DO YOU HAVE A QUESTION?
Do you have a waiting list?
No. At SB Physiotherapy we pride ourselves in offering flexibility with appointments so you can be seen as quickly as possible.
What will happen during my initial appointment?
Your first appointment will involve taking a history of your condition and some general medical information. We will then complete a physical examination in order to determine a clear clinical diagnosis. From this, treatment plans and goals will be discussed with you.
What do I need to wear?
It is advisable to wear loose fitting and comfortable clothing during your assessment as you may be required to move around to check certain movement patterns. During your assessment you may be required to undress to allow assessment of the appropriate area. If it is a leg or back injury it is suggested you have a pair of shorts and for females a strappy top if it is a shoulder or neck injury.
How far will you travel for home visits?
We offer home visits within the RG27 postcode area and the surrounding villages including Odiham, Hartley Wintney, North Warnborough and Sherfield-on-Loddon. If you would like a home visit appointment but don’t live in these areas then please call us to discuss.
Can I have someone with me during my session?
Of course, It is your choice if you wish to have someone accompanying you in your sessions.
Do I need to see a doctor first?
No. All Physiotherapists working at SB Physiotherapy are fully qualified, HCPC and CSP registered clinicians. This means we are trained to assess and diagnose physical problems. If we feel we require more information or you require further investigations then we may contact your GP or Consultant (with your consent).
Some private health insurance companies like you to see a GP prior to starting a course of Physiotherapy treatment to validate you claim. If you have a private insurance policy we recommend contacting them prior to starting treatment to check their policies.
How many treatment sessions will I need?
This will vary depending on your condition or injury. This will be discussed with you after your initial assessment where an indication of treatment duration can be discussed.
How often will I need to come?
This will also depend on the nature of your condition or injury and will be discussed with you at your initial assessment.
Are you able to treat my child?
Yes. All of our Physiotherapists are able to treat children with musculoskeletal or sporting injuries. We also have a Paediatric Specialist Physiotherapist who operates a clinic on Thursday evenings. Please call us, or see the Paediatric Physiotherapy page of our website for more information.
Any children under the age of 16 need to be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times during their treatment session.