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If you have a sports related injury, or a health related issue is preventing you from doing what you love, we can help. We offer advice on sport specific injury prevention strategies, sports injury diagnosis and treatment including injections.

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23 August 2017

Groupon Sports Massage; highly recommended, therapist has very high level of expertise and a really nice bloke to boot. Woke up this morning a little sore but with full range of movement again, very happy! I will be going back next time i damage myself! More...

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15 May 2017

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The staff were really friendly and helped me alot! I'll be back for my next session soon!


You deserve to keep doing the sport you enjoy so we have a team that can look after you.

We like to help you to get back on your feet and back doing what you love . Being passionate about the great outdoors, equestrian and field sports. We love all things shooting, fishing and riding. Being with our gun dogs out in the field is where you will find us. So whether you love camping, golf, rambling, running, riding, cycling, fishing, clay pigeon shooting, archery, sailing ,football, tennis, rugby, kickboxing, we are here to keep you outside embracing your sport.

We are proud to offer a professional and friendly service and are committed to providing the highest level of medical care. If you have an injury that is slowing you up or preventing you from enjoying your sport, then we can help with a variety of treatments.

From physiotherapy or sports therapy to our Orthopaedic Surgeon Simon Scott, our team are on hand to offer you advice and treatment. Whether you need an injection or surgery, we can facilitate your treatment and recovery to get you back to doing what you love.


Hatha Yoga is a gentle exercise system combining low intensity strength, mobility and flexibility training for the whole body. The aim is to improve core stability, posture and muscular balance.

Movement is synchronised with breathing, leading to an improvement in mental focus, reduction in stress, and contributing to an overall improvement in health and energy levels. Hatha yoga is a popular choice if you want to get fit. It is a classic style. It is great for beginners to learn more about traditional practice.

Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga with Sophie. It is a modern day form of the classic yoga.

She has a real passion for the outdoors and an active lifestyle and enjoys guiding new students through her classes, helping to bring them strength, stability and focus. She believes that through consistent practice of yoga, you can get more out of your body, however old you are or whatever injuries you are working with. You can learn to stretch yourself into places you thought impossible and find your body adapting to movement with ease.

She has also been horse riding since the age of 9 and has competed in young riders with pony club at the National Showjumping Championships. More recently she has turned to dressage and is currently training her horse at Advanced Medium level. She is developing a class for riders to delvop their core strength to assist when riding. If you are interested then contact us for more information.

Kate is a qualified Personal Trainer and Sports Massage Therapist. She specialized in core fitness and the Pilates Method and has completed the internationally recognised STOTT PILATES® full certification as an instructor. She has also continued her massage therapy training and completed the NO HANDS massage full immersion training. Kate specializes in women’s fitness, athletic conditioning and rehabilitation.

Establish the fundamentals allowing your body to maximize the benefits of the workout. Learn to balance, strengthen and increase your body’s flexibility. When you are ready take your workout to a new level by strengthening and toning your entire body, challenge your balance and co-ordination and achieve a higher level of fitness with this fun and fast paced class.

If you are looking to strengthen up following a specific injury, get fit generally or take up a sport #thisgirlcan, then come and see Kate. She has the expert knowledge and enthusiasm to help you through a targeted set of exercises whilst teaching you something new and exciting. The classes are always structured but varied.

If you are pregnant or recently had a baby, Kate offers pre and post natal pilates. Keeping you fit and focused.Children are welcome to come too. Join in the fun and start your fitness journey.

We understand the complexities surrounding certain injuries and that injury treatment is important. We know that many can be addressed by physiotherapy or sports therapy. Being able to seek advice from an Orthopaedic Surgeon quickly is comforting. You can find out what is wrong, get answers to your questions and determine your options. It also costs less than you think and cuts the waiting that is inevitable with the NHS.

