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Physiotherapy specialises in the treatment and prevention of musculuoskeletal injury through manual therapy and rehabilitation exercise.

Manual therapy –  passive stretches, joint mobilisation, sports massage, deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy and myofascial release.

Rehabilitation exercise – dynamic stretches and strengthening exercises including Clinical Pilates, Yoga, weight training, therabands, kettlebells, balance boards, Swiss balls and suspension training. 

What we treat:

Back pain – Neck pain – Muscle, tendon and ligament sprains / tears – Hip pain – Knee pain – Foot and ankle pain – Shoulder pain – Tennis elbow – Golfers elbow – Carpel tunnel  – Sports injuries – Running injuries – Cycling injuries – Disc prolapse – Trapped nerves – Sciatica – Arthritis – Head aches – Pre/post natal care – Pre/post surgical rehabilitation – Repetitive strain injuries.

Our Physiotherapists:

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Conor BSc (Hons) Physiotherpay (Leicester University). Diploma Massage therapy. Level 3 Personal trainer. APPI Qualified mat work Clinical Pilates instructor.

Conor offers a hands-on manual therapy approach to treatment including sports massage, deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy and myofascial release together with strengthening, conditioning and flexibility rehabilitation exercises and Pilates.

Experience: Physiotherapist and massage therapist with Leicester football club before joining Ludgate Clinic.

Govening bodies: Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and the Health Professions Council.

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Stephanie Boyd BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy. Diploma in Massage therapy.

Stephanie offers a hands-on manual therapy approach to physiotherapy treatment including sports massage, deep tissue and remedial massage, holistic massage, abdominal massage and pregnancy massage together with strengthening and flexibility rehabilitation exercises and postural education.

Govening bodies: Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and the Health Professions Council.


Initial consultation: £60

Follow up appointment: £52

Physiotherapy and Osteopathy are covered by all health insurance providers including BUPA, AXAPPP, Cigna and Simply Health. Most health insurance providers require a GP referral prior to receiving treatment.

Frequently asked questions:

Is the treatment right for me?
Please call us and arrange to speak to a Physiotherapist or Osteopath if you are unsure about the nature of your injury or what treatment would be right for you. If treatment is not deemed appropriate there will be no charge made for your appointment.

What does the treatment involve?
Physiotherapy uses combining manual therapy, joint mobilisation, deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, strengthening rehabilitation, clinical Pilates and dynamic stretches to restore the health of muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints. You will also be given a specific program of stretches and rehabilitation exercises.

What should I wear?
As the treatment involves massage and stretching techniques you may need to remove some outer layers of clothing such as shirt, jumper or trousers. If you are suffering from low back pain or leg pain you may wish to bring shorts or loose trousers to change into. Women suffering from back and upper limb pain may wish to wear a vest top.

How is my medical data stored?
Your initial consultation involves the physiotherapist or osteopath taking a full medical history, treatment notes are then also taken at subsequent visits. Medical histories are kept on our secure practice software in accordance with data protection and the code of practice set out by The Chartered Society of Physiotherapists and General Osteopathic Council. Medical notes are not disclosed to any third party such as General Practitioners or health insurance providers without written permission from the patient.

Do I need to see my GP first?
Physiotherapists and Osteopaths are trained as primary healthcare practitioners and patients can seek treatment without referral. If necessary you will be advised to see your GP or you may be referred for further investigations such x-ray or MRI. Please note most Health Insurance companies ask that you contact your GP before seeking treatment.