• What conditions can be treated by a Physiotherapist?
  • Spinal problems
    back pain, sciatica, whiplash injuries
  • Joint problems
    frozen shoulder, arthritis, pain/swelling/stiffness to any joint
  • Sports injuries
    strains, sprains, bruising and tears to muscles, ligaments and tendons
  • After surgery
    ACL reconstruction, hip/knee replacements
  • Repetitive Strain Injuries
    tennis elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Fractures
    to gain full function once the bones have healed

To book an appointment at the clinic please call
01656 652635 or email

What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapists are experts in body movement. They understand how muscles and joints work and why injuries occur. Chartered physiotherapists are trained to a high clinical standard, and have the skills to assess, diagnose and treat musculoskeletal injuries. Your problem may only require some expert advice and information, or you may need to undergo a course of treatment designed to relieve pain and promote the body’s own natural healing.


Treatment sessions usually last 30 minutes and may involve joint mobilisations, soft tissue massage, electrotherapy and/or a specific excercise programme.


On your assessment the physiotherapist will let you know what the problem/injury is, how to treat it effectively, and how many sessions you are likely to need for a full recovery. All our physiotherapists have a BSc (Hons) degree in physiotherapy and are members of the CSP and are HPC registered. This means you are guaranteed to see someone properly qualified who is governed by a professional code of conduct and is covered by professional liability insurance.

Do I need a Doctors referral?

No, unless your treatment is covered by private medical insurance. We are registered with all major health insurance companies and can usually deal directly with your insurer for payment. Please contact us if you require our provider number.

What do I need to bring with me?

If you have private medical insurance please bring your policy/authorisation number when you attend your first appointment. If you have been assessed by a doctor, or have had an xray or MRI scan relating to your injury, please bring any reports or referral letters with you. You may wish to bring shorts if you have a leg or back injury. We do however provide towels if you are asked to get undressed.

How long will I have to wait for an appointment?

1–2 working days depending on your availability.


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