Sports Injury Rehabilitation

Some of our frequently asked questions:


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1) COVID-19

How we will make your appointment as safe as possible

  • The clinic complies with government, Public Health England and governing body's COVID-19 regulations
  • For both patient and therapist safety, I will be wearing full PPE throughout your appointment; this includes gloves, mask, apron and visor or goggles.
  • The treatment room and couch are cleaned thoroughly between each appointment
  • Contactless and card payments will be taken as preference
  • The World Health Organisation COVID-19 online training for infection control and PPE have been undertaken

Your Bit

  • You must wear a mask on entry to the clinic and during your treatment
  • Please do not enter the clinic until your appointment time
  • You must complete the COVID-19 screening before your appointment
  • On entry to the clinic, please use hand sanitiser provided
  • Your temperature will be checked upon entry to the clinic
  • Please inform us, and DO NOT attend if you have any of the following symptoms: a high temperature, a new, continuous cough, a loss/change in sense of smell or taste. Also please do not attend if you have been in contact with someone who has tested positive in the last 14 days. You will not be subject to cancellation fees for COVID-19 reasons, just please let us know before your appointment!

2) What is involved in the Initial Assessment?

The Initial Assessment will be split into 3 sections: A medical history questionnaire, a subjective assessment, and an objective assessment of your injury. MEDICAL QUESTIONNAIRE AND COVID SCREENING: You will be required to fill in a form before your first appointment which covers a few questions to gather information on you and your medical background. This form will be emailed to you when you book in. These questions will include:

  • Personal details (name, address, date of birth)
  • Occupation
  • Medical history (any conditions which may affect your health and treatment, or any family medical conditions)
  • Current Medication
  • Previous Injuries and hospital stays
  • COVID risk assessment
SUBJECTIVE ASSESSMENT: You will be asked a number of questions about you and your injury. The more detailed your history of the injury is, the clearer the diagnosis becomes. The answers to the following questions will help create a successful injury diagnosis and treatment plan:
  • When did the injury occur?
  • What happened?
  • Where does it hurt?
  • What sort of pain is it?
  • Does the pain radiate?
  • What makes it better or worse?
  • Have you injured this area before?
  • Have you had previous treatments and did they help?
OBJECTIVE ASSESSMENT: Here the therapist will go through a series of assessments to your posture and the joint or joints affected by the injury. Your range and quality of movement will be assessed along with strength, joint and injury specific tests. The therapist will need to see the injured area, so appropriate clothing should be worn, such as shorts or a vest top. If you wish to be accompanied to your initial assessment, you are more than welcome to bring a friend or family member along.

3) I'm not a sports person, can you still help me?

Yes we can, Sports Injury Rehabilitation principles can be transferred to any musculoskeletal condition. The assessment and treatment tools used to diagnose and heal sports injuries are no different to those used by physiotherapists in the NHS or private sector. The advantage of Sports Rehabilitation is that we have an in-depth knowledge of how to return individuals back to their pre-injury state, whether that is to a professional sport standard or a weekly work out.

4) Can I be accompanied to my appointment?

Yes! Just please make the therapist aware when booking your appointment. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult to every treatment session.

5) What is “Prehab”?

Prehab aims to reduce your risk of injury happening or recurring by implementing specific exercises to your needs. These can include posture correction (both static and functional), proprioception (balance), "core and glutes" exercises, strength training, and flexibility.

6) How much will treatments cost?


  • Injury assessment, treatment and rehabilitation sessions £38
  • Follow up treatment and rehabilitation £38
  • Acupuncture £25