Patient receiving physiotherapy

Our highly experienced physiotherapist team can deal with an amazingly diverse range of injuries and conditions.

They will recommend tailored pro-active treatment techniques that aim to improve your condition as quickly as possible.

What is Physiotherapy?
Patient receiving Medical Acupuncture

Medical Acupuncture is solely based upon scientifically proven methods and results.

In very simple terms, it confuses the signals sent to the brain so that it is less bothered by pain. Using the same process that medication employs, but without the side effects of drugs.

Medical Acupuncture
Patient receiving back massage
Massage Therapy

Osteopathy is a hands on therapy that involves manual therapy for both the diagnosis and treatment of many conditions.

Treatment involves soft tissue massage, joint movements, gentle stretches, mobilisations and manipulations.

How Can Massage Help?
Patient receiving Electrotherapy

Electrotherapy involves the introduction of electrical energy to injuries to bring about a physiological change. It can be used for a huge variety of injuries and different injured tissue including muscle, ligament, tendon or bone.

It essentially helps with our body’s own healing process by accelerating or kickstarting the response.

What is Electrotherapy?
Patient receiving Shockwave Therapy
Shockwave Therapy

Shockwave therapy is a high-powered sound wave that creates a definitive reaction in the body.

The reaction helps to greatly accelerate the body’s own healing process, and to kick-start healing where it may have been ‘stuck’ or slow to heal such as in tendinopathies.

About Shockwave Therapy
Patient receiving Fracture Healing
Fracture Healing

We specialise in healing fractures quickly.  We treat anyone looking to get back to normal life as swiftly as possible.

We use a variety of specialised electrotherapy equipment, including LIPUS (low-intensity pulsed ultrasound), LASER, and shortwave.

Fractures We Treat
Woman doing Pilates

Pilates is a fantastic form of exercise, suitable for people of any age. It helps many conditions including muscle tone, weight management, mobility, flexibility, aches and pains.

We provide two options; one-to-one pilates and pilates classes.

Ready to Try Pilates?

January 2021: We remain open for face-to-face Physiotherapy during the lockdown period, subject to triage. Virtual consultations are also available. Please keep an eye on our COVID-19 post for any relevant details. Dismiss