PHYSIOTHERAPY SELF-REFERRAL

How do I see a physiotherapist?Take me to Solent self-referral physiotherapy

Solent Physiotherapy Service offers assessment and treatment for people aged 16 and over, who have musculoskeletal (MSK) problems – that is a condition which affect the muscles and skeleton of the body. It also includes tendons, ligaments, joints, and nerves.  They specialise in conditions such as:

    * BaSelf-referral posterck and neck pain/stiffness
    * Shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand pain/stiffness
    * Muscle weakness and imbalance
    * Nerve pain, numbness, pins and needles
    * Hip, knee, foot and ankle pain/stiffness




* Solent NHS Trust physiotherapy service are accepting self-referral patients *

To self-refer online, click HERE

Alternatively, download the self-referral form by clicking the link below and follow the instructions shown.

Self-referral form

 

Please allow 4 working days from submitting your referral BEFORE you contact the department (posted referrals will take longer)

Telephone:  0300 1236680

The lines are open Monday to Friday, 08:00 - 16:00


SOUTHAMPTON MATERNITY SELF-REFERRAL

I'm pregnant - what happens next?

If you're at least six weeks pregnant, you can refer yourself directly to our maternity service using this form. Please have your NHS number available to complete this referral - if you don't know this, you can get it from your GP surgery. Please provide as much information as possible, as this will help us to provide you with the most appropriate care.

Maternity Self Referral - https://www.uhs.nhs.uk/OurServices/Maternityservices/Maternity-self-referral/Maternity-self-referral.aspx


SOCIAL PRESCRIBING SELF-REFERRAL

"Medicines can treat symptoms, but restoring quality of life sometimes need a broader approach". Please click on the link below to find our more and to self-refer to our Social Prescribers.

Social prescribing leaflet


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