Frequently Asked Questions
In this section we try to answer some of the questions you might have about Physioflex and your appointment. If you can’t find what you are looking for we are happy for you to call 01506 237770 or email email@example.com
Do I need to be referred by a Doctor?
- If you will be using medical insurance you should check your policy as some insurance companies require a GP referral before they will pay for treatment.
- There is no need to go to your GP first, you can phone the clinic direct to book an appointment or book online Book Now
Where are your clinics?
We have clinics within the Xcite Gym in Bathgate and in Seafield, West Lothian
How can I book an appointment?
You can book an appointment by calling 01506 237770. We are available from 8am to 9.30pm every day. Our online booking is currently unavailable as we are continuing to have gaps in between appointments to allow deep cleaning post Covid. As soon as we feel it is safe to do so, we will reopen the online booking portal.
How long is an appointment?
Appointments are 30 min, 45 min or 60 min. For your first appointment we always recommend a 45 min or 60 min appointment as the therapist will have to take a case history and discuss your issue, requirements and likely treatments and the longer appointments allow this and treatment to happen in the same session.
What should I wear
Please wear clothing that you feel comfortable in. A full examination of the painful area is essential. We will need to see it and the surrounding area. We will always try to preserve as much dignity as possible. If you have a leg or lower body issue wearing shorts is recommended and for a upper body issue a sports vest of some sort is recommended. If you have any concerns at all please discuss these with your therapist and you can always bring someone with you to the appointment if that makes you feel more relaxed and at ease.
Should I have medical notes and X-Rays on hand?
The more information the therapist has about your condition the better the therapist can make an informed decision. Please bring with you any information you think will help us, help you.