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Appointments & Questions

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How do I get an appointment for a knee assessment?

Most patients with knee pain or knee problems will either self refer for Physiotherapy or will be referred by their GP or hospital consultant from the Glasgow area.

To arrange an appointment contact Frank Gilroy directly on 07906 250 032 


What happens at a knee injury consultation?

Your knee injury appointment will be typically 30 to 45 minutes for a new referral. During that time I will carry out a thorough clinical assessment of your knee and ensure you receive advice, education and management strategies.

Will I need further investigation?

Should you need further investigation I will refer you back to your GP or Consultant for their opinion as this is a medical decision.

When can I return to work or sport?

My aim is to return patients back to their work and sport as soon as possible. The length of time depends on the injury and the treatment required. Additionally, the demands of work or the particular sport, the healing time of injury and rate of progress through rehabilitation goals are all factors in the return to activity.

What do I need to tell my insurance company?

I am recognised by the major insurance companies for Physiotherapy in Glasgow, but I would advise my patients to contact them before any consultation. You will need to get authorisation from your insurer before attending for Physiotherapy and specify to them which of my clinics you will be attending.

2 thoughts on “Appointments & Questions”

  1. Do you assist with treatment for OA…as I have just been diagnosed with it…I am Male age 55…decent fitness…

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