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A workstation assessment, a vital component of physiotherapy, entails evaluating an individual’s ergonomic setup at their workplace. Skilled physiotherapists assess factors like desk height, chair positioning, and screen placement to ensure optimal posture and reduce the risk of musculoskeletal issues. This proactive approach not only enhances comfort but also promotes long-term well-being, making it an integral aspect of workplace health and safety.

PhysioComesToYou offers a flexible approach to our physiotherapy appointments. We understand that attending a clinic can be inconvenient so we offer a mobile service. Our expert physiotherapists can attend at your work, care home, school or home at a time to suit you. We have appointments at the weekend and during the evening so you can be on the road to recovery as soon as possible.

We Specialise in Utilising the following Types of Therapy

Back Pain

Neck Pain

Shoulder Pain

Groin Pain

Foot Pain

Ankle Pain

Elbow Pain

Hip Pain

Workstation Assessments

The way that your working environment is set up is very important particularly for those who spend a lot of time at their desks. Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) arising in pain has become increasingly more common over the years with people having more sedentary jobs involving being at their desk for many hours every day.

Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) involves developing symptoms from keeping prolonged postures or from oversuse of equipment whether at a workstation or with other work equipment. These symptoms may include aching, cracking, numbness, pain, tingling, reduced movement in joints and strength. If the problem causing the symptoms is left then it may become chronic meaning the symptoms will last for many years. Commonly known conditions that can result from a poorly set up workstation include tennis elbow, neck pain, back pain, nerve pain, carpal tunnel syndrome.

Physiotherapists can come to the workplace to provide a workstation assessment for individuals or for groups of individuals within one Company. They will optimise your working environment to help keep your body in a good position which causes minimal stress on your body. Following the assessment they will write a report which will be provided to yourself and your work Occupational Health team if present outlining the changes that need to be made. Any workstation equipment we may recommend can be found at our online shop.

The assessment of the postures you adopt at work can be corrected to help prevent RSI from starting. Also regular breaks are recommended at each hour where you walk around and do a few stretches, which will help prevent RSI.

The physiotherapist will also go through PAUSE which is a number of exercises which take about a minute to do and are recommended to do at regular intervals if working for prolonged sessions in one position. They help to mobilise joints and stretch muscles and help to prevent problems developing

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Chartered Physiotherapist Jacob qualified from Rajiv Gandhi University of Karnataka, India as a physiotherapist in January 2001. Jacob has experience of working in a variety of different specialties within the NHS as well as the private sector over the years. These include musculoskeletal, neurological, rehabilitation, acute respiratory, care of the elderly, community, mental h ...


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Chartered Physiotherapist Maninder has 17 years of experience in providing Physiotherapy assessment and treatment to patients in NHS and private settings. She started working with NHS in 2005 and got the opportunity to work in Surrey and London Hospitals. Her areas of expertise are elderly care, musculoskeletal conditions, elective and trauma orthopaedics, falls, out of hospita ...


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Chartered Physiotherapist Bhawna qualified as a Chartered physiotherapist in 2007 from Delhi University, India and then pursued her interest in neuroscience and completed M.Sc. Neurorehabilitation from Brunel University,London in 2009. She has been working in the UK in NHS, private and charity organisations since 2009. She specialises in Neurophysiotherapy including cases like ...


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Chartered Physiotherapist After completing 8 years of training at The Royal Ballet School, and dancing professionally for a short time, Aimee turned her attention to physiotherapy following many long standing injuries and a desire to help improve the wellbeing of others. Aimee graduated from St George’s University London in 2016 with a BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy degree and has ...


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Chartered Physiotherapist Florence qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 2006 from the University of East London. She began her Physiotherapy career at a busy District General Hospital in London. She has worked in many specialities and has chosen to focus on working in a domiciliary capacity within the NHS. The areas in which she has extensive experience of treating, incl ...


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Chartered Physiotherapist Caroline is a Chartered Physiotherapist and is registered with the Health and Care Professionals Council. She graduated from Glasgow University with a Bsc in Anatomy and Physiology in 2007 before studying Physiotherapy as a Masters degree at Glasgow Caledonian University until January 2011. Soon after graduating she joined a leading sports injury clini ...


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