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Physio.co.uk provide a domiciliary physiotherapy service that is utilised by case managers with clients that require treatment at home.

Treatment at home is often included in the rehabilitation of children and adults unable to attend clinic, or simply where receiving treatment at home would be preferable.

Physiotherapy treatment at home has the following benefits for you and your clients:
  • Assessment of home environment
  • Carers can be given training
  • Exercises programmes given can be geared towards home environment
  • Treatment can be based around functional goals
  • Reduced hassle of travelling to and from appointments
  • Almost zero failed appointments
  • Many clients and their families prefer home appointments

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Physio.co.uk commonly provide physiotherapy programmes that involve treatment in multiple locations; at home, in clinic, at the gym or in the hydrotherapy pool. This allows us to provide the best rehabilitation service for your clients.

To find out more about our services, or to arrange an appointment please call us now on 0330 088 7800 or email office@physio.co.uk

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Our clinics are open:
Mon - Fri: 8am - 8pm
Saturday: 9am - 5pm
Sunday: 9am - 4pm

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Physio.co.uk have clinics located throughout the North West.

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