Can a physiotherapist work from home?

Can a physiotherapist work from home?

There are a number of choices for physiotherapists when it comes to choices of premises. Some choose to see their clients in their own home while others look for a property or room to rent so that patients can come to them. Others decide to set up a home office where patients can come for treatment.

Are physios worth it?

A physiotherapist can make a very positive impact on your quality of life. While physio’s serve as pain relieving healers, it is important to understand that your pain levels do not need to be excruciating. Lower level pains such as frequent nagging pains and dull headaches are a very common reason to see a physio.

Are NHS physios good?

There are some excellent Physiotherapists in the NHS (I have worked alongside some great clinicians over the years and learned loads from working in the NHS). NHS physio’s do regular In-service training, therefore they should be clinically good and up to date with evidence-based practice.

What is remote physiotherapy?

“Remote physiotherapy is any number of different platforms that physiotherapists can use to deliver physiotherapy when they’re not beside the patient,” explains Euan McComiskie, chartered physiotherapist and health informatics lead for the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists.

Can physiotherapy be harmful?

In simple terms, physiotherapy is meant to help you and not to harm you. There are very few and far between cases whereby physiotherapy causes more harm than good. It’s safe for everyone and is intended to get you back to full mobility and prevent further injury.

How do I know if I am a good physiotherapist?

We’ve put together a list of signs of great physios and how to find the right physio for you!

  1. The most important thing is that you feel comfortable with your therapist.
  2. Accessibility.
  3. Results.
  4. Information/Communication.
  5. Time.
  6. Empathy.
  7. Personalized treatment.
  8. Teaching Techniques.