Physiotherapy is best described as the assessment and treatment by physical means Physiotherapy techniques include manual and exercise based therapy programmes, electrotherapy and acupuncture may also be used coupled with advice from our physiotherapists who all have a great depth of knowledge and experience.



Massage helps to reduce muscle tear and spasm.  It facilitates flexibility, strength and endurance of muscles.  It can also help posture and stress related problems.

Manual Therapy

Manual therapy is best described as physical joint mobilisation techniques for neck and back problems.  Mobilisation of a frozen shoulder is a good example of manual therapy.

Exercise Therapy

Exercise prescription may form part of a physiotherapy programme.  The clinic has a spacious and well equipped gym area.  Exercise programmes are tailored for the individual and they help prevention and reoccurrence of pain and injury.  Modified Pilates


Ultrasound therapy is available.  This treatment is helpful in reducing inflammation and pain and can also be used for pain relief in nerve related problems or to help reduce swelling.


Acupuncture is available at the clinic from our trained physiotherapist.  This involves inserting and manipulating fine needles into specific points along channels called meridians.  It can be very effective in relieving pain in conditions such as back pain or tennis elbow.

Home visits

Domiciliary visits are frequently carried out around the local area of the clinic. These can be arranged to help people who have difficulty in travelling to the clinic.

On site work

Our clinic currently carries out treatment in the workplace.  This has a benefit to the workers and also the company.  Prevention of loss of working hours has proved cost effective.  More details can be given on enquiry.