KPHYSIO is an independent physiotherapy service that provides independent neurological physiotherapy specific to your needs.
We treat the following conditions:
Stroke, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinsons, MND, Huntingdons Disease, Functional neurological disorders and Somatoform Disorders, and other neurological conditions. Access to some of the latest technologies in rehabilitation is available here (such as FES, SAEBO, Pablo).
Whether a new diagnosis or a longer standing condition KPhysio is here to help you find the best treatment to enable you to reach your goals.
Home or Clinic:
KPHYSIO is a Neurological Physiotherapy Service for the Bristol and South Glos area that allows assessment and treatment in a lovely clinic setting or your your own home, ensuring that your treatment is specific to both your needs and environment: additional charges for home visits.
Kphysio Is also pleased to be able to offer treatment in the following locations:
The Willow Brook Clinic Physiotherapy and Chiropractic Clinic in Bradley Stoke. Visit
Appointments on request via KPHYSIO.
The Old Rectory Clinic in Iron Acton. Visit
Appointments currently available Wednesday mornings, please contact KPHYSIO.
Physio also works with Ectron Limited (Distributors of Bioness L300 and H200)
Kphysio Is the Outreach provider for National Clinical FES Centre (Salisbury Hospital) for Functional Electrical Stimulation for foot drop.
KPhysio is a trained clinician and provider of:
--BIONESS (The L300 wireless functional electrical stimulation for foot drop, or H200 functional electrical stimulation for the upper limb)
- PACE FES on behalf of Salisbury NHS Odstock Medical (Functional Electrical Stimulation for drop foot and upper limb)
-Pablo -upper limb rehabilitation programme that can evaluate range of movement and grip and provide a therapy programme and report.
SAEBO (upper limb rehabilitation) orthosis and dynamic splints and therapy programmes.
Call KPHYSIO Neurological Physiotherapy on 07900 213088
or email Kirsty@KPHYSIO.co.uk
KPhysio is registered with Physiofirst, Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP)