Domiciliary Physiotherapy

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Domiciliary Physiotherapy

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"Once you choose Hope, anything is possible"
- Christopher Reeve



Do you have a question?

Do I need to see my GP first?

No, you do not need a referral from The NHS to start your treatment with us. Unless you are using private insurance and they specify otherwise, we will see you without the need for any delay.

What shall I wear?

Wear something comfortable and appropriate for the area of your injury to be assessed - e.g. shorts for a knee injury. We understand that some people can be nervous or put off by the thought of an examination, please be assured that we are professionals and your modesty will be respected at all times.

When do I pay?

A secure online payment link will be emailed to you before your appointment along with details of how to make a BACS payment.  Payment is requested before the appointment so that we can dedicate every last minute of our time with you to treatment and not admin. If you have private health insurance, we will deal with your referring company direct.  Our preferred method of payment is by secure online payment, but we also accept card and cash payments in the clinic if that's preferred. Printed receipts are available upon request.  Our fees can be seen here.

Can I change my appointment?

We ask that you give us a minimum of 24 hrs notice of any changes to your appointment so that we can offer the appointment to another client. Less than 24 hours' notice may result in a charge.  You can call us, email, or send us a text.

Do I need to bring anything with me?

If you have had any tests or investigations related to your problem (like a scan or X Ray), it can be helpful to bring these along.

What are your qualifications?

Our physiotherapists are very experienced and fully qualified professionals.  They are registered with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP) and Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC). 

How many sessions will I need?

This will depend on factors such as:

  • How long you've had a problem

  • The severity of your symptoms and condition

  • What you want to be able to do? For example, a person wishing to get back to training for a specific sport or event may require a longer course of treatment for a knee injury than an office worker who spends a lot of time sitting.


A standard course of physiotherapy would be around 3-5 sessions but this can vary.  A client with a minor injury or someone seeking advice on what they should and shouldn’t be doing in relation to their condition might just need 1-2 sessions covering specific exercises to do themselves at home.  However, a client requiring post-operative treatment or neuro physio for stroke recovery may require treatment over a longer period. 

We pride ourselves on transparency and honesty at Hope Physiotherapy Clinic, you can be assured that we will not extend your treatment unnecessarily.


Our Customer Reviews


I have struggled on and off for a few years with the same pain in my body, just a couple of sessions has reduced the pain to just a niggle, and as long as I follow the advice that niggle will be gone very soon. I actually felt Never listened to me rather than jump to conclusions. If you are looking for a friendly, extremely knowledgeable Physio I recommend Hope.

Andy L

Never is an extraordinary man and a very special Physio. I broke my neck in 4 places in a terrible accident only 6 months ago, finding Never was one of the single biggest and luckiest things I have done. His skills are remarkable and go way beyond just basic physiotherapy care. He has brought me back to full fitness after just a few visits. The people of Portsmouth are indeed very lucky to have this caring and highly professional qualified man here in the city.

Kate B

Never the physiotherapist is very professional and knowledgeable. He puts you at ease and he provides very helpful advice in a very friendly way. He offers a 15-minute free online consultation bookable via his website, so this is helpful if you are unsure what to book. I would highly recommend! Many thanks!


For 30+ years I have been having this backache almost on daily basis. During the years it was diagnosed as spondylolisthesis. I was told to exercise, do physio, or undergo an operation. I went from one physio‘ to another and exercised to no avail. Then a couple of years ago I went to hope physio when it was so bad, I barely could walk. A few days after the pain started to subside and now I am completely pain-free. thank you so much, ever so grateful.


Never treated me after I had for a major rotator cuff repair. My surgeon warned that I might not get all the movement back. Never was happy to work hard with me to ensure that actually I did get almost 100% movement back. He tailored exercises to my needs and was so supportive, and positive that I would succeed. He really understands shoulders and this meant that he provided me with the most appropriate exercises. Thank you so much Never, Totally recommended.

Sian B