Detailed physiotherapy assessment to help diagnosis and treat complex musculoskeletal conditions.

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We offer a range of services and detailed assessments to help us tailor an individualised, evidence based, multidisciplinary approach which is focused on your goals and your desired outcomes.

We are dedicated to the prevention and reduction of complex musculoskeletal conditions. We diagnosis, treat and rehabilitate a range of sport and non-sport related issues and we offer a holistic approach to your health.

Whether you are working towards enhancing your performance, returning from injury, seeking help with continual aches and pains or wanting to simply get fit, with our specialist support and guidance, we can help you succeed.

What to expect

Expert assessment of:

  • Running technique
  • Movement ability
  • Lower limb biomechanics
  • Gym technique

As well as the treatment and assessment sessions your activity and rehab can be overseen using TrueCoach. With your feedback from prescribed sessions and other activities, the correct loading and injury prevention strategies can be applied. This will keep you fit and training happily.

Special interests include:

  • Sport injuries and rehab
  • Lower limb injuries and return to play programming
  • Dry needling
  • Functional rehabilitation
  • Post op rehab
  • Pilates - APPI Matwork and Reformer trained
  • Women’s health - hormones, training and menstrual cycles

Initial consultation and training oversight included in Triathlon Coaching Expert package.

Individual sessions

Physiotherapy (in person) (up to 60 mins*)

To arrange a session, email (

* Initial consultation 60 mins, follow ups 30 mins

Physio guided strength and conditioning (online)

For those who don't necessarily have an injury or who are injury prone and would like to train safely and move better under the guidance of a physiotherapist.

Get in contact via email (, detailing a little about yourself. For example, who you are, what you do and what goals you would like to achieve.

Then we can contact you and arrange to set up a no obligation chat, this helps to see if we are the right people to help you achieve your goals.

Physio from own home (online)

For those who don't necessarily have an injury or who are injury prone and would like to train safely and move better under the guidance of a physiotherapist.

Online physiotherapy enables you to acquire expert knowledge from the comfort of your own home or workplace and has been shown to be an effective method for the delivery of physiotherapy.

A comprehensive video assessment is conducted over a secure private platform of your choice - Whatsapp, Zoom, Skype, Facetime and just like in the clinic we would go through a detailed assessment including testing movements and strength. This would then allow us to diagnose your injury and then create a treatment programme specific to your needs and goals.

At the end of the appointment all exercises would be uploaded to the TrueCoach app. Truecoach is not only an exercise library app, but it will allow you to interact with us should you encounter any difficulties with your rehabilitation.


  • Good reliable wifi
  • Some space
  • A towel
  • Clothing such as shorts or leggings. Ideally topless for men and sports bra or strap top for women.

To arrange a session, email (


Wear something comfortable and loose fitting. Bring a pair of shorts if it is a lower back, hip, knee, ankle, or a foot problem. Bring a tank top or vest top if it is a neck, upper back, shoulder, elbow, or hand problem.

Please bear in mind that the physio will need to visually assess your posture and movements. At times this may mean the physio will need to move various areas of your body to see how they move and feel. They will of course ask consent prior to any body contact and explain in full why they need to do what they are doing.

Yes. The first part of your initial assessment the physio will run through your current presenting condition and then ask you for a detailed history of your past medical / injury history. This is an essential part of putting together a treatment plan that fits for you. It also helps us to eliminate any potential non musculoskeletal reasons for your pain.

On the first appointment the physiotherapist will have a comprehensive discussion about what has been going on for you and what are your expectations/goals from the session.

Questions will include past injuries, your general health, medication, your job, hobbies and more importantly, what you have been struggling with, since having your injury. Once a good picture has been built up of what might be going on then they will go into a physical examination.

The physical examination is designed to further help they physiotherapist with your diagnose, which in turn will help determine the best treatment plan for you and your lifestyle. The physical examination will include such test as:

  • Range of motion
  • Strength
  • Ligament and joint stability
  • Nerve tests – Reflexes and sensation
  • Palpation – Use of touch to assess for swelling and which specific ligaments, bones, joints, tendons may be involved