FAQ'S

  1. What can Hardy Performance Physiotherapy offer you?
    Hardy Performance Physiotherapy provides a range of services to help  you recover from aches and pains, musculoskeletal issues, sports injuries,  and enhance overall physical performance. Our services include exercise  therapy, manual therapy, advise to get you back to normal everyday  activities, taping, return to sport rehabilitation, injury prevention training,  and more. 
  2. How do I book an appointment? 
    To book an appointment, you can book directly through our website by  clicking ‘Book Appointment’ in the top right hand corner Alternatively, get in touch via email at  info@hardyperformancephysio.co.uk. Our friendly staff will assist you in  finding a suitable time for your appointment. 
  1. What should I expect during my first visit? 
    During your initial visit, your physiotherapist will conduct a thorough,  holistic assessment of your condition, medical history, and treatment  goals. This information helps us develop a personalised treatment plan  tailored to your specific needs. Depending on where your condition is, please remember to wear  appropriate clothing (e.g. shorts for problems affecting the lower limbs).  If appropriate, we may go into the gym space for rehabilitation, so  comfortable, exercise-appropriate clothing is always best. 
  1. How long is a typical physiotherapy session? 
    Sessions are typically between 45 and 60 minutes, depending on the  specific requirements of your presenting condition. We do offer 120  minute sessions for full body assessments for improving performance for  sport and exercise 
  1. How many sessions will I need? 
    The number of sessions required varies based on the individual nature of  your condition. After your initial assessment, your physiotherapist will  discuss your treatment plan with you, and where possible, will be able to  discuss the estimated number of sessions with you. 
  1. Is physiotherapy only for people with injuries? 
    No, although we do often treat people with injuries, physiotherapy is an  excellent way to help to reduce the risk of future injury, help improve  function, and improve quality of life and overall wellbeing. If you’re  unsure whether physiotherapy can help you, please get in touch using the above information (2).
  1. What conditions can you treat? 
    At Hardy Performance Physiotherapy, we specialise in musculoskeletal  conditions. These include any issues relating to bones, muscles, tendons,  and ligaments. Our experienced physiotherapists treat sciatica, back, neck,  shoulder, knee, elbow, wrist, hand, ankle, foot pain and more 
  1. Is my physiotherapist registered with any professional bodies?
    Our physiotherapists are all registered with the HCPC (The Health and  Care Professions Council) and the CSP (The Chartered Society of  Physiotherapy).  This ensures that the physiotherapist you see is  regulated and giving you the best possible care. 
  2. Is there parking on site? 
    Yes, based at Fitness Worx gyms across Warwick, Leamington, and  Kenilworth, clients of Hardy Performance Physiotherapy are able to use  the onsite car parks at each site. 
  1. What shall I do when I arrive at my appointment? 
    Using the door code you will receive via email prior to your appointment,  enter the building and speak to the Fitness Worx staff member on  reception. Once you’re outside the clinic, please take a seat and await your  appointment time. 

  2. What shall I do when I arrive at my appointment? 
    Using the door code you will receive via email prior to your appointment,  enter the building and speak to the Fitness Worx staff member on  reception. Once you’re outside the clinic, please take a seat and await your  appointment time. 
  3. Where are the clinics located?
    We are located within the Fitness Worx gyms in Warwick, Leamington, and Southam, see ‘Our Locations’ within the ‘Contact/Find Me’ section of the website.

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