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New Pilates Membership – Giveaway!

Posted on 9th Dec 2018 by

We are really excited to be launching our exciting, new Pilates Membership at goPhysio for 2019. We’ve been running specialist, clinical mat Pilates classes in Chandlers Ford since 2008 and have grown from just 2 to over 20 classes a week! 

For 2019 we are launching a brand new Pilates Membership system for our classes. A hassle free, simple, monthly Direct Debit payment program for our class attendees. Our current attendees have already signed up for their classes and we are now opening up to new people who’d like to join! 

Win 3 months of Pilates Membership (1 class a week) for you & a friend and a 30 minute Pilates 1-2-1 each! (Worth £440). 

goPhysio Pilates Chandlers Ford

To celebrate the launch of this new membership, we’re running an exciting Facebook GIVEAWAY! 

The winner of the giveaway will win 3 months Pilates Membership (1 class a week) and 2 Pilates Start Up sessions, worth £440! 

To Enter

  1. Head over to our Facebook Page and make sure you ‘Like’ the goPhysio page. 
  2. Find the Give Away post and like the post. 
  3. Write a comment on the post, saying why you’d like to win and if you’ve got a friend you’d like to share the prize with, tag them in the post. 
  4. The closing date is midnight on Wednesday 19th December 2018 and the winner will be randomly drawn on 20th December 2018 from all those who’ve commented on the post. 

T&Cs

  1. The promoter is: goPhysio Ltd.
  2. The competition is open to residents of the United Kingdom aged 18 years or over except employees of goPhysio and their close relatives and anyone otherwise connected with the organisation or judging of the competition. It is not open to current goPhysio Pilates Members. 
  3. There is no entry fee and no purchase necessary to enter this competition.
  4. By entering this competition, an entrant is indicating his/her agreement to be bound by these terms and conditions.
  5. Route to entry for the competition and details of how to enter are outlined above.
  6. Only one entry will be accepted per person. Multiple entries from the same person will be disqualified.
  7. Closing date for entry will be midnight 19th December 2018. After this date the no further entries to the competition will be permitted.
  8. No responsibility can be accepted for entries not received for whatever reason.
  9. The promoter reserves the right to cancel or amend the competition and these terms and conditions without notice in the event of a catastrophe, war, civil or military disturbance, act of God or any actual or anticipated breach of any applicable law or regulation or any other event outside of the promoter’s control. Any changes to the competition will be notified to entrants as soon as possible by the promoter.
  10. The promoter is not responsible for inaccurate prize details supplied to any entrant by any third party connected with this competition.
  11. The prizes are outlined above.
  12. The prize is as stated and no cash or other alternatives will be offered.
  13. The prizes are not transferable. Prizes are subject to availability and we reserve the right to substitute any prize with another of equivalent value without giving notice.
  14. Winners will be chosen at random from all entries received and verified by Promoter.
  15. The winners will be notified on Social Media within 28 days of the closing date. If the winner cannot be contacted or do not claim the prize within 14 days of notification, we reserve the right to withdraw the prize from the winner and pick a replacement winner.
  16. The prize can be collected from goPhysio’s clinic.
  17. The promoter’s decision in respect of all matters to do with the competition will be final and no correspondence will be entered into.
  18. By entering this competition, an entrant is indicating his/her agreement to be bound by these terms and conditions.
  19. The competition and these terms and conditions will be governed by [English] law and any disputes will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of [England].
  20. The winner agrees to the use of his/her name and image in any publicity material, as well as their entry. Any personal data relating to the winner or any other entrants will be used solely in accordance with current [UK] data protection legislation and will not be disclosed to a third party without the entrant’s prior consent.
  21. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook, Twitter or any other Social Network.
    goPhysio shall have the right, at its sole discretion and at any time, to change or modify these terms and conditions, such change shall be effective immediately upon posting to this webpage.
  22. goPhysio also reserves the right to cancel the competition if circumstances arise outside of its control.
  23. Prize details: The prize will include 3 months of Pilates membership (1 class a week) for 2 people. The classes are subject to availability. The same class must be attended every week in line with our Pilates Membership. Classes must start in January 2019 and run for 3 consecutive months until March 2019. The individual Strat Up sessions must be attended before starting the Pilates classes. 



