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Frequently Asked Questions

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Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ's

No. Your child does not need a referral in order to have a Therapy Stars assessment and treatment.

Yes. Your child is entitled to receive treatment from a range of resources. We will, however, ask for your consent to liaise closely with their NHS therapist in order to ensure that we can discuss treatment and similar goals for your child

Probably! It is important that we have the most up to date information about your child. This may involve liaising with their GPs, Consultants and other healthcare professionals. It may also include discussing their progress with Education staff. However, we will always ask for your consent and explain to you why it is necessary to share information about your child at that time.

No. At present we do NOT have any waiting list, so you and child will be offered an appointment as soon as is mutually convenient.

Every child is different. This will depend on their level of need and progress. There is no set timescale for therapy input.

Yes! Although at present Therapy Stars is unable to offer other therapies, such as Occupational Therapy or Speech and Language Therapy, we do have links to other Therapists in the area and may be able to offer you some advice. Please contact us for more information.

Have another question? Contact Us and we will be able to help you.

Having known Sian and the quality of her work since 2009 when she was part of the physiotherapy team at our Son’s community school in West Cheshire, we employed her in July 2014, when she created Therapy Stars, to help our son, M, recover from hip reconstruction surgery at Alder Hey Hospital, Liverpool.

Sian provided intensive physiotherapy to begin with and then dropped to weekly sessions, which we continue to this day.

M has severe physical disabilities, a learning disability and autism and knowing how to motivate him to co-operate with his exercises while dealing with the combination of these challenges is a skill very few people possess. Sian has this at her fingertips.

We were informed that M would lose the ability to transfer when he was approximately 13 (2012) however we can only thank Sian and her team for their skills, dedication and ability to motivate him to both do, and more importantly, enjoy his exercises for the fact that currently (2019) he is still able to transfer from beds, toilets, shower and wheelchairs. Not having to be hoisted for personal functions allows him to continue living as independent a life as possible without major restrictions.

POWER TO THE BEST PHYSIOTHERAPY TEAM AROUND in our opinion.

Shirley