COVID 19 update – Horndean Clinic

Mar 20, 2020

I want to keep you up to date at all times.

Physio-logical Clinic Changes:

With immediate effect we will all be working from our brand new Horndean Clinic only.

This decision is based on the most up-to-date guidance from our Governing bodies, Physio First and the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP). With that in mind, we will be monitoring and taking advice from them and will react immediately to any further restrictions they or the Government advise.

The clinic is brand new, has parking right outside, is very clean, there are hand sanitisers all around the surgery.

GP’s are no longer offering face to face appointments unless urgent, so we are the only people treating within the surgery most of the time.

The address is:


within Horndean Surgery

7-11 London Road



We ask you to continue to follow the government guidelines as they are changing daily.

Please do not come if you have any symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19), which are a recent onset of:

  • new continuous cough and/or
  • high temperature

Follow the official advice.

At this time of uncertainty regarding the spread of COVID-19, we want to reassure our patients that we are following the latest official advice carefully and have put in extra measures at our clinics to safeguard our patients and team.

Extra measures include:

  • Hand washing facilities available at all clinics, and we encourage patients to wash their hands before and after their appointment.
  • Hand sanitiser is available at all our clinics.
  • All equipment is being cleaned on a regular basis throughout the day.
  • Ensuring patients wait in outside until called in to maintain the required social distance from each other.

What will happen now?

We will be contacting all patients to inform them where they will be seen.

We will also be offering online video consultations and telephone consultations too for those who can’t get to the clinic, are self isolating or in the at risk categories. Also, for patients at times when the surgery is closed.

Thank you all for your support and patience at this time we really do appreciate it.

Thank you also to my team again for working more hours, offering to change clinic times so we can all offer as many  face to face treatments and hands on appointments as we can. Also, to Horndean Surgery for letting us offer more clinics at their new surgery.

If you have back, neck, hip, knee or shoulder pain then please book an appointment to see us. We offer hands on treatment and exercise to get you better.

Just to reiterate, we will be monitoring and taking advice from our Governing body and will react immediately to any further restrictions they or the Government advise – which may result in us switching to online consultations only. Should this happen, all patients will be notified ASAP.

Stay safe.

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