Frequently Asked Questions
Below is a list of questions Cardiff Physiotherpy Clinic are frequently asked.
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Are all staff qualified?
All staff are qualified physiotherapists and registered with the UK Health Professions Council.
Do I need a Doctor's referral?
This is not necessary to make an appointment and we will often refer you back to your Doctor if we think you require further examination or tests.
What conditions do you treat?
We treat a range of musculoskeletal conditions.
For example: Muscle, Joint, Spinal and Back problems, Whip-lash injuries, sports injuries, Arthritic degenerative conditions, work related disorders, personal injury.
Will physiotherapy help me?
This can only be answered after a detailed assessment by the physiotherapist. In the majority of cases we can help, however, if we do not think we can help, we will inform you and if necessary refer you to your GP or the most appropriate health care professional.
How can I pay?
The clinic accepts payment by cash, or cheque.
Can I park at the clinic?
Yes, we have free off-road parking at the clinic.
What hours do you work?
The clinic is open Monday to Friday between 8 am and 8 pm. If you require early morning or appointments outside these times they can be arranged.
I have had treatment before and it has not worked. Why are you different?
We specialise in long-standing (chronic) problems that remain resistant to treatment and use qualified specialised staff, who use an movement based approach to understand why you continue to have problems.
Do you provide home visits?
Yes. These can be arranged if you are unable to attend the clinic.
To speak to a physiotherapists or to arrange an appointment, call us on 02920 009553 or email: email@example.com
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