Services provided

First contact practitioner

More than 20 million people across the UK suffer from a musculoskeletal (MSK) condition. These conditions account for 30% of GP consultations in England each year. Since 2016, Totally has been placing first class physiotherapists directly into GP practices to deliver specialist appointments, meaning that patients are seen quicker and recover faster and the workload on GPs is reduced.

Rather than seeing a GP and then being referred for a physio appointment, which can take up to six weeks, Totally’s first contact practitioner service means that patients with MSK conditions go straight to a specialist physiotherapist. This makes wait and recovery times shorter, frees up GP appointments for other patients, and reduces the need for medication.



Totally offers podiatry services through its team of experienced practitioners to support patients with lower limb and foot problems. Our podiatry services are wide-ranging and include routine foot care, nail surgery, wound and lower limb care, orthotics supply and fit, diabetic reviews and more.

Our fully trained team of specialists can provide assessment, biomechanical analysis, diagnosis and discussions of a treatment plan, all of which can be done in close association with a physiotherapist if appropriate.


Offender health

Improving the health and wellbeing of offenders has been proven to reduce reoffending and cut crime in local communities. Totally provides a range of services within offender health including physiotherapy, podiatry and occupational therapy at more than 40 sites nationwide.

We work across all types of offender facilities from Category A to D, women’s and young offenders, secure hospitals and asylum/immigration with a team of experienced band 7+ clinicians.

Totally has more than ten years’ experience delivering services within offender settings enabling us to drive innovation which increases efficiencies and improves healthcare outcomes for patients. We have a proven track record of innovative care solutions in offender health.