Treatment and pain relief

Chartered Physiotherapists, Registered Osteopaths and Pilates 

The StoneHouse Clinic, based in the elegant Hartham Park estate in Corsham (between Bath & Chippenham) helps you with your pain.  Our Physio's, Osteopaths, Pilates teachers and a Sports Doctor work hard to provide pro-active effective treatment.  Whether you are suffering from headaches, frozen shoulder, back problems, hip pain, runners knee, broken toes or complex physical conditions.  We have ample free parking and are open early mornings, evenings and Saturdays.  

Our small team of highly experienced and friendly practitioners will help you to recover from your injury or health problem as quickly as possible.  We always try to get to the root of the problem, and treat you with a combination of proven and effective techniques, whilst also giving you advice and self-help measures to try and prevent the problem from re-occurring.

Our practitioners are trained in a wide variety of techniques using evidence based methods including physiotherapy, osteopathy, acupuncture, manual therapy, electrotherapy, massage, manipulation and exercise prescription to give a rounded and thorough approach and help get you back to full health as quickly as possible.  


The consultant was amazed that the fracture in my thumb had mended. He thought he had x-rayed the wrong hand but thanks to the treatment I received I was saved from surgery

Mr M, Upavon

Thanks to your swift diagnosis, referral and after care I was back running within 4 weeks post-op

Mr W, Bath

Latest News

  • Sports Medicine service

    Posted On 21.02.2015
    We are pleased to introduce Dr Mahnaz Alsharif, Sports Doctor, who joins our more >>
  • Achilles tendonitis injuries

    Posted On 14.01.2015
    Achilles tendonitis is a painful injury to the tendon at the back of your more >>
  • Pilates Classes and One-to-One tuition

    Posted On 03.01.2015
    If you fancy stretching, conditioning & strengthening your body in 2015, we are pleased to offer Pilates classes and one-to-one in Corsham, Wiltshire (near Chippenham & Bath) more >>
  • Christmas and New Year opening hours 2014/15

    Posted On 20.12.2014
    The StoneHouse Clinic is open over the Christmas period 2014 to treat pain and more >>
  • Hamstring injuries

    Posted On 18.12.2014
    A hamstring injury is a strain or tear to the large muscles or tendons at the back of your more >>
  • Website & email problems

    Posted On 05.12.2014
    Our email hosting company suffered a crash, and so apologies if you have been trying to look at our website or email us this more >>
  • How pilates can help a strong back

    Posted On 19.11.2014
    Pilates is a safe and gentle form of exercise that can help strengthen your back, particularly if it is prone to more >>
  • Welcome to Simon and Ellie

    Posted On 10.11.2014
    The StoneHouse Clinic is expanding. We are delighted to welcome senior Physiotherapist Simon Hawkins and Osteopath & Pilates Instructor Ellie West to our more >>
  • When to ice and when to heat an injury

    Posted On 21.10.2014
    We are often told to either put ice or put heat on an injury, but which is best? more >>
  • Running Injuries

    Posted On 10.02.2014
    When we run, up to 8 times our own body weight is put through each foot making any slight lack of flexibility, strength or an imbalance magnified, hence why we see so many more >>
  • Aches and pains in Pregnancy

    Posted On 30.09.2013
    Whilst some women 'glow' through their pregnancy, others may suffer with aches and pains, back problems and acid more >>
  • Driving Posture

    Posted On 20.05.2013
    Many of us spend increasing amounts of time driving our cars, but setting up your car seat correctly can help with back more >>
  • What is medical acupuncture?

    Posted On 08.03.2013
    What is the difference between medical acupuncture and traditional acupuncture, how does it work & what can it treat? more >>
  • Our top tips for a healthy back

    Posted On 21.02.2013
    Read about our top tips to help keep your back injury more >>
  • PRICE acronym

    Posted On 05.02.2013
    The acronym RICE (Rest, Ice, Compress, Elevate) now often called PRICE (to include Protect) has long been used as the first line of defence when trying to heal an injury, but why do we use these more >>
  • Kinesiology Taping at The StoneHouse Clinic

    Posted On 03.01.2013
    Kinesiology taping (or kinesio taping, or K-taping) was a familiar sight in the rich summer of 2012, with brightly coloured tape adorned by many athletes and more >>
  • What happens when your back is 'cracked'?

    Posted On 02.11.2012
    You may have wondered what is happening when an Osteopath or other Therapist 'cracks your back'. Our Osteopaths explain what is more >>
  • Frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis)

    Posted On 23.08.2012
    Frozen shoulder or adhesive capsulitis, is when the capsule surrounding the shoulder joint thickens and becomes inflamed, which causes pain and stiffness in the shoulder more >>
  • Plantar Fasciitis (Policemans Heel)

    Posted On 16.07.2012
    Plantar Fasciitis or Policemans Heel as it is also known, is a painful condition where sufferers have an intense pain on the inside, or underneath the heel of the foot, usually first thing in the more >>
  • Why outside exercise is best

    Posted On 26.03.2012
    Now Spring is officially here and the evenings are lighter, exercising outside has lots of more >>