How We Treat

What should I wear?

You may be asked to undress in order that our practitioners can examine and treat you. 

It will be really helpful if you wear clothing that is easily removed, is comfortable for you.  If you have a knee or ankle condition, then shorts would be ideal.  If you have a shoulder or neck issue, wearing a vest can sometimes negate the need for you to fully undress.  Two part pieces can sometimes also be better than a dress.

We will work within your own boundaries, and so if you are uncomfortable at anytime, or are unsure why you are being asked to undress then please say so and please feel free to ask as many questions as you want to.

Sometimes, the human body will show pain in one area that is referred from another area and so your practitioner may ask to examine and treat an area away from the main site of pain.




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  • We are open for face-to-face Physiotherapy

    Posted On 31.05.2020
    Physiotherapy appointments are now available on a face to face more >>
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    Posted On 27.03.2020
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    Posted On 20.03.2020
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    Posted On 23.12.2019
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  • Easter 2019 opening hours

    Posted On 18.04.2019
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    Posted On 01.02.2019
    Friday 1st February 2019 - We are CLOSED more >>
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    Posted On 10.12.2018
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    Posted On 17.10.2018
    Pilates Thursday morning start will recommence 25th more >>
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    Posted On 11.10.2018
    We are pleased to offer Yoga sessions at the clinic with more >>

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