Fit for purpose

November 25, 2016

We were as happy as gym bunnies at spinning class to be asked to help launch this brilliant new physio-finding service. PhysioNetBristol is a not-for-profit set up and run by Bristol-based therapists with the aim of providing prompt and professional treatment at a time and place that suits the patient.

It’s a brilliantly simple idea: visit PhysioNetBristol, pop in what kind of therapy you’re looking for (whether it’s hand therapy or hydrotherapy), how far you’re willing to travel and – hey presto! – you’re given a list of qualified practitioners ready and able to help.

To help launch this service, we first created the PhysioNetBristol brand, designed and built the responsive website (it is essential patients can search for therapists while they’re on the move), delivered printed and digital collateral to help spread the word, and finally crafted a short but sweet video explainer to run through the nuts and bolts of how it works.

It’s been particularly satisfying to see this project grow and develop from being just a twinkle in the eye of the brains behind PhysioNetBristol to the fantastic service it is now. We are incredibly proud of the part we’ve played in bringing it to fruition. We wish Keith James, all the directors and therapists the very best of luck in making this service a huge success.