Covid-19 Update 20/03/20

Mar 20, 2020

COVID-19 Update

Thank you for your continued support. We are doing all we can to keep going and have been working tirelessly behind the scenes to enable this to happen.

Our aim at Physio-logical is to look after our team, our patients, our local community in and around Havant, Rowlands Castle, Horndean and Waterloovile, also our families and our company too!

We have had to make some decisions about our future clinic opening hours. We will start to reduce and condense our hours down and will be contacting patients that may need an upcoming appointment moved.

From Monday 23rd March, our temporary opening hours will be:

Havant Clinic

Monday:  9.30am – 9pm (Natalie/Never)

Tuesday:  9.30am – 2pm (Natalie)

Wednesday:  Closed

Thursday: 3pm – 7.30pm (Jordan)

Friday: 8am – 2pm (Jordan)

Saturday: Closed

Sunday:  10am – 2pm (Never)


Tuesday:  8am – 2.30pm (Jordan)

Rowlands Castle

Closed until further notice due to the NHS decision to reduce public access to the Rowlands Castle GP surgery.

Things are changing daily so we may need to make further changes too, we will keep you informed at all times.

New Virtual Online Video Consultations

We have been working hard to come up with a service we can offer for those who are in isolation, unwell and can’t get to our clinics.

We are pleased to announce our new virtual online video consultations. You can book your secure, virtual video consultation online, via email or by calling 07835 712306.

With regards to offering face to face appointments we will continue to follow the latest official advice.

We will be posting regular updates on our social media pages – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn so please do connect with us.

I would personally like to thank you and our team who have all clubbed together and spent time discussing ideas/ practicing our video consultations and going above and beyond the last few days. I must thank my husband and kids too who I haven’t seen most of the week in order to get this new service up and running!

We hope you stay well, thank you for your continued support.

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