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Can’t make it to the clinic right now? No problem! Get continued support and guidance through our video and phone appointment service. With access to our exercise app.

In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic we have added the option to carry out your appointment via our online video and phone service. This enables us to continue to help you keep moving and healthy.

It’s important to us and you that we maintain our service and support you in progressing through or getting started on your treatment plan despite the current situation.

That’s why we have set up The Injury Clinic Online Appointment Service for those who are unable to attend the clinic for face to face appointments.

This means that your appointment with us can now be carried out using simple to use videocall technology such as Zoom, Skype and FaceTime or over the phone if preferred, where you will be able to speak to with one of our Injury Clinic team.

During these appointments you will receive:

  • An assessment of your condition, symptoms and function.
  • Advice and guidance on the best strategies to help manage your condition.
  • A personalised corrective exercise programme.
  • Ongoing support and guidance.

If you have any questions please visit our FAQS page. Alternatively you can request an appointment or contact us below.

See what our clients say

"To be able to get back to proper training, classes and general day to day duties without pain and discomfort means so much. I am grateful to have been in the very best hands! Thank you!"

Lorraine

Gym Instructor

" I received a really thorough assessment, better than most in person assessments I’ve had elsewhere and the exercise app is just fab."

"Got to say I was pretty worried that my appointments had to be cancelled (although understandably so) but being able to still connect over video call has been a real saver. Thank you for doing this."

" I just wanted to thank you for the assessment and advice you gave me for my back. Initially I was sceptical of how much help I could actually get over video as I’m used to hands on treatment. But I have to say after just three days of following your advice and exercises I’m already starting to make progress!"

"Being in my 70s I’m not technology savvy in the slightest but I was pleasantly surprised at home easily I was able to do this."

Common Misconceptions With Online Appointments

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Online is a not as good as face to face because you can’t touch me

A major part of your recovery is finding out and understanding what is going on and what you can do about it. This is done in our assessments where we listen to your story and ask you certain questions to establish a history. The most effective part of the treatment is where we teach you about your problem and provide you with the right exercises and make a plan going forwards. All of this can be done online just as effectively.

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I’d rather wait till I can come in face to face

with the current situation and the nature of our work this could be several weeks or longer; that’s more time worrying about your problem and not enjoying gardening or being able to get outdoors for a walk or run. The most common reason we hear from people for not doing their exercises or not seeking help for their problem is they haven’t got time. Many of us have had the gift of time recently thrust upon us, so why not use that time wisely to solve your problem.

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I’m not very good with technology

we mainly use Zoom or Facetime to do our online appointments these are free to download you just need an email address to sign up to them. We send you a link via email, you just need to click on the link to access your appointment. To join the appointment you just need a phone, tablet or laptop with a camera and enough room to move around – It’s as simple as that.

If you’re interested in our online appointment service and would like to know more, see our Online Appointment FAQs or get in touch with us via our contact form.

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If you're ready to book an appointment just click below to fill out our appointment request form, otherwise if you have any questions prior to booking we can be reached via email or talk to us directly on 01858 288260 and we'll answer any questions you may have.

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Got a question? Feel free to send us a message and one of the team will get back to you asap, if you'd like to talk to someone directly, give the clinic a call on 01858 288 260

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