Initial assessment (60 minutes) £70*



This will include a discussion about the history of your current condition and difficulties, your past medical history and what you would like to achieve from your physiotherapy sessions.

We will complete a physical assessment which may include elements such as strength, movement, balance, and walking analysis depending on your needs. At the end of this session we will discuss with you specific goals and likely number of treatment sessions needed to achieve this.


Follow up sessions (40-60 minutes) £70

Follow up sessions with Physiotherapy Assistant(40-60 minutes) £50



Our physiotherapy assistant will follow the plan set out by the physiotherapist from the initial assessment. She is qualified to carry out exercise programmes, issue walking aids, aid mobility practice and progress all of these under the guidance of a physiotherapist.

These will vary depending on your individual needs as discussed in the initial assessment. We will review your goals and plans together at all treatment sessions. We can assess you for equipment if required and can provide recommendation.

Payment is by cash, cheque or bank transfer. Invoicing and payment arrangements will be discussed before your initial appointment. Arrangements can be made for invoices to be sent regularly to other family members if required.

If you are unable to keep your appointment, please contact as soon as possible. You will be charged for your session if 24 hours notice is not given.
* Travel charges may be applicable.


We are always happy to discuss your individual situation, so please don't hesitate to call us for an informal chat on 01206 396789, or email us on info@yourphysioathome.co.uk to see if we can help.


Testimonials
In August 2013 I had a Brain Hemorrhage aged 29 before this I was a solicitor at a top 10 law firm and a busy mum of two.

My father-in-law found Kathryn on the internet and having read her profile I knew she was for me. I met Kathryn shortly after in February 2014 after a second stint in hospital. The original Brain hemorrhage has left me with Ataxia, which in turn, has left me with balance, strength and core problems.

When I first met Kathryn I was pleased to use my zimmer frame now I have a walker and crutches (July 2014) and I am far less reliant on my wheelchair.

I find the physio tough in a good way. Kathryn recently went away and the organization was seamless - Beth turned up and was just as tough. Both Kathryn and Beth are really personable and an hour goes by very quickly.

I find Kathryn (and Beth) approachable and friendly. Kathryn often emails me between appointments and her local market knowledge is very good.

I am really/finally starting to see a difference and I hope if we keep on I'll get a semblance of my old life back.

- CW
In March 2010 my wife and I had the 4 o'clock in the morning call that all parents dread. Our son, 29 years old, had had a serious motorcycle accident in Bali. He was in a critical state, with serious head injuries and brain damage, in a coma in a hospital in Bali. What followed was massive anguish and uncertainty, air ambulance jet repatriation a thousand miles away to Singapore, five weeks of fantastic hospital treatment, and then repatriation to UK.

At that point we were more or less on our own; the first available appointment offered for physiotherapy was more than a month away. We came to Beth via a personal contact and she was the best thing that could have happened to us. Beth is definitely not a 'one size fits all' therapist. She listened carefully to the detail of his situation. She carried out her own assessment. Then she devised targeted exercises specific to his needs.

Each visit progressively moved him along the road to improving balance, strength, physical co-ordination, hand to eye co-ordination, fine motor skills and, of equal importance, confidence in his ability to get his old life back.

Beth stressed that her visits were to demonstrate and advise, so that our son's own daily routines in between visits, would be best suited to his continuing improvement.

In those early months she gave him the encouragement, confidence and motivation that he so badly needed.

No one who now meets our son has any idea that he suffered brain injury. Even his old friends cannot tell the difference between the before and after. He was undoubtedly lucky, but a significant chunk of his luck came from knowing Beth.

- Garry, Essex
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