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Our Physiotherapy Services

Physiotherapy plays a vital role in healing, rehabilitation and pain relief following bone, muscle, nerve, ligament and joint injuries. It consists of treatment and advice to help an individual regain or retain their health and wellbeing. Any injury can be debilitating and have an impact upon everyday activities, sports, work and quality of life. It is essential that advice and treatment is sought at the early stages to prevent compensatory movements which can lead to secondary injuries.

Hover over the orange circles in the image to view some of the most common injuries we treat.

This is not an exhaustive list of everything we treat. On top of all of this we help with posture, surgical or fracture rehabilitation and all soft tissue injuries.


Frequently Asked Questions

Will Physiotherapy help me?

If you have a condition that you are unsure if physiotherapy will help, please feel free to phone or email NK Physiotherapy, we will be more than happy to offer some advice to help you find the best appropriate treatment.

What to expect on your first Physiotherapy Assessment?

Your initial assessment can last up to 45 minutes. Firstly, we will ask you a series of questions. The purpose for these are to outline what your main concern is, how it started and the symptoms you experience. All this information provides the Physiotherapist with a deeper understanding as to how you are affected and allows us to start clinically reasoning what the problem could be. Secondly, we move on to the objective assessment. At this stage, you may be asked to remove pieces of clothing but it is important that we will protect your dignity at all times. We will carry out a series of tests and movements to enable us to determine where the problem could be arising and then inform you of your likely diagnosis. Once we have established the problem we will go on to discuss a tailored treatment programme to best suit you.

Do I need specific clothing?

It is not uncommon throughout your physiotherapy session to be asked to remove pieces of clothing. To help with this we strongly recommend that you bring shorts and a vest top. This will enable us to maintain your dignity and make you feel comfortable throughout the assessment.

Will I need more than one session, if so how many?

More often than not individuals require more than one session of physiotherapy to allow appropriate and effective treatment. From initial assessment, a plan of action is developed and we will guide you through each rehabilitation stage. We strive to provide an effective personalised course of treatment however if you wish not to continue that is not a problem but your condition may take longer to resolve.

How do I book an appointment?

What if I miss my appointment?

We operate a 24 hour cancellation policy. If you contact us within 24 hours before your appointment then we will cancel your appointment and reschedule. However, if you fail to attend and do not inform us then you may still be charged for the cancelled appointment at 50% of the full price.


Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain can be debilitating and affect all your daily activities. Read more information on how NK Physio can help.

View Advice Leaflet

Back Pain

Back pain is often caused by a pull in a muscle or ligament. Joint stiffness, weak core muscles and poor posture are all contributing factors.

View Advice Leaflet

Knee Pain

Knee pain is one of the most common complaints seen in physiotherapy and can be caused by a variety of reasons such as poor biomechanics, joint arthritis and reduced knee strength

View Advice Leaflet

our prices

Block booking discounts are available on request

Physiotherapy (Initial Assessment) £40
Physiotherapy (Return Appointment) £30
Physiotherapy (Extended Treatment £35.00)
Sports Massage (60 minutes) £40
Sports Massage (45 minutes) £35
Sports Massage (30 minutes) £30
Clinical Yoga 6 week block £72.00

Book Appointment

If you would like further information on any of the services we provide, contact us on 0785 405 1066. We will be happy to help.