Service changes for COVID19

Most healthcare outside of hospital is now being delivered virtually to help tackle the spread of the Coronavirus.
This means many appointments will take place over the telephone or on the internet, and patients will also be asked to take practical steps at home to manage their condition.

For information about how you can self-manage musculoskeletal pain, please visit the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy’s webpage for managing pain at home

If you have followed the advice on the above link and still feel you require advice from a physiotherapist then from Monday 3rd August 2020 you will be able to self-refer by following the link below:

https://phio.eql.ai/provider/connecthealth

If you cannot access the above link, please contact us between 8:00am – 4:00pm, Monday to Friday on:

  • 01443 715012 (for patients in Rhondda Cynon Taff and Merthyr Tydfil)
  • 01656 754390 (for patients in Bridgend)

What we do

Musculoskeletal (MSK) physiotherapy relates to the treatment of bones, muscles, joints, ligaments, tendons and nerves.

We provide assessment, diagnosis and treatment to help reduce pain and improve function.

This will be delivered in a caring and friendly environment by a skilled practitioner working to the highest standards of professional practice, using up to date evidence and research.

Who is it for?

The service is for adults, and children over the age of 10 with musculoskeletal conditions.

Can anyone use this service?

Yes. Your GP can refer you to musculoskeletal physiotherapy. Alternatively you may be referred by a Consultant, Clinical Musculoskeletal Assessment and Triage Service Practitioner or other Health Care Professional

Opening Times

Monday to Friday

What to expect

Treatment may be offered on an individual or group basis.

You will initially be assessed by a member of the physiotherapy team who will carry out a detailed assessment of the joint/condition in question.

The assessment may include looking at the movement and strength as well as carrying out some specific tests to find out what the problem is.

Following your assessment, together you will decide the most appropriate treatment option for your condition.

You will be offered a follow up appointment (if deemed necessary) along with a treatment programme to continue with at home.

Contact us

Phone our Physiothyerapy hub on

01443 715012