Answers

To some of the more frequently asked questions that we get asked

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Physiotherapy helps restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury, illness or disability.

Physiotherapist must be registered. You can check with the Health and Care professions website www.hcpc-uk.org. They regulate health and care professionals in the UK, like physiotherapists, and ensures that standards of care are maintained to the highest levels and that physiotherapists are up to date with their training.What does this mean for you? This means that health and care professionals registered with the HCPC are genuine and meet national standards.
You do not require a referral from you GP or consultant. You can simply call us on 028 90661919 and make an appointment.

Patients under the age of 16 years will always require a parent or guardian to be present at every appointment.
We are situated at 98 Lisburn Road, Belfast. We are opposite Belfast City Hospital and Dunluce health Centre. Starbucks is next door.
Appropriate dress – please wear or bring something that will enable us to see what we are treating whilst maintaining your modesty! Shorts if treating lower limbs, sleeveless tops for upper limbs, We realise that this is a very personal thing – some people are quite embarrassed about removing their clothing while others do not mind. We are sensitive to this and will try at all times to accommodate you.
You can with credit or debit card, cash or cheque.
We have our own onsite parking facilities in front of our clinic for you whilst visiting the clinic. If the car parking space is full you can park anywhere along Lisburn Road or Elmwood Avenue.
Yes, we are registered with all of the major insurance companies, (BUPA, AXAPPP, WPA, Benenden, Aviva, CSHC, H3, PruHealth etc). If your health insurance company is paying for your treatment please remember to bring your policy details and pre-authorisation number if you have one.
The physiotherapist will take a history of your problem and will then make a detailed physical examination to get to the root of your problem. We will then explain the nature of your whatever is wrong with you and discuss with you the best way to treat it. We are usually able to start treatment on your first visit.

If you have a specific question regarding your pain/injury, please contact us today and we will endeavour to get back to you TODAY.

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