Useful information
All Infinity Physiotherapists are full members of the:

Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP)
The CSP offers UK recognition as a Physiotherapist and Professional Indemnity cover.
Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC)
HCPC is an independent, UK-wide regulatory body responsible for setting and maintaining standards of professional training, performance and conduct.
Association of Paediatric Chartered Physiotherapists (APCP)
The APCP is a specialist interest group within the CSP which aims to promote excellence through specialist training and communications amongst those working with babies, children and adolescents.
Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS)
DBS is a criminal record checking service to prevent unsuitable people from working with vulnerable groups, including children

Infinity Physiotherapists will happily share their accreditation registration numbers with you upon request.

What to expect at your first appointment
Your Infinity Physiotherapist will start by asking all about your child and your concerns. This will include their past medical and family history, their gross motor skill development and if appropriate, nursery/school life and what their enjoy doing.

They will then carry out a specialist objective assessment. It is important that they can clearly see how the child’s body is moving and so they will ask for babies to be undressed down to their nappies and for older children to wear a vest and shorts.

Following assessment they will discuss the findings with you and if required a management plan and goals will be agreed together. A home and nursery/school programme can be provided which will always take into consideration family life and educational needs of the child.

Referrals to other health professionals
All the Infinity Physiotherapist’s have experience of working within paediatric multi-disciplinary teams and are happy to make appropriate onward referrals or liaise on your behalf with other health professionals. Our ultimate goal is to ensure your child is receiving all the support they need to reach their maximum potential and goals.

Who needs to be present at the first appointment
It is essential that the parent/legal guardian is present at the first appointment in order to provide written consent to the assessment and treatment of the child and to agree to your Infinity Physiotherapist’s terms and conditions of providing input.

After the first appointment, it is not necessary for the parent to be present. For example, children can be treated at nursery and school.

Re-scheduling and canceling appointments
We ask that you try to provide us with at least 24 hours notice if you would like to cancel/re-arrange your appointment. The full fee will be charged if you do not attend your appointment without any prior notice.