred by their GP, consultant, Company doctor or insurance company. Some insurance companies may require a referral from your doctor before treatment can commence.
Can I bring a chaperone with me?
Yes, please feel free to bring a chaperone to your appointments. This is a legal requirement with patients under the age of 16 years of age.
What payment methods do you accept?
Unless your treatment is being funded by a private medical insurance company or via the NHS, then payment will be requested after each treatment session. We accept all major debit and credit cards, cash or cheque.
Got a Question?
Simply call us on 01509 856 274. Your call will be treated in confidence. Alternatively use our contact form...
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Treatment Price List