How Can Physiotherapy Help?

Physiotherapy is an effective way of treating any muscular, joint or soft tissue problems you might have.

At our Brighton and Hove clinic, our expert Physiotherapists can work with you to help relieve pain, enhance movement and restore function, using a wide range of our treatments to get your back on your feet (see our list below).

We’re recommended as one of the best physiotherapy clinics in Brighton and Hove (have a peek at our reviews), so please get in touch with us to find out how we can help you too!


Physio Treatments

All our Physiotherapists are highly skilled experts. With their specialised knowledge, they will be able to give you an in-depth assessment and recommend effective ways in which we can treat, including:

  • Manual techniques
  • Mobilisations
  • Acupuncture
  • Massage
  • Taping
  • Strength and conditioning
  • Movement analysis
  • Gait analysis
  • Flexibility training
  • Exercise programmes
  • Education and advice

These are just a few examples of the treatments we provide, so if there’s a treatment you’re looking for that we haven’t listed, just ask us. Give us a call on 01273 711 399 and speak to one of our team if you have any questions.


Physio Conditions

Our team of Physiotherapists are experienced in a many conditions – whether you need help creating a marathon training programme or want us to have a look at your low back pain, we can help!

  • Back and neck pain
  • Shoulder issues
  • Elbow, wrist, or hand problems
  • Pelvis and hip pain
  • Knee pain
  • Ankle and foot issues
  • Arthritis
  • Sports injuries
  • Posture and ergonomics
  • Pre and post-surgery
  • Pre and postnatal

These are just a few examples of conditions we treat, so if yours isn’t listed here, don’t worry, just give us a call on 01273 711 399 and speak with one of our friendly team.

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