COVID 19 update – Physio moves Online as Clinic temporarily closes

Mar 24, 2020

Update 24/3/2020 – clinic closing for face to face appointments.

Now we feel is the right time at Physio-logical to stop offering face to face appointments, with immediate effect.

We are offering video or telephone consultations for all new and current patients. Both self funded and insurance patients.

For all our patients with a future appointment booked at the clinic, we will be in contact with you this week to convert your appointment to a video consultation.

The positive feedback on our video consultation service so far ‘it was like the physio was in the room with me!’ – more info to follow via social media channels, website and email.

We have taken all precautions in clinic but more and more there are lots of people who are asymptomatic and continuing to spread the virus globally.

We have worked tirelessly over 11 years to build up Physio-logical and are upset, but we feel it is the responsible thing to do.

We will be setting up a Physio-logical Facebook Community Group where we will share blogs/exercises/tips/advice and latest developments.

Once this has all passed we will resume normal services and would like to thank you for all your support, patience, understanding and kind words at this time.

Keep in touch via our social media pages, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn and email.

To book a video consultation please book online, email or call 07835 712 306.

Take care and stay safe

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