What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession that emphasises the use of physical approaches in the prevention and treatment of disease and disability. It treats injury without the use of drugs and by correcting and improving the body’s natural healing mechanisms. To complement traditional therapeutic treatments such as massage, joint manipulation/mobilisations, we also offer specifically designed exercise programmes for you to manage your condition and enhance your rehabilitation.

What do we do?

All appointments last around 30-45 minutes. The first appointment will involve a series of questions designed to determine the nature of your condition. We will then undertake some manual clinical tests to further determine your condition which may include sensation, reflexes, muscle strength and length tests and joint ranges of movement both active and passive. A potential diagnosis will then be offered followed by liaising with you regarding treatment options offered by Chartered Physiotherapists including and possibly a tailored home exercise program.

What we treat…

We treat most Neuromusculoskeletal (nerve-muscle-bone) problems including soft tissue and muscle injuries from sporting or everday activities, whiplash associated disorders, work related injuries and some persistent pains.

Common conditions we treat:

Low back pain including ‘sciatica’

Neck pain

Mid-back pain

Shoulder pain ie frozen shoulder

Hip pain

Knee pain

Ankle pain ie Achillies Tendinopathy

Pins and needles/numbness

How we treat…

Exercise prescription

Joint and Soft Tissue mobilisation and manipulation

Sports massage.

Postural evaluation and correction

Muscle re-education

Gait analysis and correction

Health and Wellbeing advice

Ergonomic or Workplace Advice and Education


Do I need to do anything?

It’s best to bring casual, comfortable sportswear. You should bring this along as well as any relevant X-rays or other scans you may have.

How MUCH does it cost???

Initial Assessment: £35.00

Treatment Sessions: £35.00

However if you have a private medical insurance policy it could be FREE!