Sports Injury Rehabilitation


Physiotherapy helps alleviate pain and swelling to restore movement and function. It can also be effective for injury prevention and assist rehabilitation back to normal performance levels. From sprains and strains to pre and post surgery, our physiotherapists use a wide range of effective hands-on techniques.

Exercise Therapy

Our individually tailored and coached injury rehabilitation exercise programmes are designed to your injury and sport or fitness requirements. They include progressive strength, proprioception, flexibility and posture control training to return you to your pre-injury fitness levels, and limit the risk of re-injury occurring.


Athletes and sportspeople who do not want their training reduced or even stopped due to injury can still exercise in water. Our revolutionary water-based rehabilitation programmes feature underwater treadmills and wellness pools that provide all the benefits of exercise without putting stress on injuries.

Sports Massage

Sports Massage can speed up healing and reduce discomfort during the rehabilitation process. Soft tissue techniques performed can offer effective management of both acute and chronic injuries.


Cryotherapy is used to cool down specific areas of the body that have been affected by injury to aid recovery of the tissues and joints. To achieve this we have the latest advanced technology, currently used by premiership football teams. The Game Ready device provides specific cuffs for each joint and combines effective cooling and compression.

Magnetic Resonance Therapy

Developed using the same magnetic resonance technology that has provided the most detailed and high-resolution imaging (MRI) for decades, these devices are now used to treat bone and joint conditions. It is effective in alleviating pain naturally and stimulating bone and cartilage renewal with the lowest possible impact on the body and no side effects or pain.

Movement Analysis

We use the principles of analysis and correction to optimise posture and movement. This can, in turn, prevent injuries, enhance sporting performance and improve existing conditions or injuries. It involves full body assessments in standing and gait, and corrective exercises where necessary.