Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions?

The most common FAQ’s are:

 Will Physiotherapy help me? - Effectiveness of Physiotherapy treatment Page – Under Construction

How much does an appointment cost? - Click here to find the answer

How do I book an appointment? - Click here to book online or click here for telephone details

Other Common Questions are covered below:-

How can I give Physio4motion Physiotherapy positive/negative feedback?

Feedback is vital to enable Physio4motion to ensure both the quality of service and to develop new services.

We have a customer satisfaction feedback form which you will be given a copy of during treatment or once discharged. Alternatively, You can contact the Practice Manager directly by phone, post or e.mail with any suggestions and feedback as your views are always of interest to us.

What would physiotherapy treatment involve?

A Physiotherapy Treatment may include:

  • Manipulation (a high-speed, small thrust movement applied to joints)
  • Mobilisation (a manual treatment to joints and soft tissues to improve range of movement)
  • Soft tissue massage (a manual treatment to release restricted soft tissue)
  • Acupressure for pain relief

The Physiotherapy team may also recommend additional services such as:

  • Remedial Massage
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Podiatry referral

Will I be treated in a private treatment room?

Yes. We have individual treatment rooms to ensure privacy and confidentiality.

Do I need a referral? Or can I self refer?

Patients can be referred to us in one of three ways i.e. directly by their  GP, a Consultant or you can refer yourself directly to Physio4motion. Contact will be made with your doctor as necessary and a letter sent once treatment is finished.

How Many Treatments are Likely to be Necessary?

This will depend on your specific injury type / case. The overall policy operated by Physio4motion ensures that each patient receives the best and most appropriate treatment – or if your condition is not resolving a referral back to their GP or a Consultant if necessary.

As a guide, the average number of treatments per case is five; however fewer or more treatments may be necessary for your particular condition.

What do I need to bring to the first appointment?

This list covers most of the usual items people bring with them to their initial physiotherapy appointment. If you have any other question regarding other items you may wish to bring to your appointment please contact Physio4motion on ( or log a support ticket here.

  • Your usual trainers
  • Suitable clothing e.g. shorts for assessment of a knee injury
  • Physio4motion – Patient information sheet emailed to you on booking your appointment

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  • Cheque or cash to cover session fees (Link to fees page)
  • GP referral letter (if you have one)
  • Insurance company covering letter (If you have one)
  • Medical Images e.g. X-ray (Radiographs) or MRI scans and reports