We have 3 treatment rooms available for appointments, however strict measures remain in place.
We are continuing to offer virtual and phone appointments.
Please email or call, your details will be taken and we will be in contact to discuss whether a face to face or virtual appointment is the best way forward to deal with your situation
If you view the teams page you can see who is working when.
Please remember that you have to wear a mask to enter the clinic, if you forget yours or don't have one we have disposables for £1 with the proceeds going to Winter Comfort. If you can bring a large bath towel and hand towel with you that also helps as we have removed all couch covers and head cushions.
When you arrive at the clinic, please stay in the car park, your physio will come out to signal when you can come in.
We appreciate these measures may seem onerous especially as lock down has been lifted in this area, however, we would rather maintain our high safety levels for the foreseeable future especially as we are now in the second wave.
Please go to the "Team Page" and hover over the physio picture to see the days and times for clinics.
Therapists available for appointments are:
Musculo-skeletal appointments: Janet Julie Jo Liam and Jess
Womens Health: Amanda Savage and Nicola Day
Soft tissue therapist: Karina Page
Vestibular/Respiratory: Ali Parkes
Respiratory / Dysfunctional breathing: Chelliah Paramasivan
Occupational Hand therapy: Annie Capon
01223 870 856
Your safety is our priority
After each appointment the room is thoroughly cleaned, the bed is disinfected, chair covers and pillow cases are replaced.
wHAT YOU NEED to know and TO Bring
You will be asked some questions regarding your health and given information regarding proceedure’s.
You will need a face mask to enter and please bring a large towel with you for your comfort on the bed.
We have some gorgeous hand made masks on sale for £5, all proceeds to the East Anglia Children’s Hospice
Will wear a high spec mask and a full-face visor to ensure your safety.
Uniforms or aprons are changed between patient appointments