Update: 4th January 2021 – We Are Still Open
Physiotherapists are considered essential workers, so we can continue to offer a service.
We have taken all the necessary measures, as guided, to protect the interest of the patient and staff.
Masks are worn by both patient and physiotherapist.
Addition PPE is used by the physiotherapist and changed between every patient.
Our admin is operating remotely and the only people on site are one to one with the physio.
Telephone and email correspondence are periodically checked through the day.
There is no crossover with in the waiting area, as they are taken to separate rooms when one arrives and one is leaving.
The rooms, door handles and all touch areas are medically wiped down between patients.
Rooms are alternated between patients and left for 30 – 60 minutes between each patient in that room.
A safe distance is operated during communication in the treatment rooms.
We aim to keep you and our staff safe.
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