CSP Leadership & Development Program, reflections from a mentor

Posted on 8th Dec 2018 by

For the past 10 months, Physiotherapist Kim, has been taking part on The Chartered Society of Physiotherapists Leadership and Development program. Having just taken on the role as Clinical Lead at goPhysio when the program was encouraging applications last year, it came at a perfect time for Kim and we were all delighted (no more so than Kim!) when she successfully gained a place.

CSP LDP

So, this week, as Kim’s mentor, I was delighted to join Kim and the rest of the South Central cohort at the CSP Headquarters in London, as they shared their their stories and reflections of their leadership journey. 

It was a truly powerful and inspiring day, and I wanted to share my reflections. 

Throughout the day, the messages and leadership journeys that the participants experienced, followed some common themes:

  • Trust, it builds slowly but can disappear in an instant. It is such a crucial part of successful leadership and relationships but has to be earned, developed and nurtured. It takes investment.  
  • Honesty and integrity are values that will be inherent in successful leaders and developing positive relationships. They both feature in the Values We Live By here at goPhysio, and the importance of this was certainly re-enforced. 
  • Listening has to feature in leadership success. Being consciously aware of others, their communication style, their own thought process, frame of reference and plethora of other factor that make up communication is so important and actively listening is something so simple that is often overlooked. People often just want to be listened to! 

What struck me is how these principles are translated into how we care for our patients. After all, when patients see a physiotherapist, their role is to lead them on their journey of recovery – it was fascinating to draw these parallels. 

Sitting there as an observer, I was in awe of:

  • How diverse and talented the physiotherapy profession is. We heard from Physio’s from such a wide variety of sectors, at different times in their careers and each plays such a huge part on positively impacting peoples lives. 
  • How powerful shared learning and peer support is. 
  • That the potential cumulative impact from all the participants could be immense in helping develop, improve and shape the future of physiotherapy. 

The day closed with a motivating address from the CSP’s CEO, Karen Middleton. Karen shared some key messages:

  1. Leaders need to be resilient. She acknowledged that everyone lives an extremely busy life and to be a successful leader in this climate, resilience is essential. 
  2. Be kind to yourself. Self care; taking time to look after yourself and not being so hard on yourself, forms a key part of being resilient. These are key messages that we could all take heed of, whether involved in leadership or not! So making time for YOU can help you become a better leader. However, do not feel guilty about taking care of yourself! 
  3. Tenacity is crucial. Having the strength and conviction to keep going, try something a different way, make changes and have the ability to bounce back, even if things don’t go as planned, all form the tenacity needed to be a good leader. 
  4. Hope isn’t a strategy. Hope is great, but you can’t hope things will change or improve – you need to drive this. I sat there thinking the same about the people we see who have an injury. Many people hope for so long that their pain or injury will just get better and eventually they realise it hasn’t, so they seek our help. Physiotherapy is a strategy! With our knowledge, skills and experience we give people a plan of action to achieve their goal. 

The aim of the CSP’s LDP was to create strong leaders throughout the profession, where the new skills and experience will filter through and create a climate for others to thrive and develop. Physiotherapy as a profession has so much to offer. With our ageing population, ageing workforce and the importance of physical activity and exercise never having been so recognised, we are expertly placed to support and change people’s lives. We can have such an impact, and to harness the power we have, we need great leaders to drive it forwards. 

The Future

I left feeling overwhelmingly positive about the future of physiotherapy as a profession, filled with confidence with Karen as a leader. Physiotherapy really does matter and it really can transform lives. 

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At goPhysio, we are so proud of Kim and the leadership journey she has been on. We are very excited about the future and sharing her learning within our team and beyond. We would like to join Kim in thanking the CSP, Connect Oxford and The CSP Charitable Trust for this opportunity. 

Fiona, Non-Clinical Director at goPhysio 

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Introducing goPhysio UNLIMITED

Posted on 21st Nov 2018 by

goPhysio Unlimited

Are you totally fed up and frustrated by an injury that’s slowing you down and stopping you enjoying life? Do you want to finally get on top of it, fully understand what’s going on and follow a plan to get you where you want to be with the right support and guidance? 

We understand all your pains & frustrations.

That’s why, for a limited time, we’re offering a fixed price, unlimited, recovery package.

Register your interest here to be the first to find out when this special package price is launched!

For a one off payment of £549, you will have UNLIMITED* access to:

Until Saturday 5th January 2019.

We only have 10 of these packages available!

