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Nottingham Tennis Centre (Restricted access)

Nottingham Tennis Centre, University Blvd, Nottingham, NG7 2Q

Parking available

Tuesday

* This clinic has restricted access only during the COVID-19 pandemic and is currently being used for telephone assessments and/or high-risk face to face appointments.*

Please click below for some important information regarding your appointment during COVID-19.

Your appointment

 

On arrival information

When you arrive at the centre, please go to reception. Reception will then ask you for a few details so they can give you a leisure card. Once you have this leisure card, you can then sign in at reception with your card each time you attend your appointment. They will then ask you to wait in reception until a member of the Connect team come and collect you to start your rehabilitation session. If you are late, please ask the reception staff to guide you through to the gym. Lockers are available in the changing rooms although there are storage shelves available in the gym. Please be ready to exercise in time for your appointment in order to help things run smoothly.

Important information

If for any reason you can no longer make your appointment, please let us know. If you need to change or cancel your appointment, please call the service at least 48 hours prior to your appointment so it can be offered to someone else.

Please help us to keep patient waiting times low and reduce NHS costs.

If you do not give us sufficient notice to cancel or change an appointment, we may have to discharge you from this service.

During your assessment you might be required to carry out a number of movements to determine the cause of your pain. Therefore we recommend you wear suitable loose fitting clothing, such as t-shirt, shorts, jogging bottoms and underwear that you are comfortable being assessed in.

  • Keep us informed: If you need to change or cancel your appointment, please call the service at least 48 hours prior to your appointment, so it can be offered to someone else. This keeps patient waiting times low and helps to reduce NHS costs. If you do not give us sufficient notice, you may be discharged from this service.
  • Don’t be a DNA: If you Do Not Attend (DNA) or you are late to your appointment without notifying us, you may be discharged from this service.

Depending on your condition, your first appointment may be a scheduled telephone consultation with a physiotherapist or a face to face appointment. At the initial appointment you will be asked questions regarding your symptoms, activities, work, previous medical history etc.

If this is over the phone you may then be booked to see a physiotherapist, an Advanced Practitioner Physiotherapist (APP), a clinician with specialist orthopaedic or pain expertise or a GP with Special Interest (GPwSI).  This is to complete the assessment and decide on the best management plan for you.

Your treatment plan will be discussed with you and may include a variety of  treatment options, to help you to return to your usual activities. Your treatment plan will also include advice and specific exercises to help you to self-manage your condition.

Please bring to the appointment any recent prescriptions and/or a list of current medications.

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Attending your appointment on time helps to keep waiting times low. If you need to cancel, please give us 48 hours notice.