Treating the individual with the symptoms, not just the symptoms.

Initial Consultation


This is our opportunity to get to know you as a person, which helps us to devise the most appropriate treatment plan to help you achieve your goals. This is an opportunity for you to tell your physiotherapist what you want to be able to become better at, or get back to in the future. On the initial visit, a lot of time will be spent during the interview to ensure we don’t miss any potentially valuable information that could help when devising your treatment plan.


Movement Assessment 

Following the interview, we want to look at how you move. Your physiotherapist will take you through some simple movements, which can help us to identify areas to focus on during the treatment plan. 

Treatment Plan


After the assessment, your physiotherapist will explain the findings and how this links in to the proposed treatment plan that will be devised to help you achieve your goals. The treatment plan will initially consist of education and advice and symptom reduction and management techniques. Following this, your physiotherapist will guide you through the graded exposure process, introducing movements and exercises that are going to help you to further reduce your symptoms and improve your function and performance. Finally, the treatment plan will focus on building resilience, which will help to ensure that you are achieving high levels of physical and mental performance, as well as reducing the likelihood of the injury/presenting complaint returning in the future.


Plan of Care

Your physiotherapist recommend a plan of care with the number of recommended follow up appointments likely required to achieve your goals and get back to what you love doing most. Having an agreed plan of care will increase your chance of success and be cost effective at the same time.

To read more about the treatment techniques your physiotherapist may use during your appointments click here. It is expected for you to actively take control in your rehabilitation through completing the home exercises and self-care techniques your physiotherapist prescribes. This will help to ensure you achieve your goals. Your physiotherapist will support you along the way to overcome any barriers and ensure you are confident with the plan.

Follow up appointments

Your follow-up appointments within the treatment plan are an opportunity for us to re-assess your situation and ensure you are progressing towards achieving your goals.


We may change or progress your prescribed exercises, provide further education and advice, or provide manual therapy techniques if appropriate.


Our Digital Edge 

Utilising the latest technology to help you achieve your goals

What do we treat?

Your personalised exercise program and education centre through the world leading Physitrack App.  

We subscribe to the Physitrack App which allows your physiotherapist to design you a personalised exercise program through the app. After your initial assessment, you will be able to download the app for free and  work your way through your exercises, with videos and clear instructions accompanying the exercises, which ensures you can be confident you are completing the exercises correctly. You will be able to access the latest educational resources to help you succeed on your journey.

The Physitrack app is scientifically proven to increase your adherence to home exercises and increase your confidence, which is strongly associated with successful outcomes in musculoskeletal rehabilitation. 

Click the following link to see the research: ‍American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation: October 2019 - Volume 98 - Issue 10 - p 850–858.












We can prescribe your exercises from over 4600+ HD videos of exercises in your treatment plan.

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  • Back Pain 

  • Neck Pain 

  • Knee Pain

  • Hip Pain 

  • Ankle Pain 

  • Shoulder Pain

  • Sciatica

  • Headaches

  • Tendinopathies 

  • Repetitive Strain Injuries

  • Plantar Fascitiis 

  • Arm Numbness/Tingling

  • Ankle Sprains

  • Rotator Cuff Tears

  • Fibromyalgia 

  • Shin Splints

  • Osteoarthritis

  • Osteoporosis

  • Ergonomic Injuries

  • Fibromyalgia 

  • Sprains and Strains

  • Shin Splints

  • Tennis and Golfers Elbow

  • Rotator Cuff Injuries

  • Running Injuries

  • Cycling Injuries

  • Golfing Injuries

  • Swimming Injuries

  • Water sports Injuries

  • Horse Riding Injuries 

  • Football Injuries

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