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We’ve prepared our clinics to resume treatments

How you can help us combat coronavirus


Prior to coming in to see us, we are asking you to complete a simple questionnaire to confirm you are not suffering from any COVID-19 symptoms. 

Speak To Us
If You Feel Unsure

Call our patient care team to discuss any health-related matters before setting off on your journey.

Do not attend
Your Appointment

If you have any reason to believe you are not well or might be affected by any symptoms of COVID-19.

Help Stop the Spread of the Novel Coronavirus

Protect Yourself and Others

Practice Social Distancing

Even if you feel well, stay at home as much as possible. In public, keep at least 2 meters distance from others.

Wash Your Hands Cover Your Cough

Cover your cough and sneezes. Use your elbow or a tissue. Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.

Continue To Follow
Latest Guidance

Continue to follow the latest guidance when it comes to friends, family and your interactions to and from work.

the symptoms of COVID-19

What are the Symptoms of

High Fever

A fever is a high body temperature. A temperature of up to 38.9°C (102°F) can be helpful because it helps the body fight infection.

Continuous cough

Coughing is a routine bodily function, but when it lasts for an extended time, seek medical advice where appropriate.

Shortness of breath

Known medically as dyspnoea — is often described as an intense tightening in the chest - if you are coming down with any symptoms and remain unsure of what you should do, call the NHS line on 111.

Prevention Tips & Tricks

To date, the best way to combat COVID-19 IS TO KEEP ...

Washing your

Thorough hand washing helps prevent the spread of infectious diseases.

Cover your

When coughing or sneezing, cover with tissue and discard tissue immediately.

Stay home if you
feel sick

Isolate yourself for the protection of your family, friends and coworkers.

For Further information

To contain the spread of COVID-19

Follow the latest advice provided by Public Health England


Clean your
hands often

Thorough handwashing helps prevent the spread of infectious diseases.


Use alcohol based
hand rub

Good hand hygiene is the best weapon against the fight between with any infection.


If you feel unwell
stay home

Isolate yourself for the protection of your family, friends and coworkers.


Cover your nose
and mouth

When coughing or sneezing, cover with tissue and discard tissue immediately.


seek medical

Seek appropriate medical guidance if you or your loved ones continue to display any symptoms.


Say no to
Hand Shake

Keep practising social distancing and hygiene as this is the most effective thing we can do.

Information for Our Patients

on the day of your appointment and before you come to see us you must take our online questionnaire

Or Call The Patient Care Team:

To Reduce Risk of Cross Transmission to as Close to Zero as Possible


Our Aim

At London Back Pain Clinic our priority is keeping our clients and staff safe during the Coronavirus pandemic. Below is how we have changed our practice taking into account the WHO guidelines and UK government guidelines. These operational procedures will be continually adapted as the situation demands.

Remote Consultations Continue

Please be aware that we have been successfully running remote video-based physiotherapy consultations. Indeed, the first session lends itself to a video consultation as this is when the history of your musculoskeletal problem is taken. It is often the key step in working out how to treat your problem.

Changes we have made

A brief questionnaire sent by email will be completed by staff and clients to ensure that it is safe for both parties to meet face to face each time. Please see here for the questionnaire.

The physiotherapist will be wearing a mask, gloves and apron - clients are asked to come with a mask to the appointment.

To minimise face-to-face contact time, the physiotherapist will call the client in advance of bringing them into the clinic room. This will be to discuss COVID measures specific to the site, progress of treatment etc, so that the face-to-face time is used for performing any physical treatment. Should you, as the client, have worries about confidentiality the whole consultation will be done face-to-face.

Appointment Times

We have allowed a gap of 30 minutes between appointments. This is to allow for cleaning of the room between clients and minimising the risk of clients having to wait in close proximity to others.


Between each client, all ‘contact’ areas including door handles leading to the room, chairs, desk and medical equipment used for any treatment will be disinfected.

Regular hand washing for 20 seconds with provided alcohol sanitisers will be encouraged at the start, during and end of the consultation.

Clinic Room

The windows and door of the client room will be opened between clients to allow for the circulation of fresh air into the room.

Patients are advised to book appointments at off-peak times if travelling in specifically for the appointment. If at all possible use private transport or taxis to come to the appointment.

Staff have been encouraged to take sensible precautions on their journey into work such as wearing a mask in enclosed spaces such as the tube or bus.

This Page Will Be Updated To Reflect Any Changes

With Our Policy For covid-19

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