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What we do


At Consultant at Home we strive to improve the health and quality of life of you and your loved ones.

Our patients are at the heart of everything we do. We work hard to understand your condition and listen carefully to your needs. We work on the symptoms and the causes and explain treatments clearly. We are committed to achieving the best possible outcome for you.

We offer one off treatments as well as longer term ongoing bookings to suit your circumstances. We provide customised treatment plans to help you manage or overcome conditions.

Our therapists have years of experience and our team includes specialists in the fields of
care for older people, respiratory, neurology and musculoskeletal.

Booking an appointment is simple, easy and straightforward and can be done online. We also take referrals from medical consultants, GPs and other health practitioners.


Consultant at Home has a dedicated team of professionals committed to providing the highest level of care for our patients.

All care is tailored to you as a unique individual, enabling Consultant at Home to achieve the best possible outcome for you and improve your quality of life.

All our therapists are fully qualified, insured and accredited by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) or their appropriate governing body.

We offer appointments at times to suit you and do not have waiting lists. Our costs are fixed, there are no hidden extras.

Consultant at Home is an environmentally conscious business.
We work hard to minimise our carbon footprint, matching therapists to patients in a way that reduces the need to travel. We are paperless
and reduce, reuse and recycle wherever possible to support sustainability.


Our fees are:

Initial assessment and treatment: £95

Sessions last up to 60 minutes.

Physiotherapist Leicester
Domiciliary Therapy Leicestershire

How it works

Step 1: Booking Your Appointment

Use our website to make an appointment online at a time and date to suit your requirements.

Step 2: Initial Treatment Plan

During your initial appointment your therapist will try to understand your condition, how it affects your life and what assistance you need.

Step 3: Customised Treatment Plan

Together, you and your therapist will come up with a treatment plan that is specifically catered to your needs. Exercises and physical therapy may be a part of this. Your therapist will also determine any further assistance you might need, such as extra equipment.

Step 4: Ongoing Support

At follow up appointments your therapist will monitor progress and provide additional support as and when required until your needs as a patient have been met.

Step 1: Joining Consultant at Home

If you are a licensed therapist who is registered with the
HCPC or a recognised governing body you can apply to join Consultant
at Home.

Step 2: Accessing our Platform

Upon joining you will gain access to the business software so you can gather patient referrals in your area. After enrolling you can choose any referral that fits your skill set. We want to provide you with complete flexibility regarding scheduling and location.

Step 3: Confirm and Begin

Confirm the reservation and start the patient’s therapy.

Our Services


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Frequently asked questions

Sessions cost £95 

Online payments can be made with debit or credit cards. Before your meeting we must receive payment to confirm the booking.
A 60-minute treatment session will be included in your initial examination. The length of subsequent appointments will not exceed 60 minutes.

Your reasons for getting in touch
with Consultant at Home will be discussed with your therapist.

In order for the therapist to take the appropriate measures, you will be asked about your medical history and any medications you are currently taking. The therapist will do an evaluation looking at your condition related biomechanics, balance, posture, strength, range of motion, sensibility, reflexes, and associated specific testing. They will work with you to develop a tailored intervention program that will address your needs.

This depends on your individual circumstances. Your needs will be evaluated at your first appointment and your therapist will go over a treatment plan with you. The length of treatment will be determined by your financial situation, physical health, presenting symptoms and personal objectives.
No, you can make an appointment without a GP recommendation.
Unfortunately we do not accept medical insurance patients.
45 minutes minimum and 60 minutes maximum.
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All personal information we collect about you will only be used and stored on our secure system in a way that complies with the General Data Protection Regulation.

If you are a licensed therapist who is registered with the
HCPC or a recognised governing body you are eligible to join
Consultant at Home.

Consultants pay an annual membership fee to be part of
Consultant at Home.

The decision is yours. Every referral that is uploaded to the network will be handled and distributed in that order. The network gives therapists freedom and makes it possible for them to keep a healthy work-life balance.
A typical appointment lasts 45 to 60 minutes. As a result you will have enough time to conduct a complete evaluation and establish a connection with the patient without feeling pressured.

Consultants are required to adhere to an Acceptable Use Policy
and Consultant Terms and Conditions.

Meet the founder

Thank you for your interest in Consultant at Home.

With more than 20 years experience of working in physiotherapy practice in both the public and private sector I am passionate about enabling people to achieve their best quality of life and maintain physical independence. I value the importance of prevention as much as recovery and this is reflected in our work at Consultant at Home.

