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Sports Therapy 

Sports Therapy is an essential healthcare which everyone of all works of life can  benefit from. 

It is not only for 'Sports Persons' 

We all have work life, home life and daily stresses which put a huge pressure onto our bodies and the functioning of our bodies. 

Sports Therapy is an aspect of healthcare that is specifically concerned with the prevention of injury and the rehabilitation of the patient back to optimum levels of functional, occupational and sports specific fitness, regardless of age and ability.

(Society of Sports Therapy 2013)

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What is the difference between Sports Therapy and Physiotherapy?

Sports Therapy

Sport Therapist do their training in clinics and sports clubs.

Sports therapists are experts in musculoskeletal disorders. They treat pain and injury through hands-on treatment and rehabilitation. Sports Therapists undergo an intensive three-year degree course which focusses primarily on the musculoskeletal system and on restoring, maintaining and maximising movement to relieve pain and increase quality of life.

Sports therapists generally have more exposure to sporting environments at an undergraduate level making them ideal for preventing sports injuries through specific strengthening  programmes.


Physiotherapy has been around the longest. There are large subsections within the subject of Physiotherapy, namely:

· Muscular-Skeletal – problems with your muscles and bone

· Neurology – rehabilitation from stuff such as – heart attacks, strokes

· Respiratory – help with lung related issues


Physiotherapist do their training in hospitals and work with doctors and nurses.  They are mainly medical based.

The role of the Physiotherapists is to help people affected by injury, illness or disability through movement and exercise, manual therapy, education and advice. They maintain health for people of all ages, helping patients to manage pain and prevent disease. 

Would you like to read more? Check out our Health Blog page for further information. 
Services and Prices 


                                                                              Graduate Therapist          Senior Therapist


Initial Consultation (50mins)                                            £47                                        £52

Appointment/Treatment/Follow Up (30mins)                   £29                                        £37

Appointment/Treatment/Follow Up (50mins)                   £44                                        £49

Dry Cupping/Dry Needling Acupuncture (30mins)                                                        £42

Dry Cupping/Dry Needling Acupuncture (50mins)                                                        £52

Express Appointments (20mins)                                      £17                                        £17


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Please note:

Our appointments are in very high demand, so we have a strict 24hr Cancellation Policy. If appointments are cancelled under 24hrs, this may result in payment for the appointment being taken. Particularly on peak times.


If you require specifically a Male or Female Sports Therapist, please specify this when booking your appointment.