03 Jan 2022

Why become a member of Physio First?

Community, connection, support

Our Physio First community is there for every member, whatever the size of your clinic or level of support needed, with value-led benefits developed and based on over 70 years of knowledge of the business and education requirements of the private physio sector.

Whether you are setting up a new business, expanding to meet the needs of a busy clinic, working towards capitalising on a successful practice, or just ticking along nicely, as a Physio First member you have access to a range of member benefits that will keep you connected to the marketplace and to other practitioners willing to share experience, advice, or even just conversation whenever needed. 

In addition, our dedicated office team is on hand to directly respond to questions, and are backed by our own volunteer Exec team, and partner companies with expertise in a range of business areas such as HRbusiness planning, legal advice, debt collection advice and DBS certificates. 

We can also help reinforce the clinical aspects of your practice with advice on HCPC re-registration, CPD through our quarterly journal In Touch, case study discussions, skills exchange events, and the opportunity to let existing and potential patients know that you are dedicated to working with them on their goals and outcomes through our unique data collection scheme, leading to the achievement of Quality Assured status. 

Take a look at our benefits to find out more   
I'd like to take this opportunity to thank you and all at physio first for all the good work you are doing and have done over the covid crisis. Physio first is always my first port of call, I normally wait until you guys' issue statements as I always feel your information is more measured and always reflects the private practitioner’s point of view. Its just a shame I couldn’t thank you in person with all that’s going on hopefully next year when things have normalised, I will get the chance to thank you all in person at the conference which I am sure will return at some point.

Paul Carr

Physio for All