Wondering how to prepare for an online physiotherapy consultation? You’ll find out what you need to consider before your appointment during this video, such as lighting, equipment, and appropriate clothing.
Watch the video or read more below:
How to Prepare for an Online Physiotherapy Consultation:
- or Computer
- WiFi connection
- See below for further information. We generally use Zoom, but there are alternative options if needed
- Bluetooth headset
- or Wired headset
- You’ll need to step away from the camera/device to show different movements
- Suitable clothing:
- Shorts – great for if you’ve got a low back or leg issue/problem you want to discuss
- Singlet – great for if you’ve got a neck or shoulder issue/problem you want to discuss
- Have the light in front of you and your device for the best
Note: Don’t worry if you can’t get all of them, that’s fine. If you have any questions on this, feel free to ask us!
Technology – Further Information on Zoom
As mentioned above, we use Zoom for online consultations and exercise classes. You’ll need to download and sign up for a Zoom account.
Once you’ve booked your online physio appointment with us, you’ll receive an email within 24 hours of your appointment time, which will contain the Zoom link. Click this link to start your appointment. It’s a good idea to join a few minutes early, to sort out any audio or connection issues – this means it doesn’t eat into your appointment time.
Note: There are alternative options available if you’d rather not sign-up for Zoom. Let us know your preferences and we’ll liaise with you the best way.
In our last of the four-part videos next week, we’ll go through what to expect from an online consultation.
If you’ve not already checked them out, we’ve got information on:
- What is online physiotherapy?
- Who is online physio for?
Schedule an appointment with the booking link, top right.
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Please remember to listen to your body. Get any aches and pains checked out sooner rather than later.
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