Clinic Hours:

Monday       12.00 pm to 8.30 pm

Tuesday       8.30 am to 4.30 pm

Thursday     12.00 pm to 8.30 pm

Friday           8.30 am to 4.30 pm


Clinic Fees:   Virgin non-members welcome with free onsite parking

  Initial assessment/treatment appointment (60 mins):         £60.00 

  Followup appointments (30 mins) :                                                   £40.00 


Payment by contactless/pin card, Apple pay, Google pay or cash at conclusion of session.

Covered by AXA PPP,  Simply health, CIGNA, Exeter and WPA. Not covered directly by Vitality, but if you are GP referred you can claim £35.00 per session from Vitality on producing receipts for treatment.

NO COVER provided for BUPA  Having worked long term with BUPA previously, I have not accepted new provider terms that require a significant reduction in fees they will reimburse.

.Please note you are responsible for checking your eligibility for physiotherapy cover, your current level/balance of cover, and any insurance excess on your cover. You will be responsible for paying any excess or shortfall in cover and you formally agree to this when you accept booking terms and conditions.

Why Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession that focuses on maximising your recovery from injury and pain using current medical science as its foundation. Its goal is to optimise the body’s own intrinsic healing processes using natural, evidence based methods. An extensive medical knowledge of the body’s physiology, anatomy, function and mechanics is the basis for accurate medical assessment, diagnosis and treatment of your problem. Once the source and cause of pain or dysfunction is clearly established, a variety of largely “hands on” treatment techniques can be used to relieve pain, restore joint movement, and ease protective muscle tension. “Sorting the cause” is key to this treatment approach, and skilled exercise prescription is used to stretch, strengthen and stabilise in a way relevant to how we actually function and move. The goal is not to just feel better, but to stay better long-term. Education also plays a primary role, to ensure that you understand what’s wrong, and what you can do to prevent further problems and stay pain free. More serious problems requiring specialist review and/or medical investigation or are identified accurately and early by a university trained professional with extensive sports medicine and general clinical experience. 

What can be treated?

  • Sports Injuries: Muscle strains, tears and bruising/haematomas; ligament and tendon overload, strains and tears; joint inflammation, swelling, and pain; knee cartilage injuries; overtraining and overuse injuries; impact trauma.; running injuries

  • Orthopaedic injuries: Rehabilitation following fractures, tendon surgery and joint surgery such as ligament reconstruction, meniscal cartilage trim/repair or hip/knee joint replacement

  • Spinal pain: Disc injuries, nerve root compression and referred pain (sciatica); headache and jaw pain; neck, mid-back and low-back postural pain; poor functional stability strength; adolescent back pain, facet joint pain, whiplash injuries, and protective muscle spasm. 

  • Work related pain: headache, neck, upper limb and spinal pain related to work postures and repetitive activities


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