Health & Work

Improve your employee well being and reduce absence figures

Physiotherapy has been shown to have demonstrable effects in reducing both the incidence and overall number of days lost to ill health and accidents in the workplace.

We are well placed to advise on improving your working environment and provide ergonomic guidelines to help you find the best environment to suit your body. We will identify the factors which have caused the symptoms which are nearly always related to a repetitive task related to your working posture e.g. keyboard typing.

Physio treatments may include individualised advice and exercises to become “work fit” or, if necessary, a specific treatment for an injury to facilitate return to work. 

The benefits to employers:

Our physiotherapy treatments are validated by all major health insurance companies

In house physiotherapy

Workstation assessments

Vehicle assessments

Training programmes at your workplace

Backcare awareness

Ergonomics consultancy

Common workplace complaints include back pain, stiff or painful necks, sore shoulders and upper backs, sprains, joint pain and muscle strains and recurring headaches.

Our Health & Work Plans

impact physio


10% discount
£ 40
45 mins
  • Free to join
  • No Commitment
  • Your employees qualify for an immediate 10% discount
  • Includes 10% off our Full Body MOT
  • Pay as you Go


15% discount
£ 49
45 mins
  • Employer pays for initial appointment
  • No Commitment
  • Cost of follow up sessions are split between employer / employee
  • Employer receives a report with treatment recommendations
  • Pay as you Go


20% discount
£ 44 45 mins
  • Ideal for larger companies
  • Employer pre-purchases a set number of physio sessions
  • Provide an ongoing high quality physiotherapy service for your employees.
  • We will report monthly on your budget to ensure you have control of spending.
  • Monthly Payment

How to improve your workspace environment

  • One of the first things to check is if your workstation is symmetrical e.g. is the monitor or place that your type and write straight in front of you?
  • Are the files or equipment you access most frequently close to you and balanced on both the left and right sides?
  • If you are sitting for long periods, you will need a supportive and adjustable chair and your feet should be flat on the floor – or on a foot stall if they don’t reach the floor. You might consider adjusting your work station so you can stand and work. It is important to be able to change your working postures.
  • Take regular breaks.

Did you know …

  • Businesses in England lose £34billion a year due to people taking genuine sick days.
  • In 2008, 28 million working days were lost to illness
  • The Work Foundation reports that for every £1 invested in wellbeing initiatives, businesses get a return of £3.
  • The vast majority of ill health was divided between stress and musculoskeletal disorders
  • The average employee will take 13 days off each year for recovery.
  • Based on the average UK annual wage of £23,764, each worker costs their employer £1188.20 a year in sick days.