Expert Treatment for Spine and Sports Injuries.
What We Do
Suffering with Back or Neck Pain?
Do you feel your Back or Neck has “gone” is “locked” or is now in “spasm”?
Are you in Pain and not able to move properly?
Are you unsure what is causing the pain and what treatment you need?
Suffering with Muscle or Joint Pain?
Are you suffering with joint or muscle pain?
Have you tried rest and other therapies without success?
Are you worried that the pain will only get worse?
Suffering with a Sport Injury?
Have you got a sports injury and now can’t participate fully?
Frustrated at the rate at which you’re recovering?
Unsure what the correct treatment is that will get you fit again as quickly as possible?
Here is what our clients are saying
From not being able to dance or work properly for two years because of arm and leg pain due to 2 bulging discs to virtually pain free in 5 sessions!
From suffering with severe back and leg pain for 10 years and only being able to walk for 10 minutes at a time to hiking in the Lake District for over 6 hours without a problem.
From struggling to play golf to virtually pain free and adding 20 yards to his drive!
From severe pain causing poor sleep to massive improvement in both pain and ability to sleep!
Click on the Area You’ve Injured to Find Out How we Can Help Your Recovery
Our latest blogs and resources
What is Tennis Elbow? Tennis elbow is a condition that causes pain around the outside of the elbow. Tennis elbow occurs when the tendon joining the forearm muscles to the outside of the elbow become inflamed or obtain small tears. The condition often occurs after...read more
Knee pain or injuries are extremely common, as it is a complex structure and one of the most stressed joints in the body. The knee is the largest joint, vital for movement and vulnerable to injury. The most common knee injuries include fractures around the knee,...read more
Whiplash is a neck injury caused by a sudden movement of the neck which usually comes in the form of sprained ligaments. Although these ligaments are not torn, the symptoms of whiplash could potentially last for weeks or even take months to subside. The majority of...read more