The maximum waiting time for non-urgent consultant-led treatments in the NHS is 18 weeks from the day your appointment is booked through the NHS e-Referral Service, or when the hospital or service receives your referral letter. However, your right to an 18-week waiting time does not apply if: you choose to wait longer. Often these times are exceeded

Our physiotherapists are fully equipped to assess any issue that affects you. They can help with joint, muscle and nerve conditions and provide injury treatment. These include (amongst many others) back pain, soft tissue injuries, shoulder pain, muscle strains and joint sprains. You will have a thorough and detailed assessment session. We will then discuss the findings and recommend treatment accordingly.

Our physiotherapists are Chartered and Health Care Professions Council (HCPC) registered physiotherapists

The prevention of injury and your rehabilitation back to optimum levels of functional, occupational and sports specific fitness, regardless of age and ability is our priority. If you have an injury we will work together to investigate your problems, diagnosing and injury treatment treating these symptoms in the most effective way. We will assist you to return to doing what you love.

This may involve further examinations or diagnostic tests (such as X-Rays or scans) but this will be discussed at your initial assessment.

Sports massage can be very effective at relaxing and stretching tight muscles and other soft tissues. It can be used to treat an injury, or as a stand-alone treatment to reduce muscle tension or soreness. The aim is to get you back to your sport as quickly as possible and give advice to prevent a re occurrence.

Our sports therapist is a member of the Society of Sports Therapists.

If you wish to see a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon for advice or treatment we are here to help. You will benefit from a team of highly specialised consultants, many of whom are nationally and internationally recognised for their expertise and experience.

Consultants are supported in their work by therapists who are experts in their particular fields of orthopaedic care.

You can book to see one of our consultants whether you have private health insurance, choose to pay for your own treatment or have your treatment funded through a third party. Your referral will provide valuable background information, medical history and a general overview of your problem. Your referral will usually come to us from your general practitioner (GP) but you can be referred referred to us by your existing consultant for say, a second opinion.

Private health insurance companies will insist on a referral before they can fund treatment.

As part of your injury treatment we can also offer most common injections in clinic e.g. knee, greater trochanter, shoulder, acromioclavicular joint, finger flexor tendons etc.

These injections are offered as either local anaesthetic, steroid or ostenil injections.

We offer the assessment and treatment of specific hand and wrist injuries. This is a specialised field due to the complex anatomy, function and mechanics of the hand and wrist. These are prevalent in field sports injuries and equestrian falls.

Outdoor pursuits can be hampered by hip, knee or ankle problems leading to reduced mobility. We can help you regain mobility to get you back outside, walking the dogs, rambling or shooting. From physiotherapy, injections to surgical options, we are here to help you.

OSTENIL® is a solution containing sodium hyaluronate. It is injected into the space in the joint that contains synovial fluid and means that it can decrease pain and stiffness and improve the other symptoms of osteoarthritis.

If you wish to have this treatment, it will be injected directly into the joint affected by osteoarthritis. This will be done once a week for 3 weeks until you have had 3 injections. The procedure typically takes about 50 minutes which will also include injecting local anaesthetic.

You will probably not notice any benefits immediately after the first injection, but you should gradually start to feel less pain and stiffness over the next few weeks. The improvement in your symptoms should last for several months, depending partly on the number of injections you have. You can expect the benefit from three injections to persist for up to 9 months.

Once the effects of the first course of injections wear off, you can have more. You can continue to have new courses of injections whenever necessary.

Ostenil Plus injections costs from £300.

Corticosteroid (cortisone) injection of joints and soft tissue facts. Corticosteroids are powerful anti-inflammatory medications. Cortisone injections can offer fast-acting relief of inflamed muscles, joints, tendons, and bursa. Complications are rare but may include infection and bleeding.

The duration of pain relief associated with a cortisone injection is dependent on the condition it is being used to treat. In certain conditions such as an acute tendonitis of the thumb / wrist caused by a single episode of overuse one cortisone injection can permanently relieve the pain. In other chronic conditions, such as knee arthritis, the pain relief may be immediate and significant, but the pain is likely to return gradually, due to the underlying wear and tear.