High Street, Highworth, Swindon. SN6 7AG
links below are professional bodies and other websites which are
in this website.
Please look at these websites to understand more
about the role of physiotherapists and what they can do for you.
Visit our facebook page.
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
Professional educational and trade union body for the UK's Chartered
Health & Care Professions Council
Health & Care Professions Council (previously HPC, The
Health Professions Council until July 2012) regulate a number of health professions and
police the quality of treatments the professions give.
physiotherapist must be a member of the HCPC to practice physiotherapy in the UK.
You can check the register on their website to confirm that yours is registered.
Physio First The Organisation of
Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice
Has some very good advice on which medical
conditions can benefit from physiotherapy but the wesite can be slow.
Acupuncture Association of Chartered
physiotherapists follow post graduate courses to use acupuncture as a
treatment. They are regulated by the AACP.
The Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates
ACPAT Association of
Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy
physiotherapists are also trained to treat animals and are regulated by
CKS Clinical Knowledge Summaries website
This website is an oficial NHS wesite and contains a vast amount of independant information on all medical conditions.
It also contains downloadable patient information leaflets to give you more information about your condition.
Please have a look at what other businesses and whats on in Highworth.
We have many fine restaurants, eateries and specialist shops.
Why not check them out either before or after your apointment.
Highworth Physiotherapy Clinic is proud to be a member of the Highworth Business Group.
This group promotes businesses in Highworth and works to improve facilities in the Town.