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  • Frequently Asked Questions

    How to Find Us

    PhysioFunction’s flagship clinic is in Spratton, Northamptonshire. We have other clinics and provide home visits in other areas in the Midlands. Our client services will be able to advise you on your nearest clinic.

    What are your opening times?

    Our clinics are open from 9am to 5pm - Monday to Fridays.

    Do I need a referral?

    No, you can self-refer to PhysioFunction and book an appointment in the location that best suits you. However, we do also take GP, consultant, insurance and other referrals.

    How much will my treatment cost?

    Price of treatment can depend on a number of factors including the clinician and type of physiotherapy required and length of session. If the appointment is a home visit a travel cost will be incurred. Please contact us for pricing.

    How soon will I be seen?

    Appointments are usually available within five working days. Occasionally, in busy periods, there may be a small waiting time but we will offer you an alternative clinic option.

    Where can I receive treatment?

    PhysioFunction offers both clinic-based appointments, hydrotherapy and home visits. We can also visit clients in nursing homes and residential homes as well as at gyms.

    What happens in an initial assessment?

    At PhysioFunction our physiotherapists carry out a telephone triage appointment before undertaking a detailed initial assessment in our clinic or in the community. This is an information gathering process, which will allow the therapist to get to know you and to start to build a treatment plan for you. You will be asked about your past medical history and what medication you are currently taking. This will advise the therapist on any precautions they may need to take.

    You will also be asked about your home situation and specific problems you are having within your home environment. The therapist may be able to offer solutions to problems you are having or could put you in touch with other health professionals e.g. an Occupational Therapist (OT), who could help with these problems.

    The physiotherapist will assess you, looking at your ability to move your limbs, your strength, your posture, your sensation and balance. It is sensible for you to come to your assessment in loose fitting comfortable clothing.

    Once the physical assessment is complete, the therapist will discuss their findings with you and will make some suggestions on how to progress forward. This is also the time to discuss and agree with you how often you may need to come back for ongoing treatment. It is also the opportunity to ask any questions you may have.

    How to book an initial assessment?

    Please contact us by calling 0800 043 0327 or email rehab@physiofunction.co.uk All our details can be found on our contact us page.


    How often should I attend?

    It depends on many factors. Your initial appointment will be a comprehensive assessment to establish your individual needs, and recommendations for future treatment will be provided. The length of treatment will depend on your condition, your symptoms and goals.

    What age group do you treat?

    PhysioFunction treat from the age of five upwards. For children younger than five please call our Client Services Team on 0800 043 0327.

    What conditions do you treat?

    We treat a wide range of neurological and musculoskeletal conditions which are listed on our website. If your condition is not listed, please contact us our Client Services Team on 0800 043 0327 who will be able to help.

    Our physiotherapists are also experienced in treating complex and poly trauma patients.

    We currently accept the following Private Medical Insurance