a new beginning 

We are now open for physiotherapy


In order to ensure your safety and that of the team, various new measures have been put in place, this means that we won't be able to see as many people in a day as we did pre-lockdown.


Please be assured that we are doing our very best to allocate these appointments and ask for your understanding as we try to organise this in the fairest way possible. To further help, we would be grateful if everyone could arrive at least 10 minutes before their appointment to allow plenty of time to follow the protocols set out for entering the Centre and we'd like to remind you that a face mask, or visor, must be worn at all times when inside the Centre. 

Before attending the Centre for your physio appointment it is very important you read the physio consent form  as it explains the risks involved with face to face appointments. 

Once you have read the form, and only if you are happy to provide consent, you must sign the form before any actual or virtual physiotherapy can take place. 


We would prefer that you digitally sign the form by using the 'Fill & Sign' option on Adobe Acrobat Reader and return it to us, before your appointment, by emailing it to reception.

Beginning Physiotherapy

Accessing physiotherapy is going to involve a few extra steps for the safety of you and us, we ask for your patience as we work through these.


Please take a moment to familiarise yourself with the process and to read the Physiotherapy Operating Procedures, if you have any questions or would appreciate something explained we are more than happy to help just drop us an email or ring us on 01454 201 686.

We will call you to arrange your virtual assessment 

 You send us your consent form

We'll carry out a virtual assessment

You'll get an appointment that best suits your needs 

... and just in case you'd forgotten what they looked like here's the physio team.

The Brightwell offers a caring hand to those who need our help. We provide therapies, services and support to help make everyday life easier for people living with long term neurological conditions.


The Centre receives no funding from the NHS and less than 1% of our costs are met by government schemes. The Centre and our members are grateful for the generosity of community groups, businesses and individual fundraisers that allow us to continue to support people in need. 

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Bradbury House

Wheatfield Drive

Bradley Stoke

Bristol, BS32 9DB


t: 01454 201 686

e: hello@thebrightwell.org.uk








We currently close on weekends and bank holidays.

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