Do you think you need to see a Physiotherapist?

Do you think you need to see a Physiotherapist?

Musculoskeletal Physiotherapists want to see adults with:
Sciatica Neck pain Osteoarthritis pain Sports injuries
Knee pain Ankle injuries Shoulder pain Tendonitis
Muscle strains Repetitive strain injuries Low back pain
Spinal-related pain in arms or legs, including nerve symptoms, eg pins and needles or numbness
Musculoskeletal Physiotherapists are not able to see adults with the following problems:
Feel unwell / ill Chest pain Red / hot swollen joints
Infection Gout Medication reviews
Need medical management of a problem such as Rheumatoid arthritis.
Housebound – as we cannot provide home visits
Did you know all adults (16 years and over) with spinal, muscle, joint and tendon pain
can see a Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist without the need to see a GP first?

Need a physiotherapy appointment?

Consider self help options available at keepingmewell.com or you can consider the options below
Physiotherapist based in GP practice hub
One off consultation ideal for those that want a diagnosis but feel confident to try
and self-manage with the correct advice and exercises.
Provide brief advice and exercises
to promote self-care, work, and wellbeing.
Up to 20 minute time slots during GP hours
Provide specialist examination and diagnosis
Shared decision making regarding management
Able to refer to other specialties or for investigations if required
Book a physiotherapist appointment
via the GP receptionist.

Other Specialist Physiotherapy services

Do you have a Neurological or Respiratory (breathing) condition and think you need Specialist Physiotherapy?
Are you housebound and think you need a home visit?
Do you need to see a Specialist Women’s Health Physiotherapist including antenatal or postnatal?
Are you under 16 years of age and think you need to see a physiotherapist?
If you answer YES to any of the questions, you can find up to date information on the keepingmewell.com
physiotherapy page.

Or book an appointment with your GP to discuss a referral.