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Physiotherapy FAQs

What will happen at my appointment?

The first appointment lasts 45 - 60 minutes and consists of a discussion of the problem followed by an assessment and initial treatment. Subsequent treatment sessions last 30 minutes and aim to treat the problem and provide a rehabilitation programme and advice on prevention to avoid recurrence.

Do I need to bring anything?

Physiotherapy involves observation of posture and movement therefore for back and lower limb problems it may be appropriate for you to bring shorts to change into for your treatment. For assessment of shoulder and neck problems we recommend that women bring a vest top.

How do I pay?

The majority of our clients pay directly for their treatment. We accept cash, cheques and debit card payment.

I have health insurance, will I be covered?

Most private health insurance schemes provide cover for physiotherapy treatment. Physiofit is registered as a provider for BUPA, WPA and other health insurance companies. You need to contact your health insurer direct before your first appointment to make a claim for treatment on your policy.

Simply Health, Westfield Health and similar schemes will reimburse some of the cost of physiotherapy treatment. You will be asked to pay at each treatment and provided with a receipt which can be forwarded to your health insurance provider.

Physio Consultations

Initial assessment (45-60 min)
Follow up appointments (up to 30 min)

Specialist Physiotherapy

Vestibular Rehabilitation, Respiratory Physiotherapy, Acupuncture, New Mum MOT and Women's Health

Initial assessment (45-60 min)
Follow up appointments (up to 30 min)

Sports Massage >>

30 minutes - £28.00

Biomechanical Assessments >>

80 - 90 minutes - £120.00

Sports Rehabilitation >>

Missed appointments and appointments cancelled with less than 24 hours notice may be charged.


Physiofit Chartered Physiotherapists offer professional assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of a range of injuries and conditions. We have links with local GP surgeries and liaise with other consultants and specialists to provide the best pathway of care for each individual.



Chartered Scoiety of Physiotherapy Health and Care Professions Council Yorkshire Shoulder Physiotherapy Modern Pilates The Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute - APPI

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