Complete Physio are very proud to announce that we are offering free consultations for NHS workers from Tuesday 14th April 2020 until further notice. In recognition of the amazing and brave work that NHS staff are undertaking in this extremely troubling time. Complete Physio have decided to offer a contribution to their health and wellbeing by providing free consultations to NHS workers.
We recognise the extreme physical and psychological demands of the work many NHS staff are currently undertaking with little time to look after themselves. This unfortunately puts many staff at high risk of musculoskeletal injuries at this time. With so many NHS staff redeploying to the acute wards looking after patients with COVID-19 unfortunately access to A&E and musculoskeletal services has become very limited in many hospitals.
The team at Complete Physio have a large number of friends and colleagues within the NHS and therefore, we feel at this time we would like to do anything we can to try to help assist and support them in the best way we can. Therefore, until further notice, we shall be offering free remote on-line consultations for NHS staff.
We have tried to make this as simple and easy to access as possible. For bookings please call 02074823875 (Mon-Friday 9am-5pm) or email email@example.com . When booking please simply advise our team that you are an NHS worker and you will be required to show your NHS ID badge to your treating therapist – so please don’t forget to have your NHS ID badge to hand!
Clinical director, Dave Baker, said ‘We are all extremely proud of our friends and colleagues within the NHS. Many of us worked within the NHS for many years. I personally spent a fantastic 17 years in the NHS and really wanted to show our appreciation and support for our colleagues and the whole of the NHS. We recognise this is a small contribution, but we really hope that many other private physiotherapy providers will follow our lead with this offer. The COVID pandemic has really shown us once again what an amazing organisation the NHS really is. We are all extremely proud and grateful for the work they are doing, and the bravery they are showing. This is our way of making a small contribution to try to help and support their efforts’.