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Appointments can be made at the reception desk of Village Surgery or by calling 01582 763951.

You will need to book a one hour slot for your initial appointment and then subsequent appointments will be half an hour. If you have seen the physiotherapist before and need treatment for another condition you will still need one hour to start with so a full assessment can be carried out.

There is reception cover between 7am and 6pm Monday to Friday. Please give at least 24 hours of cancellation. Charges will apply for late cancellations or missed appointments.

Your First Appointment

When you arrive for your appointments please announce your arrival to reception and then make your way to the first floor waiting room. Please knock on the physiotherapy door so the physiotherapist knows you have arrived.

We endeavour to keep to your appointment times but occasionally delays may occur. If you are waiting more than 10 minutes after your appointment time please check with reception.

At your first appointment your details will be recorded and a detailed assessment performed. The first part of your assessment will include a history of your condition and also your past medical history to ensure that treatment does not affect any other conditions you may have.

The second part involves objective tests. You will need to undress for this so you may wish to bring shorts with you.

The assessment enables us to diagnose your condition, plan treatment and set goals for recovery.

Please also bring your insurance details with you if you are using insurance. For self-funding clients unfortunately there is no card machine so only cash or cheques please.

Private physiotherapy is available to patients who attend the Village Surgery and also patients from other GP surgeries. People of all ages and backgrounds with muscle, joint and/or soft tissue problems are treated at Village Physiotherapy.

Call 01582 763951 to book an appointment

Recognised by all major insurance companies.

Self-funding clients also welcome.

No referral necessary.

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