At Releaf Physiotherapy, we have accomplished chartered physiotherapists who have extensive knowledge in the area of whiplash and personal injury claims. All of our staff have experience working with in this area of healthcare and are extremely competent in dealing with a variety of conditions and injuries.
We pride ourselves on our 'hands-on' approach to treatment and high standard of patient care. We carry out regular inservice to ensure our treatment techniques are fine tuned and incorporate the latest evidence-based whiplash guidelines provided by The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP).
Initial physiotherapy appointments consists of a detailed discussion and examination that includes ‘hands-on’ treatment, patient specific home exercises and self-management advice.
Included in our service we provide the referring party with a physiotherapy report that details the incident history, the effectiveness of each treatment session using a validated outcome measure and recommendations for future management.
What releaf physiotherapy offers:
Secure online operating system for note taking & centralised booking system for new referrals.
Experienced chartered physiotherapist(s) with minimum of 5 years experience.
We contact your new patient and offer an appointment the day we receive the referral.
Initial assessment appointment offered within 48 hours.
First treatment offered on same day as the assessment.
Twice weekly treatment sessions (where appropriate) to speed up recovery.
Assessment and discharge report emailed the same day as the assessment/treatment session.
Frequent communication via automated email for late cancellations, non-attendances, new appointments, to keep you updated on patient progress - meaning you don't have to chase clients regarding appointments and progress.
If you are a solicitor or a medico-legal rehabilitation company, please contact us regarding our medico-legal service levels and our competitive pricing structure.
A letter confirming that full funding is available for physiotherapy is required before treatment commences and this can be provided by either a solicitor or any other funding party.
For further information, please contact us via the website.