Expect the very best orthopaedic care with Horder Healthcare Physiotherapy.
Horder Healthcare is nationally renowned for its reputation in the orthopaedic and musculoskeletal field, and we currently carry our more hip and knee replacement operations than any other independent provider in the UK.
We apply this expert knowledge to our physiotherapy services, providing our patients with individually tailored treatment plans underpinned with over 60 years of experience and research, affordably priced at just £55 for the initial consultation and £40 for follow up appointments.
Musculoskeletal and orthopaedic conditions we treat
- Sports injuries
- Back and neck problems
- Shoulder, arm, wrist or hand problems
- Hip, knee, ankle and foot problems
- Postoperative surgery
- Postural problems
- Muscle and joint problems
Guide price for self-pay and privately insured patients
If you are looking for fast access to physiotherapy treatment we provide expert service and treatment affordably priced at just £55 for the initial consultation and £40 for follow up appointments.
Physiotherapy treatments available
Our team of physiotherapists are highly qualified at assessing the cause of joint, muscle and nerve pain and use a range of treatment methods to give you the very best possible outcome.
These can include:
- Sports injury rehabilitation
- Joint mobilisation and manual therapy
- Electrotherapy (ultrasound and interferential)
- Sports and Therapeutic massage
- Acupuncture for pain relief
- Spinal core stability retraining
- Class work and one-to-one
- Traditional Pilates
- Modified Pilates
- Exercise class for knee pain associated with arthritis
- Postural education
- Corrective exercise
- Post operative rehabilitation
Please note, available treatments may vary depending on your location.
What to expect from your first physiotherapy appointment
We want to ensure that our patients make the most effective recovery possible in the shortest amount of time, so it is important that you feel comfortable and at ease from the start.
After you have been referred or have self-referred for physiotherapy, you will be contacted by the relevant department of Horder Healthcare, offering you an appointment. If this date or time is unsuitable, you can call our Bookings team to rearrange your appointment at a date, time and location that suits you best.
During your initial appointment, one of our Chartered Physiotherapists will ask you a range of questions regarding your current problem, your past medical history and how your problem is affecting you. The physiotherapist will assess you, looking to diagnose the root problem to stop the possibility of future problems and then a personal treatment plan will be created, considering your lifestyle, leisure activities and general health. At this point, the Physiotherapist will start treatment if deemed appropriate. It would be helpful if you could wear loose, comfortable clothing or bring some shorts to enable your physiotherapist to assess you effectively. If you are happy to do so, you may be asked to remove some items of clothing to further aid your treatment.
When you arrive, please check-in at the reception desk. You will then be asked to take a seat in the waiting area until your physiotherapist is ready to see you.
For your first appointment, you will be asked to arrive 10 minutes before the scheduled appointment time in order to complete the health questionnaires, which will assist with working out the effectiveness of your subsequent treatment.
The actual appointment will usually take up to 45 minutes, and any subsequent appointments will be up to 30 minutes in duration. You may also be referred to one of the classes that we offer to assist with the recovery from your problem.
The Physiotherapy department undertakes clinical student placements, therefore, you may be asked if you would mind being assessed and treated by a student who will be working under the supervision of a qualified Physiotherapist.
Our physiotherapy team
All of our Physiotherapists are registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and attend regular training and development activities to ensure current evidence-based practice.
The guide leaflets below have been written and designed by the Physiotherapy team to provide more guidance to our patients on how to manage certain conditions, such as hip impingement, lateral hip pain and patellofemoral pain. Each document contains a brief explanation of the condition, how diagnosis is made, as well as recommended exercises. To download the pdf please click on the links below.
Accessing our physiotherapy service
Health & wellbeing information
We offer a range of health and wellbeing articles, recipes and exercise videos to enable people to self manage conditions and make healthy lifestyle choices, as well as preventing the development of musculoskeletal problems.