If you’re interested in purchasing this package, just enter your details here and as soon as we launch it, you’ll be the first to know!

*The following terms and conditions apply: 

  • Unlimited access to services is subject to fair usage and based on clinical need. The services, frequency of treatment and duration of treatment will be guided by your individual Clinician to provide the best possible clinical outcome for your individual case. 
  • Your Clinician will guide your treatments based on evidence based, clinical reasoning. 
  • Advanced booking is required for all services and classes. 
  • Services and classes are subject to availability, spaces can not be guaranteed with individual clinicians for specific services at specific times. 
  • Our usual cancellation policy will apply and you will be required to provide 24 hours notice if you need to cancel or move an appointment. Repeated non-attendance at appointments will result in our normal cancellation fees being charged. 
  • The goPhysio Unlimited package is not transferable or refundable under any circumstances. Payment is final.
  • All packages purchased will expire on Saturday 5th January. Any treatment or services that are continued after this date will be charged at our standard rates.
  • Offer open to new customers, not currently undergoing active treatment.

 


World Physical Therapy Day – What Inspires goPhysio’s Physios?

Posted on 8th Sep 2018 by

For this years World Physical Therapy Day we asked our team of Physiotherapists, what inspires them? 

World Physical Therapy Day 2018

First up, our Clinical Director and founder of goPhysio, Paul Baker

1. Why did you decide to become a Physio?

I was really interested in biology at school, fascinated in injuries and was relatively sporty. I wanted a practical job, to work with my hands and help people. I never fancied  working in an office or hospital, and I wanted the opportunity to have my own business, like my Dad did! So, Physio and having my own practice ticked all the boxes for me and it still does 23 yrs later!

2. What do you love the most about your job as a Physio?

Helping a wide variety of different people solve their injury problems and getting them backto their hobbies and goals!

3. What’s your proudest moment as a Physio?

Opening our new modern bespoke physiotherapy clinic in 2017! that was some journey!! 

Paul graduated from The University of the West of England, Bristol in 1997.

Next up, Roz Brawn

1. Why did you decide to become a Physio?

Having been a gymnast I’ve always been interested in how the human body works from a musculoskeletal perspective and what the human body is capable of achieving.

2. What do you love the most about your job as a Physio?

No two days are the same and you never know how each day is going to develop.  Being able to work each day with people, making a difference and helping them achieve their goals.

3. What’s your proudest moment as a Physio?

Being part of the Great Britain Olympic Team and watching the athletes I have worked with, through all the hours of training and sacrifice, realise their dreams.

Hugo Carvalheiro

1. Why did you decide to become a Physio?

I wanted a profession where I could help people and see the results, a profession where every day would be different, a profession where I would meet and communicate with different people, a profession where I would need to update my knowledge frequently.

2. What do you love the most about your job as a Physio?

I can help people achieve their goals and change their lives.

3. What’s your proudest moment as a Physio?

The moment I helped a paraplegic stand on his feet and walk with lower limb orthotics and crutches.

Chris Tiley

1. Why did you decide to become a physio?

When I was doing my GCSE’s I started to think about potential careers that I would like to pursue.  Physiotherapy was suggested to me and the more I looked into it the more it appealed to me.  I liked the idea that I would be helping people and make a difference to their lives.  I liked how varied the different jobs are within physiotherapy, ranging from the acute hospital setting up to dealing with elite athletes and everything in between.

2. What do you love most about your job as a physiotherapist?

I love being able to interact with lots of different people throughout my day and the challenges that brings with adapting my approach to each person’s different situations.  No two patients present the same, even if they are coming in with the same condition. This makes each day different and varied and makes it even more rewarding when helping people achieve each of their goals.

3. What is your proudest moment as a physiotherapist?

My proudest moment as a physiotherapist is being involved with British ParaSnowsport for 2 seasons.  Although I did not go with them to the Paralympics, I am proud to have treated 2 Paralympic gold medallists as well as silver and bronze medallists in the run up to the games.

Kim Leith

1. Why did you decide to become a Physio?

My Uncle has Multiple Sclerosis and has been in a wheelchair as long as I can remember. I always found it amazing to see how much more mobility and function he had after his Physiotherapy sessions. I also wanted to do something medical as a job, but I’m far too squeamish to be a Nurse or a Doctor!

