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Our physiotherapy out-patients service provides holistic assessment and treatment for a range of painful joint, muscle and nerve problems.
This service is available for people who are registered with a GP in the Bath and North East Somerset. If you have a BA1 postcode your musculoskeletal physiotherapy is provided by the Royal United Hospital or via your GP.
Our outpatient Physiotherapy service provides advice, treatment and rehabilitation as appropriate for the following conditions:
•Joint aches and pains including osteoarthritis
•Spinal problems including back and neck pain
•Sporting related injuries or conditions
•Longer term pain-related conditions
•Rehabilitation following fracture or surgery
When you attend the service, you will receive a thorough assessment and agree a treatment plan with the Physiotherapist to help you achieve your goals.
|Monday||From 09:00||To 17:00||For Appointments|
|Tuesday||From 09:00||To 16:30||For Appointments|
|Wednesday||From 09:00||To 16:30||For Appointments|
|Thursday||From 09:00||To 16:30||For Appointments|
|Friday||From 09:00||To 12:30||For Appointments|
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Who can use your service?
This service is available for people who are registered with a GP in the Bath and North East Somerset area. We hold clinics at Keynsham, Paulton and Bath.
Ways to access this service in Bath and North East Somerset:
•via GP and consultants
•if you live in the BA1 postcode area you can self-refer to the Royal United Hospital
•if you have a BA2 postcode and a BANES GP then you can self-refer to St Martin’s Hospital
•via Physiotherapists who are based in the majority of GP practices within the area. You can book directly with them by phoning each individual surgery.
Can siblings who are not disabled use your service?
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