Occupational Health Physiotherapy Services

Helping you to embed safe working practices and rehabilitate injured employees.

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 Occupational Physiotherapy Services 

Reduce sickness absence with occupational physiotherapy services to treat and prevent musculoskeletal (MSK) injuries.

Occupational health physio can help you to embed safe working practices and avoid MSK health issues. It also helps employees to recover from new challenges, such as Long Covid.

Our evidence-based occupational health physiotherapy focuses on improving movement and function for those affected by injury, illness or disability. While our proactive services reduce work-related health risks to keep employees healthy and prevent sickness absence.

 

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    Evidenced-based

    Occupational health physiotherapy

    We constantly evolve our services to meet our clients’ changing needs. Our occupational physiotherapy services currently include:

     

    • Work hardening
    • Physiotherapy interventions
    • Chronic pain management
    • Group exercise therapy
    • Traditional 1:1 physiotherapy
    • Effective workplace adjustments
    • Return-to-work programmes
    • Workforce education initiatives
    • Long Covid rehabilitation
    • Ageing workforce support

Features

  • Clinical specialists

    PAM Physio Solutions’ occupational health physiotherapy services are based on robust research and applied practice. Our skilled clinicians treat all diagnosed conditions related to the muscles, nerves, joints and tendons.

  • Tailored approach

    We provide a tailored package of case management and ergonomic services. These rehabilitate injured employees, establish safe working practices and make your workplace more productive.

  • Stay-in-work focus

    Our workplace adjustments promote injury prevention and help those affected to stay in work, or return to work, while recovering. They reduce absence and boost both productivity and employee engagement.

Health and work specialists

 

All our physiotherapists are members of the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Occupational Health and Ergonomics (ACPOHE).

They are both health and work specialists, who understand how the workplace can cause or exacerbate musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). This makes them ideally suited to helping you reduce the risk of injury associated with certain roles or tasks.

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Physio Advice Line

The Musculoskeletal (MSK) information and advice line enables rapid access to MSK advice and intervention. This includes…
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Treatments

We study the science of movement and know how to quickly identify the cause of your musculoskeletal (MSK) problem. As a…
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Conditions

Physio Solutions Musculoskeletal Experts treat all problems associated with muscles, bones, nerves, cartilage, tendons,…
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Absence Management

Understanding your workplace needs and culture to deliver Absence Management Strategies by working collaboratively and d…
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Corporate Services

With our Corporate Physiotherapy Services, your employees will be healthier, happier, and more productive at the workpla…
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Training and Programmes

Bespoke and passionate training, developed and delivered with you in mind.
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Strategies & Solutions

Data-driven physiotherapy solutions to reduce MSK related absence and injuries
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Rehabilitation Programmes

We offer a range of specialist rehabilitation programmes in addition to traditional acute physiotherapy treatment servic…
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Occupational Physiotherapy Services FAQs

  • What is occupational health physiotherapy?

    Occupational health physiotherapy is concerned with preventing and treating injuries resulting from poor musculoskeletal (MSK) health at work. These include back problems experienced by manual workers due to poor lifting technique. Neck and shoulder injuries affecting office workers due to poor posture can also be helped with occupational physiotherapy. Therapists educate employees to avoid problems and providing treatment and adjustments to recover if they do develop issues.

  • How do occupational physiotherapy services benefit employers?

    Musculoskeletal injuries are a major cause of sickness absence for employers, even though they are largely preventable. By using occupational physio services, you can educate people how to stay healthy to reduce absence and boost employee engagement. Treatment services help people recover once they get sick, allowing them to return to work sooner, boosting loyalty and productivity. The overall benefit is the creation of a safer workplace and a healthier and happier workforce.

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