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Tel: 01244 630809
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As from the 18th December 2015 the New Location Adress will be:-
North Wales Sports Clinic Ltd
Rectors Lane, Pentre
Which is just a few miles away from our old location at the Deeside Leisure Centre - at the Asda Roundabout take the road to Sandycroft continue past a speed camera untill some shops appear on the L. hand side - turn L. at shops into Rectors Lane then 1st L. the Unit is in front of you!
Our New Telephone Number is 01244-630809
Mon 9.00 - 12.00 am
2.00 - 7.00pm
Tues 9.00 - 12.00 am
2.00 - 7.00pm
Wen 9.00 - 12.00 am
2.00 - 7.00pm
Thur 9.00 - 12.00 am
2.00 - 7.00pm
Fri 9.00 - 12.00 am
From your very first visit to our practice, we can assist you with the most important aspects of the therapy you need, offering continuous advice and support as well as individual programmes for you to follow at home. The following pages outline key information on our practice and therapies.
It's best to bring casual, comfortable sportswear. If you have a prescription from your doctor for the physiotherapeutic treatment, you should bring this along as well as any relevant X-rays.
Appointments with individual therapists can be made to suit your schedule within the practice opening hours. Please leave enough time to prepare for your session.
Phone us on 01244 830429 for the most up to date, competitive pricing.
Physiotherapy is a multi-faceted profession whose aim is to encourage and support the return to normal following illness, surgery, disease or trauma. This is often described as 'rehabilitation'.
So whether your problem is sports related,a sprained ankle, back pain, an injury at work or one of the very many other different conditions, there will be a physiotherapist to help you get better.
Physio First is the Organisation of Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice it is an occupational group of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and as such is formally recognised by the Council of the Chartered Society as representing the interests of its self-employed members.
The Health Professions Council
The Health Professions Council is the regulatory body for many health professions.
Under current law only qualified people Registered with The Health Professions Council as Physiotherapists are allowed to use the title of ‘Physiotherapist’.
It is therefore important to establish that you choose a Physiotherapist who is HPC Registered.
You can do this by viewing the HPC Register at www.hpcheck.org .
All Physio First members are HPC Registered
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP)
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy is the professional , educational and trade union body of the UK’s 47,000 Chartered Physiotherapists, physiotherapy students and assistants.
All Physio First Members are members of the The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and will probably have one of the following after their name MCSP Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy or FCSP Fellow of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.
All Chartered Physiotherapists are bound by the Society's Rules of Professional Conduct and Standards of Physiotherapy Practice in addition to the Health Professions Council’s Standards, regardless of whether they work within the public or private sector.
Chartered Physiotherapists study full-time for three or four years in University.
During this time they complete over 1,000 hours of clinical practice in a number of different specialities.
It is possible to train in part-time programmes however this is less common.
After this initial period of training a physiotherapist is most likely to work within a general hospital within the NHS to gain experience, they then may choose to work in private practice.
Many Physiotherapists undertake post graduate training to enhance their skills and all are committed to Continual Professional Developement.
The Physiotherapists will first take a detailed history of your condition together with any relevant past medical history.
A physical assessment will then be undertaken to determine the clinical diagnosis of your problem.
The physiotherapist will discuss with you a proposed treatment plan and will give you an estimate as to the length of treatment required and the proposed outcome of your treatment.
The initial assessment will probably last up to one hour and subsequent treatment sessions will last between thirty and forty-five minutes approximately.
Every opportunity will be given to you to ask questions about your condition and advice regarding its management and prevention in the future.