2. What do you love the most about your job as a Physio?

The problem solving aspect – each patient is like a puzzle when they first arrive and through the assessment you can identify the cause for their pain or problem. Being able to give someone an answer and a reason for why they feel like they do is often the first big step on the road to recovery.

3. What’s your proudest moment as a Physio?

Helping people achieve their goals, no matter how big or small.

All of our team of Physiotherapists are members of The Chartered Society of Physiotherapists and registered with The Health Care Professions Council, ensuring regulation, high quality standards of care and professionalism.

HCPC goPhysio The Chartered Society of physiotherapists

 

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Hospital Open Day: Inspire Young Minds

Posted on 4th Sep 2018 by

SUHT Open Day 2018

I absolutely love taking my children to the Southampton General Hospital Open Day. I still remember being taken there by my Mum when I was very young and it was my experiences at the open days that sowed the seed of curiosity about working in a health care profession. My dreams were realised as I became a physiotherapist and even though my role now at goPhysio isn’t directly clinically based, my times spent working in many hospitals and different healthcare settings have left a significant imprint in my memory.

I am still moved by the differences we make to people’s every day lives through physiotherapy and am proud to be part of the profession.

The hands on activities and behind the scenes glimpses at the open day can really inspire young minds. The human body is truly fascinating and the people who do so much when it isn’t working right, for whatever reason, are amazing. Whether or not you have children to entertain, I’d thoroughly recommend adding this event to your diary.

The 2018 Hospital Open Day will be taking place on Saturday, 8 September 2018 from 10.30am to 3.30pm at Southampton General Hospital with hundreds of activities and stalls on offer throughout the day.

The Open Day is a fantastic day for all the family to find out more about the hospital and UHS, the services they provide, the amazing opportunities available and ground-breaking work taking place.

The theme this year will be Health Hero Academy through the years and give visitors the chance to not only pick up new skills and have fun, but find out more about the history of University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, as well as their plans for the future.

Post by Fiona, goPhysio’s Non-Clinical Director

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Stay hydrated and reduce plastic waste with this great initiative!

Posted on 6th Aug 2018 by

The topic of reducing plastic use has gained huge momentum recently. A million plastic bottles are bought around the world every minute and it’s predicted that Refillfigure will rise by another 20% by 2021. However global efforts to collect and recycle the bottles to keep them from polluting the oceans, are just not keeping up.

Here in the UK, the average household uses 480 plastic bottles a year, but only recycles 270 of them – meaning nearly half (44%) are NOT put in the recycling. This means that nationally, of the over 35 million plastic bottles being used every day in the UK, nearly 16 million plastic bottles aren’t being put out for recycling.

If just one in ten Brits refilled once a week, we’d have 340 million less plastic bottles a year in circulation!

Refill

Water consumption and plastic use was something that was highlighted by Southern Water recently at the Eastleigh Business Conference. They introduced a fantastic scheme that has been initiated, called ‘Refiill’. 

Refill is a national, practical water campaign that aims to make refilling your own bottle as easy, convenient and cheap as possible by introducing refill stations on every street!

The concept is easy:

  1. Download the Refil App
  2. Take a reusable drink bottle with you wherever you go 
  3. Drink plenty of water 
  4. When you run out of water and need a refill, visit the app and see where your nearest Refill station is.
  5. Go to your nearest Refill station and fill up! 

We all know that drinking plenty of water is crucial to our health. Not only is good hydration fundamental to general health, but Is a key element to post exercise recovery.

It’s win win, saves you spending money on buying water, makes use of your refillable drinking bottle, saving on plastic! 

It’s a small step, but a great one to take! 

goPhysio in Chandlers Ford are delighted to be part of this scheme. If you’re passing, you can pop in Refill Chandlers Ford Hampshire and fill up your water bottle with freshly filtered, chilled water! 

Download the Refill app here.

Read more about Refill here.

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Introducing goPhysio’s Newest Team Member

Posted on 13th Jul 2018 by

Chris Tiley Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games
Chris at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games

goPhysio are delighted to welcome the 12th member of the team, our 5th Physiotherapist, Chris Tiley MCSP.

Chris has joined the Physo and Pilates team on a full time basis, working Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and every other Saturday. Here’s a little introduction to Chris.

“After graduating from Coventry University in 2008, I started practicing physiotherapy in Canada. For 18 months I worked initially in the ski resort of Whistler Blackcomb and then in Vancouver before heading back to the UK.  Since my return I have worked in the Berkshire area within private hospitals and private practices and then more recently in a private practice in Bournemouth.

