We are an outpatient physiotherapy service with specialities in orthopaedic triage, women’s health and general musculoskeletal physiotherapy.

We provide assessment and treatment to people who may have had an injury or have an underlying musculoskeletal (MSK) problem. We aim to provide you with a diagnosis and treatment plan to manage your specific needs. We treat issues relating to your muscles, nerves and skeleton. Common problems include pain or discomfort in your joints, muscles, tendons or ligaments.

What happens after I am referred?

Once we have received your referral from your GP or consultant, you will be sent a letter from our Care Coordination Team requesting you call us to make an appointment that best suits you – at one of these locations:

  • Abbots Bromley Surgery, School House Lane, Abbots Bromley, Rugeley WS15 3BT
  • Balance Street Health Centre, Balance Street, Uttoxeter ST14 8JG
  • Barton Health Centre, Short Lane, Barton-under-Needwood, Burton on Trent DE13 8LT
  • Hill Street Health & Well Being Clinic, Hill Street, Burton on Trent DE15 9LD
  • The Northgate Surgery, Carters Square, Smithfield Road, Uttoxeter ST14 7FN
  • Tutbury Health Centre, Monk St, Tutbury, Burton on Trent DE13 9NA

What happens during my appointment?

During your appointment the clinician will examine you to assess your problem. For this examination you may be required to undress to some degree depending upon your problem, for example removal of a top for a shoulder problem. Please consider this and wear appropriate loose clothing so that you are comfortable and able to move freely during the examination. Please also bring a list of medication you are currently taking.

Your initial assessment will be 30-45 minutes long. Your physiotherapist will ask you questions about the reason you have been referred, your past medical history and the impact this has had on your work and hobbies.
They will then form a physical assessment. To complete this thoroughly you might be asked to remove some of your clothing, so you may want to wear or bring shorts with you as well as a short-sleeved top or vest.
You will then both formulate a treatment plan according to your problems, your expectations and your goals. If appropriate you will be given written information and and when possible, a follow up appointment will be booked with the same member of staff.

Get in Contact

Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Trust Headquarters, St. George's Hospital, Corporation Street, Stafford ST16 3SR

E-mail: enquiries@mpft.nhs.uk 

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0300 790 7000
(staffed 24 hours a day, every day)

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