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At your first appointment, the physiotherapist will assess you. Your condition will be carefully explained to you and a treatment plan formulated with you. You will generally receive treatment at your assessment. There will be plenty of time to ask questions and you will be given advice on what to do to aid and maintain your recovery. This may include exercise to mobilise or strengthen; it may involve postural or ergonomic advice for use at work or the home or car.

A doctor’s referral is required if you want to claim from your health insurance company, otherwise, a doctor’s referral is not necessary.


  • Assessment (45 minutes) £65
  • Follow up (30 minutes) £50

Payment can be made by card or cash. There is no additional charge for credit or debit cards.

Direct claims can be made with your health insurance company consult your policy for details. You do not need to see your doctor before seeing us.

We ask that 24 hours’ notice is given if you need to cancel, otherwise, a charge may be made.


Physiotherapy is a trusted and safe treatment for muscular skeletal problems including back pain, whiplash and joint/muscle problems.


Pilates is a method of exercise designed to improve abdominal and back strength, improve posture and prevent back and neck pain.

Women’s Health

One of the main causes of incontinence is weak pelvic floor muscles. Try physiotherapy first to strengthen these muscles.

Mummy MOT

A Mummy MOT is a specialist postnatal examination for women following both vaginal and C-section deliveries.

Manual Lymphatic Drainage

Manual lymphatic drainage (MLD) is a gentle, pain-free, pressure body massage technique which helps the body’s lymphatic system.

Home Visits

Home Visits can be arranged for patients with limited mobility and those who would benefit from functional exercises.

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We no longer accept Bupa patients