A TIC Physio will provide an initial 1 hour assessment to build a detailed picture of your baseline and presenting condition. We then provide a detailed treatment regime and rehabilitation programme. We normally advise that these programmes are followed up and monitored as they might need tailoring as you progress through the programme. However, you do not have to adhere to this and you are free to walk away with a detailed rehab programme and self-monitor your progress. Follow-up appointments are 30-45 minutes. Your physiotherapist will advise how many appointments you will need, but you can stop treatment at any time.
Initial consultation – £85 (40 – 60 minutes)
Follow up – £55 (20 – 30 minutes)
Professional athlete initial consultation – £105 (60 – 80 minutes)
6 x Physiotherapy session – £355 (1 x initial consultation, 5 x follow up)
Athlete full body screening – £255 (90 – 120 minutes)
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If you are making your own payment, we accept all major credit cards. Your health insurance may cover the costs.
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You may need to be referred for a Physio Assessment by a health professional, such as a Consultant, GP, Osteopath or, Chiropractor. You can also book and pay for your own private Physio Assessment – one of our doctors on site can make the necessary initial assessment. All we need is details of a health professional to send your result, if required.
Frequently Asked Questions
These are some of the questions our patients ask before a physio session. If you have any other queries, please do not hesitate to contact us (03333 585 111).
Physiotherapy is treatment that can be given to you to aid with pain relief, healing and rehabilitation of injuries, pain, medical and surgical conditions. The treatment is often recommended for a variety of muscular, joint and nerve conditions that may be the result of injury, illness or disability. TIC physio will treat you using hands-on techniques. Aside from the included manual treatment, physiotherapists can also give postural and pain management advice, ways to alter your lifestyle which can reduce the possibility of further muscular pain and joint problems, as well as providing you with a home exercise programme.
Physiotherapy will introduce massage techniques if it is a suitable treatment to aid in your recovery. However; it is more than a massage. Treatments can range from manual therapy which moves the joints, soft tissue mobilisation which would introduce a massage, to acupuncture, exercises and many more.
There are a wide variety of health conditions that physiotherapy can aid with. Many of these conditions are in relation to the bones and joints, nerves, and soft tissues. TIC Physio specialises in the assistance of conditions such as: arthritis; sports injuries; antenatal and postnatal; post-operative recovery; back and neck pain; issues with the bones and joints and issues that occur in the occupational/corporate workplace environment.
When you meet a physiotherapist, they will initially begin a full assessment and physical examination to determine the nature of your condition, as well as the cause. Following this, they will review the impact of the condition as well as your medical history to establish, in mutual agreement with your wishes, which treatment is most suitable. They will then compile a tailored treatment programme.
We advise you to wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing. Bear in mind that a physiotherapist will need to visually assess your posture and movement, and will possibly need to move various areas of the body. So, these areas will need to be visible and assessable. Additionally, when the treatments involve manipulation and massage the site of injury will need to be exposed.
The initial appointment will involve a full assessment and will last 60 minutes. Most follow-up appointments will last for 30 minutes.
Initial meetings with a physiotherapist will involve a full assessment and, frequently, recommendations and treatment will be made.
If you are referring yourself to a physiotherapist and will be paying for your own treatment, a visit to the GP is not necessary. If you hold private medical insurance, you may need to obtain a referral from your GP in accordance with your insurer’s requirements. It is important to know that you should always check with your insurance company prior to attending your first session.
On some occasions there can be discomfort. Physiotherapists will provide you with an overview of what to expect prior, during, and following treatment and what reaction to expect from the treatment that is being given. You are advised to consult with your physiotherapist immediately if you have any concerns about the treatment.
You are welcome to bring a friend or family member to act a chaperone, of sorts, during the treatment. There are some cases where a chaperone is obligatory, such as a patient with a disability or a child.
We deal with most major insurance companies and you would need to notify them prior to attending treatment in order for them to authorise your claim. You will need to supply us with this authorisation and number and we will send the bill to your insurance company directly. Depending on the insurance company and your individual policy, you may be liable to pay an excess or a proportion of the treatment fee if your insurance company does not meet this in full.