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COVID-19: We are no longer required to wear masks. However, your therapist will wear a mask at your request or if you are considered high risk. Read our latest advice on coronavirus (covid-19).
During your physiotherapy treatment, you and your physiotherapist will discuss a variety of treatment options that are tailored and suitable for your condition. These may include:
- Advice and education
- Individual one to one treatment: gym based exercise rehabilitation, exercise prescription (to be performed at home), specific return to sports rehabilitation, manual (hands on) therapy.
- Group exercise classes – lower back, shoulder rotator cuff, hip and knee, ACL rehabilitation, live well with pain, high level back class, major trauma class
- Virtual exercise classes
*Currently on hold due to lack of funding
Please liaise with your physiotherapist for more information on these classes to see which is suitable for you.
Whilst you wait for your physiotherapy appointment, please refer to our Resources to start your rehabilitation.
Do I need to bring anything to my appointment?
Please wear comfortable, loose clothing and trainers and bring a drink. Arrive 5-10 minutes before the appointment.
Our trust encourages all patients attending our service to wear face masks. This is to protect other vulnerable patients and our staff. If there is any reason why you can not wear a face mask, please just inform your therapist. Please read the trusts information page for further details regarding Covid-19 and your appointment.
Facemask removal will be permitted during exercise. Please speak with the therapist if you have any concerns regarding the removal of facemasks.
What if I am unable to attend my appointment?
Please inform your therapist at least 24 hours before your appointment/class.
St. George’s Hospital – 0208 725 3014
St. John’s Therapy Centre – 0208 812 4018
Queen Mary’s Hospital – 0208 487 6022