All our physiotherapists are chartered and trained to a very high clinical standard. They have treated Olympic and world class athletes, professional sportsmen and women – including footballers, cricketers, rugby players and dancers. They are experts in body movement and structure, and understand how and why injuries and pain occur.
They are skilled in the diagnosis and treatment of our clients and are often asked to treat complicated problems that may have proved resistant to other therapies.
What is physiotherapy?
Based on proven scientific and clinical research, it is the physical treatment of the body, by a qualified chartered physiotherapist, using a wide variety of techniques. These involve hands-on gentle manipulation, mobilisation, massage, exercise and electrotherapy techniques. Your treatment is clinically proven to aid the body and its recovery and to help you recognise the causes of potential and actual injury. We can correct, improve and re-educate your body in order to prevent further injury and pain and bring you back to good health.
We specialise in:
Full assessment and consultations
- Resolution of neck, shoulder and back pain including whiplash injuries
- Fractures, Sports injuries
- Relief of muscle, ligament and joint pain
- Foot and ankle problems
- Soft tissue injuries
- Rehabilitation after an accident or surgery
- Screening and prevention of injuries – sports, at work or at play
- Women’s health
Whether you have a sudden injury or the slow onset of pain, our physiotherapists have treated thousands of people by helping to improve the link between the brain and the body and bring them back to full health.
Physiotherapy and Pilates
Under the ‘Pilates’ link you can read about how the two disciplines go hand-in-hand and why many of our clients achieve maximum health and recovery by combining Pilates with physiotherapy. Physiotherapy and women’s health
Mon-Fri: 08:00 to 19:00 (last appointment)
Physiotherapy – Women’s Health:
Mon / Wed / Thu: 09:30 to 17:00
Thu / Fri: 09:00 to 17:00
See timetable on ‘Pilates’ page