From 53,932 Patients 43,389 patients, which is 80.5% achieved their goals.
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From 53,932 Patients 43,389 patients, which is 80.5% achieved their goals.
Patients who experienced their symptoms for 6 weeks or less experienced a greater FPS change score compared to patients who had experienced their symptoms for more than six weeks
Treatment outcome is dependent on how quickly patients seek private physiotherapy, The sooner the better! The percentage of patients that were successfully discharged following treatment was significantly greater in those who experienced their symptoms for six weeks or less before commencing treatment (67.4%) compared with patients who had experienced their symptoms more than six weeks (57.7%)
95% of patients seeking private physiotherapy treatment are seen within one week it has been revealed by Physio First the trade organisation for chartered physiotherapists. Of the 52,193 patients who were seeking the first available appointment, 49,794 (95.4%) were seen within one week.
Over the summer we have made some changes to the way our clinic runs. We continue to adhere to our strict policy of hygiene and safety for our patients and staff and as such have had to make some adjustments to our pricing structure. We now have posters up in the clinic to check in with the NHS app on visits to the clinic. From the 1 October, our prices will be rising to £38 for a 30-minute appointment. £54 for a 45-minute appointment. £72 for a 60-minute appointment.
We are delighted to announce that Dan will be rejoining the team back at Abbey as from Monday 20 July. We are still needing to undertake a COVID 19 screening and risk assessment triage for all patients booking in for their first appointment since 1 June this year, but this is easy to undertake and can be done either by telephone or email. If you would like to book an appointment, please contact us via email, where we can arrange the triage and if you are happy to proceed, book an appointment in with Dan, Catherine or Alison. It's not yet busin ...
It was Catherine's first week back in the Clinic this week and we have taken this opportunity to put together a short video of the changes with have made at Abbey Physiotherapy to keep our Patients and Staff safe. We are adhering to best practices from our professional bodies and the UK government and look forwards to seeing you all soon. Video Transcript Hello everyone its Catherine from Abbey Physiotherapy Clinic During the recent COVID-19 pandemic we, unfortunately, had to close the clinic as many of you will know, but following recent guid ...
We'd like to update you on a few changes we have made at Abbey Physiotherapy that come into force from the week beginning 29 June 2020. Firstly and most importantly Catherine is returning to work at the clinic this week. We have been really overwhelmed by the interest and support from patients returning to the clinic and are very pleased to be able to extend the number of sessions available for those wanting a face to face appointment. We continue to screen and risk assess patients prior to booking in for remote or face to face appointments at ...
We are really keen to offer our patients a safe opportunity to come and visit Abbey Physiotherapy, here at Abbey we have been working hard to make the changes required and avoid chances of passing on the COVID-19 virus. We spent some time with Jonathan on Saturday and asked him to feedback to us and other Abbey patients the clinic COVID-19 Policy implications to a visit. Here is the feedback that Jonathan gave us. I booked in with Alison at Abbey Physio for a face to face appointment. She explained some protocols in preparation for a face to f ...
Our patient of the Month for June is Denise! Here are her comments: Catherine has been helping me with Acupuncture since I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia and Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) almost 2 years ago. I’m not sure I understand the science of why those magic needles help... I just know that they do! It keeps my pain levels in check, reduces my anxiety and raises my energy levels, plus we always have a good giggle... so it’s really good therapy! She’s not just my therapist... she’s now my friend and I’d recommend the lovely ladies at Ab ...
Sports massage is a firm deep tissue massage therapy which is the most effective therapy for treating muscular pain, tension and for putting your body in balanceSports Massage
Joint mobilisation techniques focus on attaining a normal range of pain-free joint motion.Mobilisations
TENS is an abbreviation of Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation. A Tens machine may assist in modest short-term pain relief. Ultrasound aids tissue healing for soft tissue injuriesElectrotherapy
the use of taping and strapping techniques to aid both the treatment and prevention of injurySports taping
Rehabilitation is the process to regain full function following injury. This involves restoring strength, flexibility, endurance and power and is achieved through various exercises and drillsExercise Rehabilitation
An exercise programme that aims to improve stabilisation and support to the spine. This is achieved by re-training specific trunk muscles, which may be under usedCore Strength
Treatment for a sports injury will depend on factors such as how severe the injury is and the part of your body affected.Sports Injuries
Upper back and neck pain can stop you in your tracks, making it difficult to go about your typical day.Back Pain
The most common soft tissues injured are muscles, tendons, and ligaments. These injuries often occur during sports and exercise activities, but sometimes simple everyday activities can cause an injury.Strains and Sprains
A fracture is when a bone has been broken. A dislocation is where a bone has been displaced from its normal position at a joint.Fractures
Whiplash is a term that describes a neck injury caused by a sudden movement of the head forwards, backwards or sidewaysWhiplash Symptoms
A Headache is a pain in any region of the head. Headaches can occur on one or both sides of the head, or be isolated to a certain location. A headache may be a sharp pain, throbbing sensation or dull acheHeadaches
is a pain affecting the back, hip, and outer side of the leg, caused by compression of a spinal nerve root in the lower back, often owing to degeneration of an inter-vertebral disc.Sciatica
Arthritis is inflammation of one or more of your joints. The main symptoms of arthritis are joint pain and stiffness, which typically worsen with ageArthritis
a condition in which the prolonged performance of repetitive actions, typically with the hands, causes pain or impairment of function in the tendons and muscles involvedRSI
From the 1 October our prices will be rising to
"Our car park operates an ANPR (Automatical number plate registration) system. Everyone who uses the car park MUST enter their vehicle registration number into a tablet here to gain 1.5 hours free parking, at every visit. Those who dont do this, or who stay over 1.5 hours will get fined.
Please note this is operated by an external company and we DO NOT receive any money from fines issued."
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