Clinical Service


What we do

Our physiotherapy team help to restore movement and function if you are affected by injury or illness.

Physiotherapy can be helpful for people of all ages with a wide range of health conditions, including problems affecting the:

  • bones, joints and soft tissue – such as back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain and sports injuries

  • brain or nervous system – such as movement problems resulting from a stroke, multiple sclerosis (MS) or Parkinson's disease

  • heart and circulation – such as rehabilitation after a heart attack

  • lungs and breathing – such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and cystic fibrosis.

We provide a range of treatment through movement, tailored exercises, education and advice.


Our outpatient physiotherapists provide a service in our hospitals within a physiotherapy outpatient departments and some GP surgeries.

We also have Advanced Practice Therapist clinics. These appointments are with therapists who have completed further training. The can offer orthopaedic clinics in the specialities of hands, spine and paediatrics. This includes requesting investigations, performing injections and listing for procedures.


Our inpatient service is for anyone who needs physiotherapy input while in hospital, to help your recovery. This may be because you have:

  • decreased mobility and difficulty with transfers and walking

  • respiratory problems

  • reduced muscle strength

  • balance problems

  • increased risk of falls.

We'll discuss your previous abilities and may assess your current condition.

You will be involved in creating your treatment plan, where we will agree your goals and give you appropriate treatment, management and advice.

You will be seen in the ward areas or in our therapy treatment areas, such as our gym.

Recycling your walking aids

If you no longer need your walking aid, frames or crutches that we have provided, you can bring them back to the hospital.

Find out how to recycle your medical aids

Where to find us

How to use this service

If you think you could benefit from physiotherapy, please speak to your GP.