Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Update 2nd February 2021

Felixstowe Physiotherapy Practice is pleased to be able to be open and support the NHS during this difficult period.

For your safety we operate a locked door policy meaning the traffic through the practice is controlled and you will only have contact with your physiotherapist.

We wear full medical PPE and would ask for you to wear a water resistant medical mask.

All patients have hands sanitized on entering the building, physiotherapist continue to do this at the start, finish and often during the consultation.

Patients are screened for suitability and are ruled out of Covid risk before being invited to the practice.

Physiotherapists are regularly tested for Covid using the lateral flow tests.

Rooms are rotated and all windows are open for full ventilation (don't worry the beds are heated for your comfort!!)

In short, we are a small well controlled medical environment available for diagnosis, detection and treatment. We take Covid very seriously ad work to minimise all of our risks whilst still being able to provide and service.

If you wish to contact us, please call us on 01394 282002.




Welcome to Felixstowe Physiotherapy Practice

Felixstowe Physiotherapy Practice

Felixstowe Physiotherapy Practice is a privately owned and run Practice dedicated to offering high quality treatments for a range of ailments.

It is available to the general public without referral from a G.P. or consultant, however, we work in close liaison with both.

Felixstowe Physiotherapy Practice is a preferred provider for AXA PPP and all other medical insurers where individual policies allow for physiotherapy.

The practice is easily accessed from the A14 and Felixstowe centre. It offers 3 individual treatment rooms, plus a rehabilitation room where we are able to assess both walking and running on a treadmill and have space to teach exercises specifically tailored to the patient.

Our approach

Felixstowe Physiotherapy Practice Back Pain

We have an extensive range of skills including manipulation, mobilisation, massage, biomechanical assessment and exercise prescription. Electrical apparatus is sometimes used to aid the relief of pain and to promote recovery.

Most of our Physiotherapists are also qualified in the use of Acupuncture which can be used in association with manual, electrical and exercise therapy.

Conditions treated include:
Spinal Problems
Sports Injuries
Joint Problems
Rehabilitation
Postural Problems
Biomechanical Assessment and Orthotics
Diseases of the Nervous System
Workstation Assessments

 

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