Frequently Asked Questions

How can physiotherapy help me?

Click here to find more about what physiotherapy is (or should be). There are many ways to practice physiotherapy using different paradigms and framework, and we at 2will physiotherapy practice our own evidence-based model that we believe is one of the best in the profession.

Do I need a referral from a doctor?

Short answer is no. You don't need it, although sometimes it does help. It really depends on your condition. If we think that your condition would be helped by a visit with your doctor we'll send you back, and write a letter that will make it much easier for you (and your doctor).

How long is an appointment?

Our appointment usually takes about 40min. However if it is your first appointment it will be very helpful if you could arrive 10min earlier to complete some paperwork. Exercise classes can be very flexible but usually need somewhere between 40min and 1 hour to make a decent difference to your condition.

What kind of treatment will I receive?

That really depends on your condition. Once you have an assessment with us we'll be able to discuss with you treatment plans that fits in with your current lifestyle / personal situation / preference and go from there. There are MANY ways to solve one problem so you do not need to worry. You can have a look at here for some of the treatment modalities that we use.

What are the fees involved?

Please click here for our physiotherapy model and associated fee.

I'm not sure if I can afford it

It's important to realise that we don't make you come back time after time "to get adjusted" or "to get fixed". Most pain (and definitely injuries) self-resolves and even if your condition is struggling to do so, there always is a way to identify and work on critical factors that are undermining your natural recovery - that's where we come in. There are a number of ways to achieve this working with your budget (our exercise studio is one of them) so you should at least have a chat with us.

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Recovering from difficult pain conditions takes two willing people:

1. a willing patient, and

2. a willing clinician

If you are a willing patient, contact us; we'll do everything we can to help you.