At Complete Physiotherapy all our physiotherapists are chartered and state registered and treatments are on a one-to-one basis.  Once an accurate diagnosis of a musculo-skeletal pain and disorder has been determined our chartered physiotherapists will commence a predominantly hands-on treatment approach.

Physiotherapy treatments may include joint mobilisation and manipulation, massage, exercise prescription and advice, acupuncture, electrotherapy, taping, postural advice, Shockwave therapy and core strengthening (pilates).

Common conditions treated include back, neck and joint pain, whiplash injuries, headaches, sports and running injuries, repetitive strain injuries, postural imbalances and pre and post surgical rehabilitation.

Complete Physiotherapy is registered with all major health insurance companies. Read more about the conditions we treat.

For an appointment, please phone one of our friendly receptionists (0118 946 2299) who will be happy to arrange one for you.

What is Pilates?
Pilates is a type of exercise in which you perform a series of controlled movements that flow into one another with precision.
As far as what muscles Pilates works, it’s technically considered a total body workout.
In working the entire body, though, Pilates’ movements are primarily designed to target your core muscles, including your:

  •          Abdominal muscles
  •          Hip muscles
  •          Gluteal muscles
  •          Lower and upper back muscles
  •          Inner thigh muscles

The goal is to be in total control of your body as you move. That requires beginning from your central core muscles and using the stability these muscles provide to smoothly control your arms, legs and other extremities.
Pilates focuses on promoting functional strength and stamina, the benefits of Pilates extend beyond your workout, improving the way you move in your everyday life.

Recent Testimonial

Rachel was very keen to help, she tailored her assessment and treatment to my needs and explained everything well. I am now back exercising and doing the things I love! Thanks Rachel.