Apply to join PhysiosOnline

If you’re an excellent therapist or rehabilitation professional who helps people via video consult, then this form is for you.

 

FAQ’s about joining PhysiosOnline:

 

Q. How does it work for the physio?

A. You apply using the form below and then, if you are a good fit for the project, Evie will contact you with a view to adding your profile to the website PhysiosOnline.ie/physios.

If you are listed on the website, patients will contact you directly using the contact information you have given. You set your own fees. Patients pay you directly, this is nothing to do with PhysiosOnline.

 

Q: What are the fees to be listed on PhysiosOnline.ie?

A: None.

 

Q. What’s expected of me?

A: As part of the collective, you’re expected to promote the PhysiosOnline project via social media and any other means. This includes promoting your colleagues who are part of the collective.  It is also important that you treat other members of the group well generally, and enter the group with a spirit of generosity, kindness and cooperation.

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CONTACT US

E-mail
hello@physiosonline.ie

Telephone
085 131 0260

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PhysiosOnline is a website that informs the public about a network of Chartered Physiotherapists in Ireland who offer video consultations. The Chartered Physiotherapists listed on this site treat treat a variety of conditions, including arthritis, fibromyalgia, post-operative rehabilitation, osteoporosis, back pain, shoulder injuries, balance problems, knee injuries, neck pain, osteoarthritis, headaches and migraines, rheumatic diseases, overweight and obesity, dizziness, childhood conditions, cardiac and respiratory conditions, and chronic pain

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