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Physiotherapy Home Visits

Home visits from our mobile Chartered Physiotherapist

  • Injury rehabilitation e.g. fracture management and post-falls recovery

  • Intervention for joint, muscle, and arthritic conditions 

  • Posture and gait analysis

  • Advice and education for individuals, their carers, and families

  • Appointments are up to 1-hour long - particularly beneficial for those who are frail and/or neurologically affected

  • Weekday, evening and weekend availability across South Yorkshire

  • Flexible online booking. Can't find a suitable time? Give us a call and we may be able to provide additional slots

  • See our blog article for the benefits of receiving physiotherapy at home

Initial assessment and treatment


Our experienced physiotherapist will conduct a comprehensive assessment and provide treatment as required. You will be asked about your medical history, general health, and any goals you want to achieve. The therapist may ask you to perform movements and exercises in order to assess your ability. After the assessment, you will formulate some goals with the therapist and gain a personalised treatment plan. 

Any follow-up appointments required


During your first appointment the physiotherapist will have formulated a treatment plan. If any follow-up appointments are required, the therapist will start with a quick chat to determine how you have been doing since your previous appointment. Then they will complete a condensed assessment to monitor your progress. The remainder of the session will be focused on your ongoing treatment and established goals.


Village Physio Gift Card

Treat someone special by giving them the gift of good health. Our e-Gift Card can be used for any of our physiotherapy treatments.


Village Physio is registered with some private health insurers including Westfield Health, Healix, Simplyhealth, Cigna, AXA, Aviva, and WPA. Find out more about health insurance.

Payment methods

We accept a wide range of payment methods including cash, bank transfer, direct debit, credit/debit card, and buy now, pay later. See our Frequently Asked Questions section for more information. 

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