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At ProPhysio we offer a range of services to help both prevention and recovery from injury. We work with clients to produce a plan centred around their individual needs and aims to achieve the best possible results and long term health.

Regardless of the sport, clients are aided in preventing injury escalation and helped to return to normal function.


This includes working with clients on their recovery from injury and educating them on how to avoid future recurrence.

Adjustment of body alignment to prevent long term injury as well providing dancers with the treatment and guidance necessary to recover from existing injuries and prevent reoccurence.

Back pain can be a life changing issue and about 80% of the population will suffer from it at some time in their lives. We help our clients through organising their recovery, managing their pain and developing any helpful lifestyle changes.

Whether you're a seasoned athlete or a couch potato, a full body MOT is the ideal service for someone who wants to make the most of their body. During the "MOT", one of our team of physiotherapists will undertake a detailed assessment of a number of key areas such as flexibility, strength and stability.

Neck & Shoulder Care

Neck pain is a musculoskeletal disorder (MSD) which also includes back pain and repetitive strain injury (RSI); MSDs are one of the main causes of people being off work sick.


Physiotherapy is extremely effective with MSDs. In one study, 80 per cent of people who had physiotherapy for their MSD were able to carry on working and did not have to go off sick.



If you want to be more flexible and develop your core body strength, Pilates is the perfect activity to get involved in. 


Pilates continually works to stretch and strengthen our muscles using carefully controlled movements to build a longer, leaner, stronger and more flexible body. Pilates teaches that our power lies in a central column of complex muscles in the torso and pelvis, and that our strength comes from proper alignment, awareness and breathing rather than brute force.

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