Are The Practitioners All Fully Qualified?
All Physiotherapists at Aberdeen Physiotherapy are fully qualified and members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)
Do I Need A Doctor's Referral?
You do not necessarily need to see your GP prior to physiotherapy, unless your Insurance Company stipulates this as a requirement. If you are paying for treatment independently you are free to see a physiotherapist first. We may contact your GP or ask you to visit them if we feel this is necessary.
Are You Registered With The Major Health Insurance Providers?

Yes, we are registered with most major providers. However, we no longer accept Bupa. Some insurance providers require you to obtain a pre-authorisation number prior to attending the clinic.

What Do I wear to the sessions?

It is recommended that you wear loose fitting clothing.You may feel more comfortable wearing shorts for lower limb and back problems. Your physiotherapist will require you to partially undress to assess and treat your problem appropriately.

Can a friend/relative accompany me?

Of course you are welcome to have a friend or family member in the treatment room if this makes you more comfortable. Children and babies can come into the room although you may prefer to get someone to look after them to ensure that you get the most out of your session.

What should I expect from my first visit?
Your first session will normally last 40 mins. This will allow the therapist to assess your main problems, discuss your goals and start your treatment programme. A registration consent form requires to be completed prior to treatment – for this reason, please arrive 5 minutes prior to your appointment.
Do you treat children?

We are happy to treat children age 10 and above with sports injuries or musculoskeletal problems but under 16’s must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

How long will my appointment last?
Treatment sessions are for 30-40 minutes.
How often will I need to come for treatment?
Number of sessions will depend on individual problems and how acute your symptoms are. Following the initial assessment your physiotherapist will be able to advise you further.
How much does it cost?
For pricing information please visit our pricing page here
How Can I Pay?

Card payments are preferred but cash is acceptable. Unfortunately we can no longer accept payment by cheque. We accept all credit and debit cards except American Express.

How do I make an appointment?

Appointments can be made in person, by phone, by email or click here to book online

Do you have parking?
There is ample on street metered parking close to the practice in Watson Street or Cornhill Road.
Which Bus Route Are You On?

If you are coming by bus, Stagecoach numbers 10 and 35 and First Bus numbers 9, 59, X14 and X20 pass the practice. Many alternative routes pass close by via Rosemount Place and Berryden Road.

“All staff extremely professional, caring & friendly”

Mrs I

“Very, very good physiotherapy”

Mr O

“Excellent experience, explained the problem I was having and gave clear instructions to cure it”

Mr B

“The team are lovely and have helped my back pain tremendously. Highly recommend, thank you”

Miss T

Contact Us

99 Westburn Road, Aberdeen AB25 2SG

01224 626 266

Getting Here

You can find us on Westburn Road at the traffic lights on the corner of Watson Street.

We are opposite Victoria Park and Cornhill Hospital. If you are travelling here by car, there is ample on street metered parking close to the practice on both Watson Street and Cornhill Road. If you are coming via bus, numbers 8 & 59 pass the practice and many alternative routes pass close by via Rosemount Place and Berryden Road.

Opening Times

Monday 8.45am - 7.00pm
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 8.15am - 5.30pm
Thursday 8.15am - 5.30pm
Friday 8.15am - 1.30pm

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