Wondering what to expect from your online physiotherapy consultation? This video will set your expectations, and talk you through what’ll happen.

Watch the video or read more below:

 

What to Expect from you Online Physiotherapy Consultation:

Many, many questions…!

You’ll start by setting the scene and explaining what’s been going on and the symptoms you’re getting. This helps the Physiotherapist to gather facts about you and your condition. It also sets the baseline to measure progress over the coming days and weeks. You can compare how you have been to how you are. Examples of some questions:

  • What’s been going on?
  • What did it start?
  • What makes it worse or what helps to alleviate pain (for example)? 
  • General health questions

Movement and Assessment

You need to show how you’re moving, particularly around the area you’re having trouble with. This helps check your range of movement and starts to identify where you’re struggling and where you start to feel discomfort. All of this helps the Physiotherapist to determine what advice to give you, and the treatment and exercises needed.

What to expect from your online physiotherapy consultation. Movement in front of the camera or device so your physio can see.

Solution Finding

All of the above helps to identify the problem areas, which informs what solutions will help. The Physiotherapist will provide an explanation and there’s the opportunity for you to ask questions. You’ll be taken through movements and exercises that will help manage the condition or any treatment that you need.

Is There Anything Stopping you from Doing your Exercises?

Have a think about what’s coming up for you over the days and weeks to check you can commit as much as possible to the exercises and treatment process. With the best will in the world, it can still be difficult to do all of what’s asked of you, particularly if you’ve got holidays coming up.

Short and Long Term Goals

Knowing where you’re headed, what you want to achieve, and having a timeline or deadline to work towards can be great for your motivation. It can be as simple as being able to put on your shoes without any pain, through to wanting to participate in a sporting competition.

Consultation Report

You’ll receive a summary of the discussion during the consultation.

Exercises – Through an App

You’ll get access to any exercises suggested in your consultation through an app, called PhysiApp. After your appointment, you’ll receive an email with a code in it, which gives you access to your personalised program.

Do you need a Follow-up Appointment?

Depending on what physio support package you’ve chosen, during your initial appointment, you’ll schedule follow-ups with the Physiotherapist. These appointments will give you the opportunity to discuss your progress and if there are any changes needed to be made to the advice given, or exercises you’re doing.

 

What’s Next?

Book your appointment with the booking link at the top right of the page.

 

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Questions?

Trying out different exercises is key to improving and maintaining the body’s flexibility, which in turn can help with recruiting muscles efficiently.

If you’ve got any questions on the above, then please let us know (click for contact details).

Remember – Listen to Your Body!

Please remember to listen to your body. Get any aches and pains checked out sooner rather than later.

Disclaimer:

As with all information given for exercises and exercise programs, when using our exercise videos or information, please use your common sense and don’t do anything that will hurt you. By performing any fitness exercises, you are performing them at your own risk. PhysioFit Health will not be responsible or liable for any injury or harm you sustain as a result of information shared on our website or YouTube channel. This includes emails, videos, and text. Thanks for your understanding.

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