At Consultant at Home we offer an exceptionally high level of care offering patients personalised treatments to meet their individual needs. Our service is designed to be easily accessible and achieve tangible results that make a real difference to the health and wellbeing of the people we treat.

We are approachable, friendly and have the interests of our patients at the heart of everything we do. We provide a supportive working environment for our therapists who in turn can focus on achieving the best for our patients.

Consultant at Home is a network run by therapists for therapists.

Cardio-Respiratory Warwickshire

As we get older we start to lose strength, mobility and flexibility. However, with intervention it is possible to protect and improve quality of life and maintain independence.

We can help those:

  • Desperate to avoid hospital admission
  • Recently discharged from hospital
  • Who have had a fall and are lacking confidence
  • At high risk of falls
  • Who have limitations after surgery
  • Limited by pain
  • Wanting to maintain independence

We will work with you to improve your mobility, balance and confidence to enable you to move around the home, carry out day to day activities indoors and outdoors and reduce the risk of falls.

We will assess your balance, co-ordination, mobility, movement and strength to find out where you most need help.

Treatment can include:

  • Exercises to help improve strength, range of motion and balance.
  • Soft tissue massage to help with painful muscle spasm or tension.
  • Joint mobilisation to help free up joint stiffness.
  • Advice on equipment such as walking aids that may help make moving around the home safer and easier.

We visit our patients in the comfort of their own home or care facility making access to care easier.

Respiratory conditions can have a significant impact on independence, on carrying out everyday tasks and the ability to undertake exercise.

Consultants who specialise in the field of cardiorespiratory therapy aim to help those affected by acute and chronic breathing problems. Typically, patients experience shortness of breath, difficulty clearing secretions, coughs and fatigue.

Some of the respirating conditions we treat include:

✓ Abnormal breathing patterns and hyperventilation

✓ Asthma

✓ Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

✓ Bronchiectasis

✓ Interstitial Lung Disease

✓ Pneumonia

✓ Chest infections

✓ Post chest trauma – fractured ribs, bruising

✓ Cystic Fibrosis

✓ Breathlessness and fatigue in post-covid syndrome

✓ Post respiratory, abdominal or cardiac surgery

We will undertake an assessment and treatments can include:

  • Guidance and information to help you better understand your condition.
  • Breathlessness management
  • Breathing exercises to help to clear your lungs, control your breathing and help you improve or optimise lung function.
  • Cough management.
  • Advice on the use of devices, manual techniques and positioning to help further clear secretions on your chest.
  • Exercise advice and pacing activities to promote appropriate and achievable levels of activity.
  • Relaxation techniques.

We will provide tailored advice to help you manage your condition.

Neurotherapy is a specialist branch of treatment dedicated to enhancing a patient’s level of function following diagnosis of a neurological condition.

Any neurological condition that affects movement, strength, tone, balance or co-ordination can be treated by therapists.

Some of the neurological conditions we treat include:

✓ Stroke

✓ Traumatic head/brain injury

✓ Parkinson’s Disease

✓ Bell’s Palsy

✓ Guillain Barre Syndrome

✓ Multiple Sclerosis

✓ Spinal Cord Injury

We will assess your strength, movement, mobility, coordination, balance and range of motion.

Treatments can include:

  • Exercises to get muscles working again and improve movement and balance.
  • Stretches and massage to tight soft tissue structures
  • Monitoring and controlling tonal changes
  • Helping to improve posture
  • Mobilising stiff joints
  • Lifestyle advice

Through neurotherapy we will work with you to enhance your quality of life and maximise your potential.

Activity can place our musculoskeletal system under significant pressure especially when we undertake strenuous exercise or repetitive activities.

The body is very good at accommodating movement but sometimes musculoskeletal injuries can occur. Pain can range from a minor twinge to severe and debilitating.

We can help with:

  • Workplace injuries
  • Sports injuries
  • Pre operative preparation
  • Post operation rehabilitation
  • Arthritis management
  • Head pain
  • Neck pain
  • Shoulder pain
  • Arm and elbow pain
  • Wrist and hand pain
  • Back pain
  • Hip, groin and glute pain
  • Knee pain
  • Leg, ankle and foot pain
  • Joint problems
  • Muscles, tendons and ligaments

Our initial assessment will seek to understand the problems and limitations you face before devising a treatment plan to enable you to achieve your goals.

Treatments can include:

  • Soft treatment massage and stretches
  • Acupuncture
  • Joint mobilisation
  • Taping
  • Exercises to improve balance, flexibility and strength.

The aim is to help you regain your normal range of movement, strengthen muscles and reduce any swelling and pain.

We also offer conditioning programmes to prevent injury.