Here at The Physios, we are taking this threat of COVID-19 and the imposed restrictions seriously. All along healthcare has been indicated as an essential service with the government have encouraged anyone requiring medical treatment to seek help.

Our highest priority is the health and well-being of our patients and employees. Whilst being extremely attentive to the risks involved, we also want to ensure our response is proportionate and in line with the advice given to Government by the scientific community to ensure that our environment is COVID-secure.

What we are doing?

coronavirus what we are doing

We want to assure you that we are taking every measure we can to protect our visitors and staff. In addition to an enhanced cleaning schedule we are monitoring the health of our staff on a daily basis ensuring that everyone is well, has a normal body temperature and is not displaying any symptoms. We have also introduced a one-way system to limit footfall in communal spaces and to maintain social distance.

What you can do

coronavirus what you can do

We would ask that you do not attend our physiotherapy practice in the following situations:

  • you have a high temperature or fever
  • you have developed a new or continuous cough
  • you have lost your sense of taste and/or smell
  • you have been informed that you need to self isolate

We are checking the temperature of all staff on a daily basis and there is a non-contact thermometer at reception should you wish to check your own temperature. If you have a raised temperature Government advice would be to leave the premises and self isolate. For more information go to

If you are ill

coronavirus if you are ill

Please stay up to date with the latest government and health advice. National and local news coverage is excellent as well as ‘real-time’ coverage on their websites and apps. Also the government will be briefing the public daily, so do stay appraised.

It is vitally important that the elderly, those in poor health and more vulnerable members of our communities are protected. It is now advised that people at higher risk should be “largely shielded from social contact for around 12 weeks”. If you are ill or consider yourself in the vulnerable category, please ensure you are doing all that you can to stay protected.