Outpatient Physiotherapy Department


Level 2
Surgical Centre
Kingston Hospital
Galsworthy Road

Find us – getting to Kingston Hospital

Please note, there is no blue badge holder parking opposite the department. If you need to park, you will need to use the patient carparks accessed via Galsworthy Road at the front of the hospital. Blue badge bays are available in these carparks.

For patients being dropped off at the department, you can be dropped off right outside if you enter via the entrance (Gate 8) on Kingston Hill, following the signs for ‘Physiotherapy Drop off’. Please note, you are only allocated 20 minutes to drop off before you will be expected to pay for parking.


About Us


Our outpatient physiotherapy team provides specialist physiotherapy assessment, treatment and management for a variety conditions including:

  • Orthopedic Rehabilitation (post-operatively and post-trauma)
  • Soft Tissue Injuries
  • Upper and Lower limb problems
  • Chronic Pain
  • Arthritis and Joint Pain
  • Back and Neck Pain/conditions
  • Sporting Injuries
  • Breast Cancer Rehabilitation
  • Rheumatological Conditions
  • Pelvic Health (gynaecological/Obstetric/Urological conditions)
  • Neurological Conditions
  • Paediatric Conditions

We also have physiotherapists working on our inpatient wards, in the virtual fracture clinic and in the trauma triage clinic.

Virtual Physiotherapy

We now offer virtual appointments using the platform ‘Attend Anywhere’ as a secure, private and confidential video call, which has been very successful. You will require a good internet connection, access to Google Chrome, Safari or Microsoft Edge and a web camera with speakers (PC, laptops, tablets or mobile phone). If you have an appointment booked you can use this link here to log into the virtual waiting room: https://nhs.vc/khft-physio-op

You can request a virtual appointment with our physiotherapists when you are called to make your first appointment. Follow up appointments can be booked virtually by your therapist.

Our Team

All our physiotherapists are qualified and HCPC registered. We regularly have students in the department and you will be notified of this as you are greeted for your appointment. You are able to opt out of having a student watch or conduct your appointment if you would like.

Further information about our department and the services we provide can be found here

What if I am late for my appointment?
Please contact the department to let them know you are running late by calling 0208 934 2510. If you are more than 10 mins late for your appointment you will not be seen and your appointment will need to be rescheduled.

Contact Us

Email: khft.physioop@nhs.net

Referrals: khft.physioreferrals@nhs.net

Telephone Number: 0208 934 2510

Opening Times: Mon – Fri, 8am- 5pm

How to Refer

For Musculoskeletal, Neurological or Gynecological/Urological conditions you will need to referred via a Kingston Hospital consultant. If you have suffered an injury as a result of trauma away from home and are registered with a Kingston GP, we may be able to accept a transfer of your care.

For Paediatric patients (under 16 years old) we can accept referrals from Kingston Hospital consultants or Kingston GPs.

If you are booked to have your baby at Kingston Hospital or have had your baby here within the last 6 weeks, you can be referred to our Pelvic Health team for Obstetric physiotherapy via your GP, midwife or Kingston Hospital consultant.

Breast cancer patients receiving treatment or care at Kingston Hospital can be referred by their CNS or consultant.

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