John Moore BSc (Hons) MCSP HPC AACP is a physiotherapist with more than 25 years' experience based in Kingsbridge who is offering effective online appointments throughout the coronavirus lockdown.
About John Moore
John Moore BSc (Hons) MCSP HPC AACP has established roots in the South Hams with his practice at The Hen House in Kingsbridge, Devon. The father-of-two is utilising the skills he has gained to benefit the communities of Kingsbridge, Salcombe, Dartmouth and further afield.
Before making the move into private practice, John spent five years as the lead physiotherapist for Exeter Chiefs. He has strong credentials within the sporting world having also worked for Northamptonshire County Cricket Club, England RFU and Surfing GB. He has spent more than a decade in private practice in Exeter and Northampton after gaining experience in orthopaedic, geriatric, paediatric and neurological departments of NHS hospitals in London and Oxford.
John has more than 25 years of physiotherapy and sports science experience and his knowledge of strength, conditioning and rehabilitation has ensured the swift return to full fitness for elite athletes, amateur sports people and non-athletes alike.
John is proud of his ongoing investment in his continued professional development, regularly undertaking expert-led online and face-to-face courses and research.
Physiotherapy & rehabilitation
John offers hands-on physiotherapy - currently video appointments - and individually tailored rehabilitation programmes to ensure an optimal return to pain-free daily living and participation in sport.
He has established referral and support networks in Plymouth, Exeter, Bristol and London to refer on appropriately to consultants, podiatrists, allied healthcare and fitness practitioners and when further investigations are required.
- Experienced in treating patients of all ages
- Long-term & new injuries
- Back, neck & joint injuries
- Muscle, tendon, ligaments & nerve problems
- Loss of mobility & function
- Anxiety & stress
Online video consultations can still get you better
Most people come for physiotherapy with a belief that I am going to use my hands to get them better and that it is going to hurt. Hands on is such a small part of what I do that the challenge of video link is one I find exciting and opens a whole new way to get patients better.
With the arrival of coronavirus affecting every business, it initiated a profound and potentially exciting change to the way we deliver physiotherapy and rehabilitation.
Here are a few tips on what to expect
In the current time of lockdown and self-isolation, you will still receive a friendly, professional welcome via video or phone appointment. When you answer the call or click the link, please think of this as opening the door to my consulting room.
Appointments can be carried out via FaceTime, Zoom, Skype, etc. and will last 30 minutes or longer. Ideally, ensure your device is free standing and has the potential to show the whole of you, not just your face! You will also need space to move, so I can lead you through your rehabilitation exercises.
- £30 for 30 minutes remote video or telephone
- £60 for up to 45 minutes 1:1 (when permitted again)
- £40 for 30 minutes 1:1 (when permitted again)
Longer appointments maybe recommended (via video and phone) for appropriate conditions.
All insurance patients welcome - including Bupa, Nuffield and others.
Prices for home visits (when permitted again) charged according to time spent away from practice.
Please either call me on the number above or contact me through the green button on this listing if you have any questions or you would like to book an appointment