Physiotherapy and Sport Rehabilitation

Experiencing niggles or pains that you can't shake? Training for an event and pain is holding you back? 

Start your journey with a FREE 15-minute consultation with one of our sport rehabilitators.

Your therapist will listen carefully to the type of problem you describe and analyse what structures could be affected to assess and work out the root cause of your problem. 

At the end of this initial consultation your therapist will let you know what it is you have or the cause of your problem and how best you can treat this. They will be able to predict how much treatment you might need and how much improvement you can expect to achieve in certain timeframes. 

If you wish to go ahead with treatment it can be started immediately. 

Our physiotherapy or sport rehabilitation treatment sessions will incorporate the most appropriate and up to date treatment techniques including joint mobilisation, manipulation, soft-tissue and deep-tissue massage, trigger point therapy, dry needling, acupuncture and stretching.  This is combined with specific rehabilitation and a structured programme to educate, retrain, activate and strengthen the particular areas of your body to help alleviate your symptoms, achieve your identified goals, prevent future injury recurrence and restore functional movement. Functional movement is a central element in what it means to be healthy.

All of our HPCP registered and BASRaT registered staff have a wealth of experience between them leaving us in little doubt we will be able to help you with any issue you may be suffering with.

Problems that can be treated effectively:

Lower back pain

Neck pain

Overuse and repetitive strain injuries

Postural dysfunction and pain

Sports injuries

Sprains and strains


Joint pain

Disc Problems

Pregnancy related problems such as SPD and Pelvic Girdle Pain


Hypermobility and EDS


Individual treatment £60 / block of sessions 10% discount. 

To get booked in call us on 07950860215 or complete the contact form on the home page.