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What does physiotherapy involve?

Physiotherapy involves an in-depth clinical assessment and diagnostic expertise to help identity the cause of your concern(s). It then employs a range of physical approaches and treatment techniques tailored to your needs, to help reduce your pain, help you recover and achieve your exercise and functional goals. You will also receive advice on how to manage and/or prevent reoccurrence of the problem.

Treatment options include:

  • Joint mobilisation/ manipulation

  • Soft tissue massage & myofascial release therapy

  • Deep tissue / sports massage

  • Pregnancy massage

  • Kinesiotaping

  • Acupuncture

  • The Mummy MOT® restorative exercises

  • Holistic Core Restore® Programmes

  • Rehabilitation (to include Prehab)

  • Exercise prescription

  • Advice & Education on posture/movement/ pain management


Women's and Pelvic Health Physiotherapy

Specialist Physiotherapy for the treatment & management of conditions unique to women. We are experts in the treatment of the pelvic floor and abdominal issues. We can help you with a wide range of concerns, including the following:

  • Urinary incontinence or poor bladder control

  • Bowel incontinence and constipation

  • Over active bladder and urge incontinence

  • Pregnancy and post-natal care

  • Caesarean Section (C-section) recovery 

  • Vaginal Prolapse (also known as pelvic organ prolapse)

  • Diastasis Recti 

  • Painful sex

  • Pelvic Pain

Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy

Specialist Physiotherapy for the management of conditions that cause you pain, discomfort or weakness in the muscles and / or joints of the body. This includes sports injuries. We can help you if you are experiencing a wide range of concerns, including the following:

  • Back pain (Sciatica, Disc and Sacroiliac Joint)

  • Neck pain

  • Postural pain

  • Shoulder pain (Rotator cuff/ Frozen shoulder)

  • Elbow (Tennis/ Golfers elbow)

  • Repetitive strain Injury (RSI)/ Carpal tunnel syndrome

  • Hip pain (Osteoarthritis/ Groin strain)

  • Knee and thigh pain (Hamstring/ Quadriceps strains, Ligaments sprain)

  • Ankle sprain

  • Foot and heel pain (Plantarfasciitis)

  • Pre and post- surgical care


Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy:

Initial assessment (up to 45 minutes) - £45

Follow-up appointments (up to 45 minutes) - £40

Women's and Pelvic Health Physiotherapy:

Initial assessment (up to 60 minutes) - £80 *

Follow-up appointments (up to 45 minutes) - £65 *

*This appointment may involve a detailed assessment of the internal pelvic floor if required (and is optional).



All treatments (soft tissue, deep tissue, sports and pregnancy massage): £35 for 30 minutes.  £60 for 1hr. 

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