Our aim is to ease your pain by getting to the root of its cause. So the first thing we do is examine where the pain is and find out what’s troubling you.

Because we’re dealing with joint and muscle problems, we may need you to undress so that we can fully examine you, so please bear this in mind when you choose which clothes to wear. All of your body, except the part requiring therapy, will be covered with a blanket throughout treatment. We have both male and female staff and you are very welcome to request a particular sex of therapist, if this would help you feel more relaxed.

You may also feel more comfortable and relaxed if you come along with someone you know well to chaperone you. Please note that all patients under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult chaperone – this is a legal requirement.


If you are paying for your treatment through an insurance company, please be aware of the following;
Katie, Connor and Julie will provide treatment for clients who are attending through H3, Rehab Works (Beneden)or 3fivetwo.
Katie and Julie will look after you if you are attending through Nuffield Health, Bupa and Axa.
Campbell, Katie, Julie and Connor will provide treatment through Cigna, WPA, and Aviva.


What should you wear for assessment and treatment?

Neck and shoulder pain:

You’ll be asked to undress to your waist, so females are advised to wear a suitable bra.

Arm and hand pain:

Elbow and hand pain can often originate from the neck, so you may be required to undress to your waist. Again, females are advised to wear a suitable bra.

Lower back and hip pain:

You’ll be asked to undress down to your underwear, so suitable underwear is recommended. You may choose to wear shorts, as long as they are not too restrictive.

Knee and lower leg pain:

Generally, only exposure below the waist is required so shorts are advisable. Please note that some pain below the knee may originate from the lower back, so suitable underwear is advised.

Physiotherapy can be helpful for conditions such as:

Back and Neck Pain


Nerve Pain anywhere in the body

‘Trapped nerves’



Joint Problems, such as frozen shoulder, knee pain and ankle pain

Sports injuries

Tennis Elbow

Golfers Elbow

Shin Splints

Achilles Pain

Growing pains in children

Rehabilitation after surgery

Vertigo or dizziness

What to expect to happen after assessment at The Clinic

Once a diagnosis has been made, your physiotherapist will recommend an appropriate course of treatment and therapeutic exercises. The more your adhere to the advice and exercises given, the better and quicker the outcome will be. Appointments will be between 30 and 45 minutes in length, depending on the nature of your difficulty and the treatment required.