What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is a non-invasive form of treatment that addresses problems in joints, discs, muscles, tendons, ligaments and nerves (musculoskeletal system) that cause pain, stiffness and weakness. Our specialist physiotherapists will provide an accurate assessment, skilled techniques and appropriate advice.

Our physiotherapists are all members of the Healthcare Professions Council (HCPC) and the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP). They are highly experienced, skilled and up to date with the latest cutting-edge research and development. Many have worked with elite athletes and sports people including premiership footballers from various clubs.

 We can treat many types of sport-related injuries, providing an accurate diagnosis and effective treatment so you can achieve a rapid recovery from any musculoskeletal condition. Whether you’ve suffered an acute injury or have a long-term injury, we will work with you professionally to create a treatment plan that suits you. You will be given a rehabilitation program tailored to your needs. We will offer you a clear explanation of the steps you will need to follow.


Short and Long Term Injury Rehab Plans

Whether you’ve recently had surgery and need rehab which will take several months or you’ve just suffered an ankle sprain, we can help plan every stage of your rehab. With an individual plan and according to your availability we will design an optimal rehab plan that will suits your needs for a rapid recovery.


Fitness planning

If you have recovered from an injury and need that extra fitness or strength training to reach a competitive level or just to feel good, we can also help you to achieve your goals.


Type of Sport Injuries we can treat:

-          Ankle Sprains

-          Runners knee

-          ACL ruptures

-          MCL tears

-          Chondromalacia

-          Plantar Fascitis

-          Ankle, foot, knee, hips, shoulder surgeries

-          Hip impingement

-          Golfers Elbow

-          Tennis Elbow

-          Shin Splints

-          Hamstring, calves and quadriceps ruptures

-          Patellofemoral Syndrome

-          Shoulder impingement

-          Shoulder Dislocations

-          Bulging Discs/Hernia