Service changes for COVID19
We are pleased to announce that our physiotherapy services are now reopen to urgent and routine referrals. In line with government guidelines, we are utilising virtual appointments in all services wherever possible.
If you have experienced Covid-19 this resource may be able to help you: https://covidpatientsupport.lthtr.nhs.uk/#/
If you have any urgent queries please contact the Physiotherapy Team on 01443 471515
There is lots of self-help advice on our website, as well as via NHS Direct and 111. Please try these self-help resources before contacting your GP for a referral.
You are able to be referred to physiotherapy for urgent needs via your GP, Nurse practitioner or Consultant.
As our services begin to return to normal we will expand this to offer advice to those with routine physiotherapy needs.
We are pleased to announce that we are now reopen for self-referral for Physiotherapy for Bone, Joint and Muscle Problems.
What we do
Physiotherapy helps restore movement and function, maximises potential and helps prevent deterioration or complications that may occur when someone is affected by injury, illness or disability.
Who is it for?
Physiotherapists provide assessment, treatment and rehabilitation for the following:
- Physiotherapy for Bone, Joint and Muscle Problems
- Problems after Pregnancy
- Assessment before an Operation on Your Hip or Knee
- Physiotherapy After a Problem with Your Brain or Spinal Cord
- Physiotherapy After a Stroke
- Physiotherapy Whilst in Hospital
- Physiotherapy after Breaking a Bone
- Physiotherapy for Your Chest
- Physiotherapy After Heart Issues
- Physiotherapy for Long Term Chest Conditions
- Physiotherapy for Children
- Physiotherapy in Intensive Care/High Dependancy Unit
- Physiotherapy in Palliative Care
- Admission Avoidance Service
- Community Services
Can anyone use this service?
There are various referral options for the services we provide. Please see Related Services for more information.
Monday to Friday 8:00am – 4:00pm
What to expect
Physiotherapists offer specialist assessment and treatment for a wide range of problems working with people to promote their own health and wellbeing.
We use advanced clinical reasoning and assessment skills to devise treatment plans appropriate to the patients’ condition.
You may be treated as an outpatient, in an individual or group setting. Alternatively you may be treated on the ward as an inpatient.
Please ensure you wear loose fitting clothing and flat soled shoes for your assessment.
Please see Related Services for more information.
For all appointments please contact our physiotherapy hub on