Physiotherapy

Our dynamic physiotherapists use clinical expertise and an evidence based approach.

Degree qualified, all of our physiotherapists are also engaged in postgraduate study to Masters level or beyond, to ensure you get the best quality care.

Your first session

At your first session our physios complete:

  • full diagnostic assessment
  • biomechanical analysis
  • assessment of form, technique and strength

They will then:

  • explain your injury to you
  • devise an individualised treatment plan
  • work to eliminate pain and prevent injury recurrence

Treatment may include manual treatment, prescribed exercise, sports specific rehabilitation and electrotherapy.

Conditions we treat

Conditions we commonly treat include:

  • Acute and chronic sports injuries.
  • Neck and back pain.
  • Shoulder, hip, knee and foot/ankle pain.
  • Post surgical rehabiliatation (e.g. anterior cruciate repairs, shoulder repairs following dislocation/subluxation, spinal surgery).

Telephone/Virtual appointments for patients

With our Clinic closed for the foreseeable future, we are pleased to be able to continue offering advice to our community.  Please get in touch via email if you would like to book a telephone or video appointment with Patricia or Henry, our Sports Physiotherapists. Whilst not being able to offer the same level of intervention and treatment as a full in-person appointment, we hope that this goodwill advice service will offer valuable support to our community.

What to do next…

Email the clinic seh-sportsmedicineclinic@bristol.ac.uk

📅 Availablity - we are offering Monday and Friday between 9-17:00 Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 9-15:00

📋 Provide us with a brief description of your injury

📞 Provide us with a contact telephone number – we are also offering virtual appointments using Skype.

What to expect...

If you are a new patient to us we will email you a patient form to complete, giving your consent in advance of the appointment.

Your clincian may ask you questions about your lifestyle and ask you to perform some basic movements to help them ascertain the root cause of your problem. You are welcome to send in videos and pictures ahead of your consultation, which may help us.

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