Anatomical spineAll our Physiotherapists are HCPC registered and Full members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists. This means they are fully qualified, insured and regulated.

They are either full members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists, Physio first organisation, Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports medicine, Association of chartered physiotherapists in Orthopaedic medicine or the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Association Football.

We are also covered by all the leading private medical insurance companies subject to the patient’s policy details (see FAQ section for further details).

Injury Healing

There is a considerable difference between and injury healing, and the individual being strong enough, both physically and mentally, to make a successful return to their chosen work, sport or pastime. Specific exercises in the form of rehabilitation will help bridge this gap, and therefore must be included in every treatment programme, so as to aid the patient to gain maximum recovery.

Who Can attend?

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Anyone with a sports, post- surgery, or accident related injury or trauma can come along for a course of treatment and or rehabilitation, which will aid in your recovery if you have:

  • Sustained a recent injury
  • Have a back injury from overuse or trauma
  • Joint, ligament or soft tissue injury. E.g. – sprains or pulls
  • A long term injury that will just not go away
  • Pre and post operative care requirements
  • Specific rehabilitation needs
  • Sports-specific or team requirements
  • Prehabilitaion programme
  • Have been involved in a road traffic accident (RTA)
  • Have got a work related stress injury
  • Adolescent conditions
  • Certain paediatric conditions

Other services

  • Referral to Orthopaedic and specialist sports medicine consultants
  • X-ray or Scans arranged
  • CSPFitness testing and performance monitoring
  • Pre-season training plans and long term injury recovery strategies
We work very closely with the GPs, Consultants and HR deaprtments to whom we refer and get referrals from and have an excellent relationship and understanding with them to make sure that the patient is kept informed at every stage of the referral process, from the initial referral to the return to the workplace, or sports field.

To book an appointment with one of our Physiotherapists or for further information on our services, please contact us:

Main office (non-urgent): 01932 565 435Office-Telephone
Direct Line (urgent): 07958 353 293Contact-Methods-Phone-icon
Email: [email protected]@