Whether you’ve injured yourself at work, the garden or the sports pitch, in pain? we can help! Physiotherapists specialise in the assessment, treatment and management of musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction.
Acupuncture is widely considered to be beneficial for a range of symptoms and illnesses, from clearly defined complaints such as headaches, to more general feelings of ill health and low energy.
You don’t have to be a sportsperson to feel the benefits of a sports massage! Increase your flexibility, relieve muscle soreness and promote faster recovery from both training and injury…or just a tough day at the office!
Neck Pain & Whiplash
Postural & Muscle Imbalance
Knee, Ankle & Foot Problems
Elbow, Wrist & Hand Problems
Repetitive Strain or Work Related Injuries
Pre/Post Surgical Rehabilitation
Arthritic Pain & Dysfunction
Whitcliffe Mount Sports Centre
Batley Sports & Tennis Centre
Reach Wellness Centre, Tickhill
- I found Nick to be committed, knowledgeable and reliable in this type of environment, and I felt very confident having his support at one of the biggest squash tournaments of the year.
- Nick always responds quickly to appointment requests giving as many options as possible, which is great with busy schedules.
- Nick has always been very professional and welcoming. I would not hesitate in recommending Nick for physiotherapy.
- I have visited Nick a number of times. Each time, Nick's assessments and treatments have been spot on. I always feel in professional hands whilst Nick administers his pain, or should I say treatment!
- Fantastic physio! He is able to not only concentrate on massage but also acupuncture and physiotherapy for any injuries I may have.
- I recently had treatment from Nick after a nasty fall. It was the first time I had visited this particular physiotherapist. I found his assessment, treatment and approach really good.
The Physio Health Clinic is registered with several private health insurers including BUPA, Axa PPP, Aviva, Pru Health and WPA. These companies have their own rules regarding physiotherapy so it may be worth ringing and checking the terms of your policy, since sometimes they require you to visit a GP prior to commencing physiotherapy treatment. Once you have been approved for Physiotherapy, they will issue you with an authorisation code which we can use to bill them for your treatment directly.
If you pay into a hospital fund or health scheme, you can usually claim a percentage of the cost of treatment back. Companies such as Simply Health, Sovereign Healthcare and Westfield Health require the treating physiotherapist’s registration numbers (from the CSP and HCPC), which will be issued on our receipts so that you can forward them on.