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Frequently Asked Question

What exactly is physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is a treatment that can be given to patients to aid with pain relief, healing, and rehabilitation of injuries, pain, and medical and surgical conditions. The treatment is often recommended for a variety of muscular, joint, and nerve conditions that may be the result of injury, illness, or disability

What does treatment look like ?

When a patient first meets a physiotherapist, they will first start a thorough assessment and physical examination to determine the nature of the patient's condition as well as its cause. After that, the severity of the condition and the patient's medical history will be examined to determine, in agreement with the patient's requests, which treatment is most appropriate and will then compile a customized treatment program.

Will treatment hurt?

On some occasions, there can be discomfort. Physiotherapists will provide patients with an overview of what to expect prior to, during, and following treatment and what reaction is expected from the treatment that is being given.

Can I request for homephysio ?

We do provide home visit physiotherapy, also known homephysio for those who need physiotherapy but are not mobile enough or are not able to get to appointments.

Is physiotherapy the same as massage?

It is more than a massage. Treatments can range from manual therapy which moves the joints, and soft tissue mobilization which would introduce a massage, electrotherapy, dry needling, exercises, and many more depending on patients necessity

How long does a regular session last?

The initial appointment will involve a full assessment and will last 1 hour. Same goes to follow-up appointments.

Will I need to see a doctor prior to treatment?

If a patient is referring themselves to a physiotherapist and will be paying for their own treatment, a visit to the GP is not necessary. If a patient holds private medical insurance, they may need to obtain a referral from their GP in accordance to their insurer’s requirement. It is important to know that you should always check with your insurance company prior to attending your first session.

Can I bring someone with me

Patients are welcome to bring a friend/family member with them however while doing treatment, only the patient and physiotherapist.

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