Our Virtual Physiotherapy & Online Pilates Clinic is Live!
Are you in Pain? Then check out what we’re offering virtually:
Coronavirus may have stopped all face to face treatment and all of our group Pilates classes but we have spent the last three weeks researching, planning, trialing, improving and rearranging so that we can offer you a fully functioning Virtual Clinic, which includes Virtual Physiotherapy & Online Pilates classes.
Yes you have read those words correctly.
We have taken the exciting step to turn our normal services into a technologically advanced Virtual Clinic.
This may seem bizarre but in the face of a pandemic we have learnt that you must adapt so we can continue to serve our community.
Our Virtual Physiotherapy & Online Pilates clinic allows you to access the professional advice, education and rehabilitation strategies to help you manage your own pain.
At advance physiotherapy & sports injury clinic we have over 50 years of combined clinic experience within our team. This can now be accessed without needing to travel, which will be of particular benefit to those with busy family lives or work lives.
The Feedback from our Online Pilates classes has been absolutely superb and really encouraging. People tell us they love having the ability to attend an unlimited number of classes during the blocks of classes. They’re also telling us that it keeps them supple and keeps their core strong.
We realise that our local community in Northern Ireland will continue to experience pain and that you will still get injuries over the next coming months. That is why we have moved our clinic into the comfort of your own home.
- Online Virtual Physiotherapy via specially encrypted video software
- Online Pilates via group video classes using zoom
- Booking and payments via our online booking portal
- New downloadable app called PHYSIAPP
- Fully automated email and text confirmations/ reminders
These appointments are coronavirus safe, easy to use and give you professional advice whenever and wherever you need it.
Photo credit: Tim Liggat