No. With regret we are no longer able to provide this service .
Q13. Can Physiotherapy treat back and neck problems ?
Absolutely yes. Physiotherapists are trained and experienced in the assessment and treatment of all spinal complaints. Here at ‘The Pain Physio’ we have a special interest in this and our physiotherapist has extended skills and knowledge in the treatment of these conditions.
Q14. Payment methods
All initial consultations will require a non-refundable full payment in advance. Follow up consultations will require payment in advance or on the day of your consultation. Block appointment bookings or non-standard extended appointments will require a non-refundable full payment in advance. You will find all the payment details at the bottom of your invoice.
We accept the following modes of payment:
Direct Bank transfer (full payment details for this can be found at the bottom your invoices)
All major debit/credit cards
Cash: You may pay by cash at the end of each session
Cheques are no longer accepted
Sessions must be cancelled at least 48 hours in advance. Sessions cancelled within 48 hrs remain subject to full session cost.
Q16. How do I know if my physiotherapist is fully qualified?
Your physiotherapist should be
A member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP)- this is a Governing Body that sets and regulates the high clinical standards of the profession.
Registered with the Health and Care Professions Council – This is another professional regulatory Body which ensures adherence to a strict Code of Practise & Ethics.
Maxine Rodriguez at ‘The Pain Physio’ is both CSP and HCPC registered.
You may check for yourself at www.csp.org.uk (CSP registration number No: 57115) and at www.hcpc-uk.org/check-the-register/ (enter HCPC registration number PH 51573).
So be assured that you will be treated by a competent clinician.