Physiotherapy is at the heart of this practice – our therapists all have vocational medical qualifications that enable assessment, diagnosis and treatment; we will address injuries and pain to return you to normal life as quickly as possible.

We have a personalised whole person approach to helping you, we listen carefully, assess thoroughly and treat using a combination of hands-on manual techniques, electrotherapy, education, advice and a bespoke exercise programme. We are ‘body problem solvers’ and will motivate and guide you to achieve your goals.

We see a broad range of patients, both old and young, elite athletes or totally unfit; patients with new injuries or long-term problems.

If you are worried, frustrated or just worn down by pain and injury, and you do not want to wait for an NHS appointment or want a second opinion, contact us to see how best we can care for you.

We want to see you return to enjoying life to the full!

We offer treatment with an MLS Class 4 Laser Therapy machine, and may use this for the reduction of pain, swelling and inflammation. Treatments are quick and painless; results will often be felt during the first session.

Medical Acupuncture is one of the many treatments used by our physiotherapists as part of an integrated approach to the management of pain and inflammation. Scientific research and clinical evidence have shown that acupuncture can reduce pain by stimulating the brain and spinal cord to produce natural pain-relieving chemicals such as endorphins, melatonin (which promotes sleep) and serotonin (to promote well-being), to name but a few. These chemicals assist the body’s healing processes and offer pain relief as a precursor to other treatments such as manual therapy or exercise in order to aid recovery.

We have experts in treating problems associated with growth and sports in young people – a child is not just a ‘mini adult’ and their bodies require expert assessment.  Common conditions associated with growth include back, hip, knee and heel pain and we can help diagnose, educate and manage through this period of time.

A good ‘home office’ set up is an essential and often overlooked part of working life – do you know what chair is best for your body size and shape? How high should your computer screen be? Neck, back, arm pain can all be associated with poor ergonomics and we provide a detailed assessment including recommendations for any equipment needed.

Physiotherapy & Sports Therapy Treatment Prices

  • FOLLOW UP TREATMENTS - From £55.00

Physiotherapy & Sports Therapy Treatment Prices

  • FOLLOW UP TREATMENTS - From £55.00


We offer 60, 45 & 30 minute appointments.

Our therapists are professionally qualified and will begin with a full body assessment before your massage. If you have seen one of the physio team who has recommended massage as part of your therapy, our practitioners will collaborate to give you a seamless journey through our services.

You do not have to be a sports person to enjoy the benefits!  Massage is for everyone. 

  • Relieves tightness, spasms, and restrictions in muscle tissue.
  • Improves flexibility in muscles, promoting relaxation.
  • Increases blood circulation, bringing oxygen and nutrients to the muscle which reduces fatigue and soreness.
  • Promotes the removal of waste products from the muscle.
  • Enhances joint mobility by releasing restrictions in the fascia, and by reducing the thickening of connective tissue.
  • Helps to decrease muscular inflammation, break-down scar tissue and free adhesions.
  • Improves muscle tone and helps to address issues relating to muscular imbalance, reducing the physical stress placed on joints and bones. 
  • Promotes relaxation and stress reduction by stimulating the parasympathetic nervous system.
  • Helps to reduce pain by the release of endorphins which are known to elevate mood. 
  • Helps to promote feelings of well-being and enhance self-esteem.
  • Helps to reduce levels of stress and anxiety by relaxing both the body and mind.

Massage Therapy Prices


Massage Therapy Prices



What Is Pilates Reformer?

The Reformer was invented by the founding father, Joseph Pilates. We use the very latest Allegro 2 Pilates Reformer.

It is a bed-like frame with a flat platform called the carriage, attached to a set of springs to give resistance to movement. The springs can be adjusted to give different levels of resistance as the carriage moves up and down on its track. The Reformer has a foot bar at one end to push against and long straps with handles to use with your hands or feet to pull with arms and legs.

Reformers are completely adjustable for different body sizes, strengths and level of ability. It’s a great way to practise Pilates body control and motion.

Pilates Reformer work promotes length, strength and flexibility in the body, balance and coordination. 

Working from different positions, for example we often start people recovering from low back pain in a lying position as this feels secure and safe to start working you body again. Then as you progress you may try side lying, kneeling, sitting and even standing exercises – the options allow exercises to suit everyone.

Reformer Pilates
  • Reformer work offers all the benefits of Pilates mat-work exercises including overall strength, flexibility, body balance and coordination. This will help your overall body movement efficiency with better posture and increased strength and may be an integral part of your rehabilitation with physiotherapy.
  • Long term benefits include less anxiety and more confidence in your body; a more robust approach to dealing with the physical needs of your life, be that picking up grand children or competing at the Olympics!

  • Exercising on the Reformer is possible for anyone, any fitness level, any age and you don’t have to have tried any other Pilates beforehand.

Pilates Reformer Treatment Prices

  • 45 MINUTE TREATMENT - £60.00

Pilates Reformer Treatment Prices

  • 45 MINUTE TREATMENT - £60.00


Hydrotherapy is physical exercise in water – often in warmer water than your average public pool. We use Herongate Club pool in Hungerford which is the same depth throughout with access via steps, a hand rail and a lovely warm jacuzzi on the side. You don’t have to know how to swim to exercise in water – however, it is good if you feel comfortable in water.

We will be in the water with you and show you how to exercise appropriately – depending on your needs, we can then provide you with a waterproof sheet of your personal exercise programme and you can go to the pool independently – our partnership with Herongate qualifies you to a reduced price.

We find there are a variety of conditions that benefit from hydrotherapy, including post-surgical joint replacement; low back pain; osteoarthritis; rheumatoid arthritis and other rheumatological conditions … and many more.

  • Reduces load bearing on joints:  When performing exercises in waist deep water the buoyancy of the water reduces your weight to less than half, reducing the impact on your joints.
  • Reduces muscle aches and tightness: The warmth of the water promotes muscle relaxation and reduces muscle spasm. The reduced muscle tightness can result in improved muscle flexibility.
  • Increases muscle strength: Exercises performed on land can be modified to perform in water, using the water as resistance. We can use floats and dumbbells to increase the resistance, or increase the speed you do the exercises.
  • Improves cardiovascular fitness: The workout in water increases fitness as you work against resistance.
  • Improves balance and reduces falls risk: Movement or even just trying to stand still can be more challenging to your balance in water. You may find practising standing on one leg easier though as you will have buoyancy supporting you.
  • Stress relief: Water has lovely effects on us and often we feel better after a swim or hydrotherapy workout, especially if you are guided by us so you have no worries. Experience the natural endorphins release, which reduce your perception of pain. 

Hydrotherapy Prices


Hydrotherapy Prices



We are delighted to be able to offer a service where we come to you (within a certain radius of our clinic, please call to discuss).

This service offers significant benefits post-surgery, e.g. hip or knee replacement, where you are unable to drive but need physio input with rehabilitation exercises and walking.

We also support many elderly clients who are recovering from falls or illnesses and have deteriorated in their mobility and fitness.

If you would benefit from a home visit please contact us directly by phone or email.

Virtual Appointments

  • We continue to offer video appointments if you can’t or don’t want to come in person – this is great if you are away for work/holiday and need us.
  • Contact us to discuss: 07958 599716 or

Insurance Information

  • There are so many changes with health insurance providers that we ask you to pay for your treatment directly with us and we will provide you with all necessary receipts to reclaim from your insurance company.
  • We highly recommend that you contact your insurance first to see if they will cover you. If you are looking to claim back fees please let us know at the time of booking your initial appointment as it may affect which practitioner you can see. Most insurance providers will not cover treatment with Sports Therapists (relevant if booking with Dominic).