The aim of physiotherapy is to help restore normal physical, psychological and social well-being following injury, illness or disease.

At your first appointment we will assess your problem by asking you some specific questions then check things such as posture, range of movement, function and soft tissue condition. We will then discuss your diagnosis and form a plan for hands-on treatments combined with exercise therapy and self-management advice.

Our treatments are listed below with a brief explanation. We tailor treatments to suit the individual needs of our patients. Incorporating exercises and advice for home gives patients the confidence to be part of the solution to their problem.


Manual Therapy

Soft Tissue Release Techniques (massage) to release tightness and adhesions in muscle, fascia, tendons and ligaments.

Joint Mobilisations to improve mobility at restricted joints. Joint stiffness can be associated with muscle, tendon or ligament injury and also postural alignment problems.

Gua Sha an ancient Chinese healing therapy where a hand held Gua Sha tool is used to improve circulation, break down scar tissue and release fascial restrictions in soft tissues.

Tui Na Massage. Defined as ‘the ancient healing art of fingers and strength’. Tui Na is carried out through a towel or clothes and uses various lifting, stretching, pushing and grasping massage techniques.

Theraputic Ultrasound
Ultrasound waves pass through the skin causing a vibration of the local soft tissues. To help reduce local swelling and chronic inflammation and to break down scar tissue
To mediate the pain from trapped nerves and to release the spasm in over-tight muscles.
Strapping/K Taping
Used to support and protect an injured joint or injured soft tissue to promote healing.
Postural Training
Good posture involves training the body to stand, walk, sit and lie in positions where the least strain is placed on supporting muscles and ligaments. This helps to prevent and treat injury and reduce pain.
Exercise Therapy
The prescription of progressive exercises helps to restore normal function or reduce pain caused by injury or disease.


40 Minute Appointment


Plan a Visit

Address:​ 1 Burnside Road, Whitley Bay, NE25 8PW
Find us on the corner of Burnside Road and Plessey Crescent


Phone: 0191 280 1448