Should the nature of your condition warrant that you are unable to drive or travel comfortably, Physio2go® offers a full range of specialist physiotherapy services in the privacy and convenience of your own home. We currently cover St Albans and the following surrounding areas –
- St Albans
- Welwyn Garden City
- Potters Bar
- Hemel Hempstead
- Kings Langley
Physiotherapy in your home helps to ensure that you receive the benefits of treatment at a time when you are least mobile. Physio2go’s physiotherapists are all chartered and registered with the Health Professions Council. Our therapists have post graduate training in their specialty area and the experience and expertise to work with you to maximise your efforts towards recovery.
Our physiotherapists commonly treat the following conditions on their visits to see you in your home:
- Mobility problems
- Falls prevention, balance and vestibular problems
- Neurological (strokes, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson)
- Joint replacements
- Pre and post orthopaedic surgery
- Musculoskeletal conditions
Home Physio Fees
Initial assessment/first treatment (60 minutes) £120
Follow up treatment (45 minutes) £90
Follow up treatment (30 minutes) £75
What our patients say...
Lord (Tom) McNally
“I found the physio2go home visit service of great value after my knee replacement surgery on two counts: Firstly, it gave me re-assurance in the immediate post-operative stage when I had no bench marks from previous experience about my mobility. Secondly I was able to target from the start the exercises most beneficial to my recovery and start my physiotherapy in a disciplined way."
“I had to undergo bilateral knee replacement recently following an accident, After the operation physiotherapy was essential, but the journey to and from the hospital proved counter-productive and Physio2Go was recommended because physios there would treat me at home. In due course, Fiona Jacobsen arrived, and with her help and guidance, I have made tremendous progress. Her professional approach coupled with infinite patience (I was not her easiest patient!) has been remarkable and now, eight months post-operatively, I am walking normally. In the past few months, there have been times when I was close to despair, but Fiona's firmness and encouragement, mixed with a sense of humour have kept me going. Needless to say, I am extremely grateful to her and can highly recommend her to anyone in a similar situation.”