Please give one of our clinics a call if you are unsure who you should see and our reception team members or therapists/practitioners can guide you. 
Please call our reception team at one of our clinics for guidance, or you can download our price list HERE >>
Your wellbeing is important to us, and our aim is to provide quality services to our clients in a timely manner. This requires us to operate a strict cancellation and missed appointment policy. Please call or email us as soon as you know that you will not be able to make your appointment so that a further appointment can be scheduled. If you cancel your appointment with less than 24 hours’ notice you will be charged 50% of the full appointment fee. If you do not attend for your appointment this will be classed as a missed appointment and you will be charged the full appointment fee. 
No, not necessarily. You may consult one of our therapists/practitioners without a doctor's referral. 
The therapist with your permission may contact your GP or consultant discuss your problems if they think it is necessary and is of benefit for your treatment and care. 
Yes. At present we are an approved service provider for WPA, for physiotherapy and osteopathy treatments. We will ask you to provide us with your membership details and/or a pre-authorisation number when you book an appointment under your healthcare insurance. 
We ask you to wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing that can be easily removed if this is required for a proper examination and/or treatment. 
Shorts/skirts/Skorts are preferable when you have a lower body problem that needs examining and treating. Leggings/tights can be worn by women for certain problems. 
For upper body problems, please wear a suitable bra, sports bra or vest/crop top for women. Men can wear a vest or may be asked to remove their top fully. 
For certain treatments you may need to undress to your underwear for examination and subsequent treatments, for example problems with your full spine/pelvis. Please wear suitable underwear/clothing in these circumstances. 
Please discuss with one of our clinics if you are unsure what to wear or have any concerns. 
Your practitioner will discuss this with you during your first session. 
Yes. We currently offer treatment plans for Physiotherapy. 
Yes, we can offer treatment at home from our Breakspeare Clinic @ Chipping Norton. Please call 01993 830 913 to discuss your needs. 
However, where possible we prefer to treat our clients in our clinics, so that practitioners have access to the facilities and equipment they need for treatments. 
We ensure all our practitioners are trained and qualified in their professions and hold the necessary insurance required to practice, alongside membership of their professional bodies. 
Yes, it is possible to speak to a therapist/practitioner prior to booking an appointment if you would like to discuss your problems beforehand. Please call one of our clinics to arrange a mutually convenient time to talk to one of our specialists. 
Please call our reception team at one of our clinics or email the clinic you would like to visit - see the contact details at the bottom of this page. For general enquires please call 01993 830 913 or email 
Yes, appointments for all treatments can be booked at our clinic in Milton-under-Wychwood. You can also book a physiotherapy appointment at our clinics in Didcot and Cheltenham. 
Yes we do treat some children. Please call one of our clinics to discuss your child’s problems, so we can ensure they see the right therapist/practitioner if appropriate. 
We are currently following Government and Health England’s guidance, so it isn’t compulsory to wear a mask or any other PPE equipment at present when attending our clinics. 
We are monitoring the situation on a day-to-day basis at present and will take appropriate action as necessary in the future if the need arises. 
We ask all our clients to call or email us prior to their appointments if they or any member of their household are feeling unwell, so we can re-book their appointment if required. 
We want to reassure all our clients that we are continuing with the strict safety and cleaning protocols that we have been practicing throughout the pandemic. 
We continue to provide hand sanitiser in our clinics if you want to use them. 
Thank you for your continued support through the past couple of challenging years. 
We will continue to use our best endeavours to keep everyone safe whilst in clinic. 
Yes, physiotherapy can significantly alleviate back pain. 
Tailored exercises, manual therapy, and education on proper body mechanics provided by our physiotherapists help manage and reduce discomfort. Targeting specific muscle groups and addressing underlying issues, such as poor posture or muscle imbalances, aids in pain relief. Moreover, our physios promote flexibility, strength, and improved mobility, fostering long-term back health. 
Consulting with our physiotherapists ensure personalised treatment plans, empowering our clients with techniques for self-management. Embracing physiotherapy as part of a holistic approach enhances recovery, diminishes reliance on pain medication, and enables our clients to resume daily activities with reduced discomfort, fostering a healthier, more active lifestyle. 
Physiotherapy serves as a proven remedy for neck pain, offering targeted techniques to relieve discomfort and increase mobility. 
Through personalised exercises, manual therapy, and posture correction, our physios address the root cause of neck pain, whether due to degenerative changes, injury, poor posture or muscle strain. These interventions aim to strengthen muscles, improve flexibility, and restore proper neck function. By employing a tailored approach, physiotherapy not only eases immediate pain but also equips individuals with tools for long-term relief and prevention. 
Embrace the personal care of physiotherapy to reduce pain, regain neck movement and live your normal daily life. 
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