Covid-19 Update, From 19th July
As restrictions have lifted we continue to follow Public Health England and Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Guidelines to ensure Covid-19 transmission is minimised. The use of masks and other PPE guidance for all healthcare settings across the UK has not changed.
- A Virtual Clinical Triage (via eForms or telephone)
- Covid-19 Symptom Screening
- PPE worn by Therapists
- Enhanced cleaning between Clients
- It is requested Clients wear a face mask to protect their Therapist.
Book a Face-to-Face or Virtual Consultation using our easy Online Booking service or call us on 01296 622007.
We look forward to welcoming you.
The Halton Therapies Team
Who would have thought that online sessions would be so effective..but they are! Even though it wasn't hands on, I found my own experience of treatment to be very thorough and followed up with an email to check progress. I am on the mend now but know that i can email my therapist if I have any ongoing problems. (Helen, Apr 2020)
"At Halton Physiotherapy we aim to give effective treatment to your injury and symptoms, through accurate diagnosis, based on current research, and return you to pain-free function quickly."
David Hudson, Clinic Director
Halton Physiotherapy provides Physiotherapy and Massage services to clients in and around Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire. We are experts in the field of Human Movement, Function and Performance and our team of highly experienced Therapists specialise in the assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal injuries. Injuries commonly occur during sports, training and the rigours of everyday life. This leads to pain, disability, poor performance and a reduced quality of life. We work from the very sedentary individual all the way up to the very elite sporting individual - you certainly do not need to be a sports fanatic to benefit from our services!
We aim to give effective treatment to your injury and symptoms, through accurate diagnosis, based on current research, and return you to pain-free function quickly. The identification of predisposing factors also forms an essential part of the overall injury management.