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Horder Healthcare offers physiotherapy services from several centres located in the South East. We provide expert service and treatment affordably priced at just £40 for the initial consultation and £30 for follow up appointments.

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All of our Physiotherapists are Members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (MCSP) and registered with the Health Professions Council (HPC) and attend regular training and development activities to ensure current evidence based practice.

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.

We are able to provide treatment for musculoskeletal and orthopaedic conditions such as:

• Sports injuries
• Back and neck problems
• Shoulder, arm, wrist or hand problems
• Hip, knee, ankle and foot problems
• Arthritis
• Post operative surgery
• Postural problems
• Muscle and joint problems

What to expect

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 and past medical history. 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 at the Physiotherapy department, 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 fill 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 into one of the classes that we offer to assist with the recovery from your problem.

The treatment* options we provide include:

• Sports injury rehabilitation
• Joint mobilisation
• Electrotherapy (ultrasound, interferential and LASER)
Sports and Therapeutic massage
Acupuncture for pain relief
• Spinal core stability retraining, incorporating
• Classwork 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.

For more information about all the services we provide at Horder Healthcare, please click here.

For more information about our locations, please choose from the list below:
Tunbridge Wells

To book an appointment with one of our experts please call 01892620932 or click the request appointment button.

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Case Study: Michael Smith


Michael had great success with physiotherapy at The Horder Centre after a serious sports injury.

Read Michaels story here

Physiotherapy at Horder Healthcare

Just £40 for the initial consultation and then £30 for follow up appointments.

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