Throughout my career I have had a keen interest in sport and pursued this within physiotherapy and personally.  I have worked with Reading FC academy for 6 seasons which has given me invaluable experience within a large sporting organisation.  This lead to an amazing experience volunteering at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow where I spent the majority of my time working within Rugby 7’s as well as covering some of the table tennis events.

I then spent 2 seasons as one of the physiotherapists for British Parasnowsport, working and travelling with elite skiers and snowboarders with varying disabilities.  This has involved travelling abroad for the training camps and competitions. One of the highlights was being part of the Winter X-Games in Aspen, Colorado with one of our athletes who competed in the adaptive boarder cross race.

My experiences through my various roles have given me invaluable assessment and treatment skills throughout many areas of physiotherapy including: sports injuries, back/neck pain, chronic pain and post operative physiotherapy to name a few. I have also completed level 1 and 2 APPI Pilates matwork training.

Outside of work I enjoy participating in several sports and activities.  I regularly run and have completed the London Marathon twice and multiple half marathons.  I like to cycle and have taken part in several Sportive’s including the Prudential Ride 100.  I enjoy playing racquet sports, indoor climbing and have recently taken up golf.

For further information about myself or the treatments on offer at the clinic please contact me on: chris@gophysiotherapy.co.uk or call the clinic on 023 8025 3317.”

Chris with the Parasnowsport Snowboard Team
Chris with the Parasnowsport Snowboard Team

 

Chris with the British Parasnowsport Alpine Ski Team at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships
Chris with the British Parasnowsport Alpine Ski Team at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships

 

Chris at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games with the Papua New Guinea Rugby Sevens Team
Chris at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games with the Papua New Guinea Rugby Sevens Team

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National Health Research Review

Posted on 13th Jul 2018 by

A new report from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), titled Moving Forward: Physiotherapy for Musculoskeletal Health and Wellbeing, has NHR Moving Forward Physio highlighted how effective physiotherapy is at improving outcomes for MSK conditions.

MSK or musculoskeletal conditions, are those that affect the bones, joints and muscles of the body, like back pain, arthritis, sprains, strains and overuse injuries. These conditions have a huge impact on our daily lives and it’s what our team at goPhysio specialise in managing. Musculoskeletal conditions are the leading cause of pain and disability in the UK, affecting more than one in four people. The evidence coming out of Moving Forward: Physiotherapy for Musculoskeletal Health and Wellbeing highlights the importance of physiotherapy for treating these conditions.

This review presents evidence from a range of physiotherapy-related studies. Data from these studies shows the beneficial impact physiotherapy has on a range of MSK conditions, including rheumatoid arthritis, chronic knee joint pain and low back pain.

The key findings show that:

  • There is overwhelming evidence that exercise and activity are effective and should be a core treatment in musculoskeletal pain.
  • A rehabilitation programme including targeted exercise, is effective at reducing knee joint pain.
  • Investment in high quality rehabilitation adapted to individual patient needs, leads to better outcomes, reduces the need for further investigations and treatment, such as surgery or joint injections.
  • Work absences can be reduced by an average of five days when people receive advice on low back pain from physios.
  • Stretching and strengthening hand exercises can improve function for people with rheumatoid arthritis.

Make exercise a core treatment

The key message from the review is that there is overwhelming evidence that exercise and activity are effective for musculoskeletal pain. This is something that is fully integrated into our care at goPhysio.

  • When you see one of our Physio’s or Sports Therapists, you will always be given a customised exercise programme to help support your recovery. This will be emailed to you along with explanatory videos and/or pictures, so that you have access to the exercises and are confident what you should be doing in between your appointments.
  • We aim to keep you as active as possible whilst you recover from your injury. We offer solutions and alternatives to balance your recovery with staying active wherever possible. We rarely advocate complete rest!
  • We offer a comprehensive, specialist rehab service. Led by our Sports Therapy team, you will have the option to come along to supervised small group rehab sessions, where evidence based exercise is used to optimise your recovery and prevent long term issues. Read more about our rehab service here.
  • We also offer a range of specialist Clinical Pilates classes, which help build long term strength, flexibility and durability. A fantastic way to help recovery, manage long term MSK conditions and ward off injuries.

