Progressive Physiotherapy are a Private Chartered Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Rehabilitation service operating in South Oxfordshire offering a comprehensive range of musculoskeletal services. Useour expertise, start functioning better and rid yourself of pain and problems.
We are a small independent company offering physiotherapy services within the Witney-Oxford Four Pillars Hotel. The physiotherapists are highly qualified and offer a wide range of rehabilitationtreatment options. The hotel has excellent facilities which all clients can enjoy as part of their treatment cost. Flexible appointment times including evening and weekends available with home visits.
PHYSIOTHERAPIST Rachel Marffy runs a Physiotherapy and sports injury clinic for Didcot and the surrounding villages. Physiotherapy aims to assist recovery following trauma, illness and surgery byencouraging the body to heal itself more efficiently. Pilates exercises are utilised along side other physiotherapy techniques to ensure lasting recovery.
With treatment locations across Oxford The Physio Practice is your local Physiotherapy service. All Physio's are members of the Health Professionals Council (HPC) and the Chartered Society ofPhysiotherapy (CSP). This is your guarantee that only the highest levels of Physiotherapy service are delivered safely and effectively to you. Our philosophy is simple: "Why should pain, stiffness or an injury stop you from doing the things you enjoy?"
Chartered Physiotherapists are able to provide you with the confidence that you should expect in a clinician through an expert clinical skills base and rigorous adherence to high standards of care,set out by the following state recognised governing bodies. From a solid base of education and experience, drawing on the latest in research and physiotherapy practice, assessment and analysis of your condition will provide an accurate diagnosis of your complaint.
At Oxford Sports Physio we strive to optimise human movement and function, whether for athletic performance or for everyday life. We place a strong emphasis on rehabilitation and prevention ofrecurrence of pain or injury. We are Chartered Physiotherapists, specialising in Musculoskeletal problems. Located in the Greet Hall, a beautifully converted barn, we now have 4 new state of the art Balanced Body reformers offering 1:1 or small group sessions.
TOPS is a long established group of Chartered Physiotherapists in Summertown Oxford, specialising in Sports Injuries, Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, Sports Massage, Yoga & Pilates. At TOPS you canfind a group of health and fitness professionals who work closely together to assist you and your body. All of the Physiotherapists are HPC and CSP registered and the clinic is recognised by all major insurance companies including BUPA and AXA-PPP. Online appointment booking available here.
Woodstock Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic is a sister clinic to Bicester Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic which was established in Bicester in 1990. Subsequently the clinic has achievedand maintained an excellent reputation for professional and effective physiotherapy treatment in North Oxfordshire and the wider area including Kidlington, Kirtlington, Yarnton, Hanborough, Stonesfield, Wootton and Charlbury.
David Jones is an Oxford based Physiotherapist registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and a member of both the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and The Society of SportsTherapists. David has over 20 years' experience of working in Professional Football. During this time, he provided the treatment, rehabilitation and injury management for all players involved at this level, from mature professionals, to aspiring children at the school of excellence.
I trained as a chartered physiotherapist in 1992 from Birmingham University and completed a diploma in Sports Medicine from St Bartholomew's Hospital. I have worked in the NHS specialising in treatingMusculo-Skeletal conditions and at present am working at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, where I use pilates in my day-to-day treatments. I trained to become a Pilates instructor with the Australian Physiotherapy Pilates Institute (APPI) and completed my training in 2005.