Physiotherapy Training & Programmes

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Educate employees how to reduce the risk of work-related injuries with our physiotherapy training and programmes.

Physio training equips employees with the skills needed to improve movement and fitness to avoid musculoskeletal (MSK) injuries. Whether delivered via a one-off physio training event, a series of physiotherapy training sessions or one-to-one basis.

Our proactive and preventative physiotherapy programmes are tailored to your organisation’s needs and delivered by expert practitioners. In a way that’s also designed to reduce absence, boost performance and improve employee engagement.

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Physiotherapy Programmes

Our Physio programmes cover a wide range of topics, to help employees with:

  • Manual Handling
  • Ergonomics
  • Injury Prevention
  • Sedentary Workforce
  • Ageing Workforce
  • Active Workforce
  • Mobile Workforce
  • Physical Health

Physio training can be delivered to support both teams and individuals, via workshops, awareness events and 1:1 sessions.

We can deliver services in person or remotely, via webinars and podcasts, depending on your needs and budget.


Risk reduction

Our focus is to mitigate the risk of injuries within your organisation, such as back problems, upper limb discomfort or lower limb dysfunction. We deliver clinically effective programmes that help your people stay healthy.

Bespoke approach

We take the time needed to understand your culture, including entrenched processes. This enables us to design physio training that’s bespoke to your organisation, to improve workforce practices.

Measurable outcomes

The success of our delivery is measured against validated and reliable clinical outcomes, such as MSK related absence or injury reduction. So we can prove the impact generated and help you to measure a return on your investment.

Physio programme experts

All our physiotherapists are registered with the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC). They are practising clinical professionals, who develop physio programmes in keeping with the latest clinical updates and techniques.

They work together, innovating new solutions to meet the ever-evolving needs of a changing workforce. These include programmes to help ageing workforces remain strong and the increasing number of homeworkers to avoid MSK issues.

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Physiotherapy Training FAQs

Physiotherapy training can help all employees to avoid injuries such as back, neck and shoulder problems. The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) also advises that manual workers be given workplace-specific manual handling training. Vehicles are also considered workplaces for many employees, from paramedics and delivery drivers to HGV drivers. Meaning those vehicles are equally subject to HSE legislation and employees should be helped to work comfortably.

Our physio training can be designed to meet the needs of individuals or groups. For example, a group session can be delivered as a one-off workshop or as part of an awareness event. While wider education events can be delivered via webinars and podcasts. 1:1 training sessions (similar to graduated recovery programmes) can also be provided to deliver improvement and monitor care pathways and progression. We can discuss your needs and put forward tailored suggestions.
All our physio programmes are designed to deliver measurable outcomes of success, based on a detailed needs analysis. Our proven approach delivers unique training output, measured according to clinical outcomes, reduced absence, improved productivity and employee engagement. When working with individuals, targets are typically underpinned by a full clinical, function and MSK assessment. We establish baseline goals against which you can measure future improvements.

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We hope our website provides you with the information you need about us. If you would like to know more, please get in touch.
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