Our team offer compassionate physiotherapy within Solihull & Birmingham. To ensure all our patients get same day appointments, we are open late in the night and on weekends.
All of our members are registered with the Health and Care Professions Council and Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and have extensive NHS and private experience, in their specialist areas, which will help in maximizing your recovery.
Some of the conditions treated by us
- Orthopaedic : Elective surgery including hip replacement, knee replacement, arthroscopy of a joint, shoulder surgery, spinal surgery
- Trauma including surgery following a fracture, removal of a cast, precautions uplifted i.e. change in weight bearing status, change in joint range
- Musculoskeletal : Joint pain; inflamed or/ & muscular including, tennis/ golfers elbow, neck pain, whiplash, back pain, headaches, frozen shoulder, carpal tunnel
- Sports injuries: torn muscles, sprain in ligament
- Recent hospital discharge : Lacking in confidence, not back to baseline function
- Falls : holistic assessment offered following a fall, Falls prevention training
- Respiratory : Acute; Chest infection, Chronic; COPD, CF
- Neurological : Stroke, Parkinson, Multiple sclerosis
Treatment methods we use
- Prescription of exercise(s)
- Specific to the problem
- Balance & Strengthening training
- Falls prevention programme
- Manual therapy
- Education on use of aids
- Gait re-education
- Education on your condition
- Transfer techniques
- Electrotherapy- IFT, TENS & Ultrasound
- Face to face assessment & treatment £45 Face to face follow up treatment £40Home Visits requiring single therapist: Initial assessment or Follow up £60.
- Home Visits requiring double therapists: Initial assessment or Follow up £90.
- We accept all major health insurance providers such as Aviva, Axa PPP Healthcare, Aetna Global Benefits, BUPA, Vitality Health and many others however please contact us prior to your visit to avoid disappointment.
- In line with government safety protocol, if patient or someone they live with has symptoms they will be advised not to attend our clinic.
- We will check this as our screening conversation before we confirm booking into our clinic, but if things change afterwards patient must let us know to rearrange.
- If patient start displaying symptoms of coronavirus before their appointment they are advised not to come into the clinic and contact us to reschedule their appointment.
- When attending appointment, patients are advised to follow the steps below:
- Only enter 5 minutes (max) before your appointment
- Remain outside if there are no free waiting area seats
- Maintain 2m distance from others within waiting room areas
- Use hand sanitiser before and after your appointment
- We encourage the use of face coverings as per government guidance
- Follow the guidance in clinic for social distancing
- Attend your appointment alone unless a chaperone is essential
- Your Physiotherapist will be wearing appropriate PPE
- In the same way that we are checking patients attending our clinic, we are also screening our own staff carefully to ensure that they are fit and safe to be treating patients in the clinic.
- Our clinic is fully equipped with PPE (personal protection equipment), including: aprons, gloves, sanitising equipment, face masks and face shield visor.
- Physiotherapist working in the clinic has also completed special COVID-19 safety training to ensure that he knows how to manage safety standards in clinic carefully.
- I am a Physiotherapist, registered with Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC Reg Number: PH96097) & Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.
- I completed my four and half year of Bachelor degree from New Delhi, India in 2009 and 18 months of Masters degree in Physiotherapy (MSK) from Sheffield Hallam University in 2011.
- After completing my master degree, I volunteered at a pain management clinic in Sheffield where I learnt how physiotherapists can help patients in managing their pain.
- In 2012, I started my first NHS Rotational Physiotherapist job at Heart of England NHS FT where I got chance to complete my rotations at Good Hope Hospital, Heartlands Hospital and Solihull Hospital which helped me in having extensive experience in assessing and treating patients with neurological, respiratory, musculoskeletal, medical, surgical, intensive care, elderly, trauma & orthopaedic conditions.
- In 2015, I got chance to work as Senior Physiotherapist (Band 6) at Solihull Hospital but soon moved to Good Hope hospital to work in Trauma and Orthopaedic department and worked there until 2017.
- From 2017 to 2018, I worked at Central & North West London NHS FT as an Advanced assessment physiotherapist (Band 7) in Rapid response team where I improved my knowledge on medical management of patient in the community.
- In 2019, I started working in Birmingham Heartlands Hospital in Trauma and Orthopaedic department as a Senior Physiotherapist and then moved to major trauma centre at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham and worked there until mid of February 2021.
- From February 2021, I have been working as a First Contact Practitioner and providing phone or face to face consultation to patients in their GP surgeries about their musculoskeletal conditions.
- I believe in “can do” approach and always aim to get best out of my patients by using my expert clinical, therapeutic and manual handling skills.
Stratford Road Clinic
- 114 Lyndon Road, Olton, Solihull, B92 7RQ
- Office 20, 1560 Stratford Road, Birmingham, B28 9HA