Move Freely | Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic | Edinburgh

Telehealth Video appointments


What is Telehealth?

Video Physiotherapy/ sports Therapy and personal training Consultations 

Video calls for physiotherapy and personal training have become more and more popular over the last 5 years. With the current situation with Coronavirus they are now needed more than ever before.

We have acted quickly to offer our clients options to continue rehab, training or even to address a new issue all together.

Why use video consultation?

  • Receive appropriate and expert advice early on

  • Video assessments can provide a flexible, practical and effective solution by reducing physical contact during your appointment

  • We can use this model as a management tool to deliver assessment, advice and exercises via our PhysioTec app

    All exercises can be sent in video format and we can even coach you through the sessions from live video!

Booking video consultations couldn’t be easier!!

  • Click Book On-line on any page

  • Register if this is your first appointment or log-in if you are a returning patient

  • Select book appointment

  • Select Telehealth video consultation/ follow up or personal training

  • Select a provider or see availability of all providers

  • Select convenient time and date

  • Securely pay for your appointment

  • You will be sent an email confirmation of your video consultation with an ID and password

    You will also be sent a link 1-2 min before your appointment – click the link to join the meeting


  • 45 Minute Assessment  – £65

  • 45 Minute follow up  – £65

More To Explore

What is Spondylolisthesis?

What is Spondylolisthesis?

Spondylolisthesis is where one of the vertebrae slips forwards, this causes instability in the spine and can cause pain.

It most commonly occurs in the lower back but can also happen in the mid to upper back and the neck.

Does bending your back cause back pain?

Does bending your back cause back pain?

We have all been told “don’t bend your back like that”, “sit up straight” or “keep your back straight when you lift”?But is this true? Should we be afraid to bend over? Will our spines all break if we don’t keep them straight or is it just part of normal life?

Here’s what we teach to our back pain patients every day at Move Freely and why we are doing it differently from most Physiotherapy clinics.