With continued treatments, your physiotherapist can map your progress and build on your recovery plan. It’s the best way to keep you on the right track and make sure the results are long-lasting.
Urban physiotherapists are all fully registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). That means they’ve got a three or four year degree programme under their belt, and a minimum of a thousand hours of clinical training. You’re in good hands.
Some are also specialists in areas such as women’s health, neurological disorders and paediatrics – browse individual bios to find the right physio for you.
During your treatment
Follow-up sessions start with a general review of your progress, normally with a few checkups on your range of motion and strength in problem areas.
Your physiotherapist will then adapt their manual treatment to your current needs. They may also work some new techniques into the session. They’ll finish by building on your routine of exercises and stretches to keep the progress coming.