Our whole ethos here at goPhysio is “Helping local people live a healthy, active, positive life, free from pain & injury”, so it’s great to hear what we are doing and the way we work is supported by the last research.

Download the full report here.

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Customer Satisfaction Survey Results 2018

Posted on 23rd Feb 2018 by

Last month, for an entire week, we set out to survey as many of our patients coming through our doors goPhysio Testimonial as possible.

As a business, it is crucially important that we are doing a great job and asking the people who visit us at goPhysio and are using our services, is the best way to find out whether we’re actually doing what we set out to do! Gaining your feedback helps us to further improve and develop our services, so we can continue to offer the best possible care.

We surveyed almost 100 visitors to the clinic that week and have spent time analysing the feedback we were given. We are delighted to be able to share the results of this survey with you.

95% of those survey were very satisfied with their overall experience at goPhysio

97% of those surveyed said we provide a very high or high quality service

95% of those surveyed said we are extremely or very responsive to their questions & concerns

100% of those surveyed said they’d return to goPhysio should they need to in the future

Why did you choose goPhysio?

When asked why goPhysio was chosen over any other local healthcare provider, the top answer given was personal recommendation. We couldn’t ask for more, when people are recommending us to their friends and family, this speaks volumes. We know there’s lots of choice out there when you’re in pain or have an injury, so having so many recommendations is testament to what we are doing. Many people also commented that they’d seen us before and were returning for a new problem.

goPhysio Testimonial Another reason that came up frequently, was availability of appointments. Having to wait for appointments is a huge frustration and so many people commented that it was easy to make an appointment with us, they could be seen quickly without having to wait and they could book online, making it all even easier!

What do we do really well?

We wanted to know what aspects of our service we were doing really well. The key theme coming through was that we are friendly, personal and helpful. We certainly aim to be all these things. We know it can be a daunting, worrying and frustrating time when you’re injured or in pain. So by offering a welcoming, friendly and warm environment in which you can come and get help, we can ease some of these feelings.

Being listened to was something that so many people appreciated. We don’t rush through our appointments, we really take the time to listen to you as an individual and therefore we can tailor your treatment and recovery programme to you and your lifestyle.

Here’s a few testimonials from the survey:

“Attentive, personal and you feel important and individual”

“Almost everything, from booking to total care of me! And now you do runners workshops for foam rolling etc. it is even better for me to stay injury free.”

“Treatment plans that fit in with my lifestyle and are proactive as well as re-active”goPhysio Testimonial

“Very welcoming staff without exception”

“Brilliant emails with videos”

“Very friendly, professional service. Made the experience of a painful situation instantly much better, then providing a long term follow up plan.”

“Could not fault anything.”

“Lovely to be greeted at reception with your name.”

Final Thoughts

We were so delighted with the results of the survey. Day to day, we regularly receive positive feedback, but receiving such a high volume of consistently, positive comments, was really very humbling. We genuinely care and invest so much into everything that happens at goPhysio. Nothing happens by chance, it’s all very carefully thought about. So, it’s great to know it’s working.

Obviously, we also gained some valuable insight into areas that can be improved – this is just as important, if not more so, than hearing the positive experiences. Anything that we identify as an area to work on, change and improve to make what we offer even better, is always welcomed! So, we are continually working ‘behind the scenes’ to further develop and enhance our services, so we can continue to help and support you!

 

Patient Survey goPhysio 2018

 

 

 

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Charity Support

Posted on 7th Feb 2018 by

As a local small business, we get inundated throughout the year with requests for support for charity The Brain Tumour Charityand fundraising events. To date, we have provided much support to these very worthwhile causes and efforts, as and when we have been approached.

However, we have now decided that we are going to support a single charity for the year and focus all our fundraising efforts on this single charity.

For 2018, we have decided to support The Brain Tumour Charity. At the beginning of this year, the 11 year old son of a very dear friend of goPhysio’s founders was diagnosed with a brain tumour. Brain tumours only receive 1% of government research funds, yet it is the second most prevalent of childhood cancers. So, we have decided to focus our fundraising efforts on this charity for 2018.

As part of our role with the Eastleigh 10k event next month, we will be providing pre and post race massages. In exchange we will be taking donations towards our chosen charity.

We hope to have some additional fund raising events planned for the year.

If you would like to make a donation to The Brain Tumour Charity, you can do so here.

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