Physiotherapy is a science-based profession and takes a ‘whole person’ approach to health and wellbeing, which includes the patient’s general lifestyle.

At the core of this philosophy is the patient’s involvement in their own care, through education, awareness, empowerment and participation in their treatment and rehabilitation.

This holistic approach is at the heart of Physiyolates.

Approach & Objectives

We understand the impact and psychology of how an injury or illness can feel, and how frustrating and limiting this can be. With our extensive experience within this field we will act quickly and efficiently to help.

At Physiyolates we offer an integrated approach, through evidence based treatment techniques, clinical yoga and utilising state of the art Pilates rehabilitation equipment.

We are registered with all major healthcare insurance providers and through our vast experience have established links with leading orthopaedic consultants and medical specialists.


Promoting mobility, function and quality of life through a detailed and considered examination, diagnosis, prognosis and applied interventions.

Treatment & Rehabilitation

At Physiyolates we specialise in providing combined solutions to maximise a speedy recovery in the most efficient way. We have extensive experience of early to end stage rehabilitation from injury which saves precious time, energy, and ensures optimal outcomes.

Manual therapy

Clinical approach utilising specific hands-on techniques to diagnose and treat a variety of musculoskeletal conditions.


Form of medical treatment which uses small electrical impulses to reduce pain, stimulate muscles and facilitate soft tissue healing.

Sports massage

Hands-on techniques to improve the efficiency of the musculoskeletal system, particularly for releasing and reducing tension in the muscles.

Trigger Point therapy

Trigger points are painful spots in muscle tissue that can radiate pain to other areas in the body. Trigger point therapy is a hands-on technique in which trigger points are located and treated to reduce pain and ‘deactivate’ the points.

Soft tissue mobilisations

Assessment, treatment and management of soft tissue injury, pain and dysfunction primarily of the neuromusculoskeletal system.

Pain management

Multi-disciplinary approach for easing the suffering and improving the quality of life of those living with chronic pain or acute pain following injury.

Post-operative care

Appropriate prescribed treatment modalities in the early stages of recovery following surgery.

Spinal mobilisations and manipulations

Forms of manual therapy. Mobilisations are slow, controlled techniques to improve joint and soft tissue function whilst manipulations are the application of a rapid rotational, shear or distraction force into a joint.


Complementary medicine in which fine needles are inserted into the skin at specific points along, what are considered to be, lines of energy (meridians). Used in the treatment of various physical and medical conditions.

Sports specific injury rehabilitation

Specific and essential phase of end-stage rehabilitation enabling you to be fit to return to your chosen sport.

Progressive outdoor sports specific rehabilitation

Specific outdoor rehabilitation programmes to enable you to return to sport in the safest and most efficient way.

Functional rehabilitation

Specific individual programmes incorporating Pilates rehabilitation equipment.

Clinical yoga and Pilates techniques

Using traditional yoga and Pilates methodology and principles, and applying it to a rehabilitation setting.

Injury prevention strategies

Identifying physical and psychological injury prevention strategies for your sports.

Functional movement screening

Assessment of several basic movement patterns to identify tightness and weakness in the body that may potentially lead to injury.

Strength and conditioning exercises

Prescribed exercises specifically, but not limited, to improve performance of athletes within their chosen sport. In addition, aids with injury prevention.

Gait Re-education

Helping you improve your ability to stand and walk following injury/surgery as well as gaining confidence and independence.

Biomechanical assessments

Examination of the lower limbs looking at their structure, alignment, strengths and weaknesses.