Frequently Asked Questions

Below you’ll find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions at our Physiotherapy Center. We are constantly adding most asked questions to this page so if you have a question and don’t see your answer, do not hesitate to email us at info@physiocenter.com

Patients may schedule appointments by visiting the clinic between 08:00 and 21:00 Monday – Friday or 08:00 – 14:00 or by calling (+357) 23 724324.

Sometimes the unexpected happens and you need to cancel your appointment make sure you call us as soon as possible.

Please visit Contact us page for all your queries and appointment requests. You can also call us on (+357) 23724324

First appointment, please check the following:
  • It is crucial that you are punctual to your appointments.
  • During your first visit a full assessment and clinical examination will take place in order to discover the actual problem as it approximately takes forty minutes to one hour.
  • If any relevant letters or reports are available from your doctor, x-rays, MRI or CT scan tests please bring them with you.
  • By the end of the assessment we will discuss the findings and explain any questions you may have.
  • A treatment plan will be prepared – specially tailored and made to your medical needs, taking into consideration your lifestyle, general health and leisure activities.
  • Continued advice and guidance by our professional team will be provided during session.
  • Sometimes the treatment plan might need to involve the professional opinion and or treatment from other expert’s e.g. orthopedic doctor, neurologist, neurosurgeon, podiatry and possibly other experts of the fields.
  • Dress code: Please take into consideration that you might be requested to take your clothing off. Shorts and t-shirts are strongly advised.
  • If you wish to be accompanied during your treatment you are welcome to do so by maximum 1 family member. Please note that not all areas are accessible by escorts.
  • In the event that you wish to be escorted please let us know who that person will be.
  • Before entering our practice please inform us in the case of pregnancy or a heart pacer.
Repeat Patient Appointments
  • Our team will inform you of what to bring with you.

Good time management as a physiotherapist is not just about being super-organised. It’s also about using the available time productively and not over-stretching yourself, which means having realistic and achievable goals. Key things to mention are forward planning, time allocation and reviewing your performance to learn lessons for the future.

As quickly or as early as possible. Early intervention is critical to a speedy recovery. Studies have shown that people who receive treatment right after an injury, have shorter recovery time and are eight times less likely to develop chronic pain.

During an initial assessment, we will ask you detailed questions about your injury. Questions about your health history, medical conditions, how you got injured, your level of pain, and your description of the pain will be asked. Once we understand the scope of your injury, we will test the severity of your injury using variable techniques and/or equipment . For further detail check Your First Visit page.

This mainly depends on the nature of the presenting condition; Which will be assessed in your first visit.

All rooms or spaces that we have will be performing any sort of treatments in private.

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