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Physiotherapist yearly salaries in the United Kingdom at Primary Care Physio

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Average salary
£42,660 per year
22%
Above national average
Average £42,660
Low £21,000
High £65,000

Salary estimated from 277 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 12 months. Last updated: 16 January 2023

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Evolving company full of great plans

Variable pay based on level of experience. However, some experienced FCPs are somehow underpaid.Salary structure need to be reviewed to meet the cost of living demands.Company benefits could be better.
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Excellent place of work

Great company that values your contributions and provides high quality supervision. I have been fully funded for further CPD opportunities such as injection therapy as well. Although most FCPs work in different locations, you feel well supported with the group whatsapp chat to always ask questions as needed, which really helped when settling in to the role! I cannot comment on salary and whether this is something that can be reviewed on a yearly basis, as not been in the role that long yet. Overall would highly recommend Primary Care Physio as a place to work!

Pros

Great supportive environment, Funding for courses / master's modules, Clinical leads / managers are easy to contact if needed

Cons

NHS pension, Lack of sick leave if required, Work in own time needs to be done in order to sign off HEE roadmap to practice, Lengthy induction process and again felt a lot needed to be completed in my own time
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Great peer support network

I joined Primary Care Physio in 2020 and have been really pleased with the extensive peer support network you get here. Whilst some of us may be working as the only FCP in local GP practices (in some areas there are 2/3 FCPs in one PCN), they have created a culture where you feel incredibly supported by fellow experienced Band 7 or Band 8 MSK physio peers. I get one hour of supervision every week through a really experienced Regional FCP service Lead who attended the Health Education England supervisor course and has been an ESP for 20 years! She is an injection therapist and independent prescriber too.They have also even fully funded me to go on a paid injection therapy course this year.The salary is competitive but the only downside to working for an independent organisation solely delivering NHS care is that you don't get an NHS pension and the same level of security (eg. the likes of contractual sick pay.)In my mind, the career development and training opportunities far outweigh that though.

Pros

Training opportunities and support

Cons

You don't get an NHS pension
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How much does a Physiotherapist make at Primary Care Physio in the United Kingdom?

Average Primary Care Physio Physiotherapist yearly pay in the United Kingdom is approximately £42,660, which is 22% above the national average.

Salary information comes from 690 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.

Please note that all salary figures are approximations based upon third party submissions to Indeed. These figures are given to the Indeed users for the purpose of generalised comparison only. Minimum wage may differ by jurisdiction and you should consult the employer for actual salary figures.

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