Your physiotherapy appointment

What to expect at your appointment

You will receive an initial appointment either via phone/video or in person with a qualified physiotherapist.

You can expect to receive clinical information about your condition, a prognosis and some advice and education around how to manage and improve your symptoms.

You may go on to have subsequent sessions with the physiotherapist; we also have access to experienced exercise rehabilitation instructors who run exercise classes and also work one to one with patients to achieve their rehabilitation goals.

We also continue to improve links in your local community to help signpost you to activities and groups that may help to support your   recovery in the longer term.  

Patient Choice

The NHS is committed to giving patients greater choice and control over how they get their healthcare and we are working hard to improve opportunities for you to get care that best suit your needs and circumstances.

View the NHS Choice document here: NHS England » Choice

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Emergency Care

Emergency Departments (A&E) and 999 are for life threatening emergencies.

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