Mac Physiotherapy & Pilates
Mac Physiotherapy & Pilates is a team of professional musculoskeletal specialists dedicated to treating the individual, not just the injury.
The Clinic is owned by Martin & Annika Cunningham, they are a husband and wife team who between them have over 18 years experience specialising in the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal dysfunction & sports injuries.
They have worked extensively in England, Scotland and Australia in a wide variety of settings including NHS, Private Sectors, Clinical Pilates and Professional Sport. They will ensure you achieve your goals efficiently & effectively by delivering excellent care with the most up to date evidence based treatments.
Our aim is to assist & accelerate the recovery of our clients back to their normal function as soon as possible with honest, friendly treatment.
We believe that by taking a little extra time to help you understand your injury, providing hands on treatment as well as rehabilitation and self management strategies we will ensure we don’t simply treat your symptoms but help to cure your injury and prevent future recurrence.
We are passionate about health, sport & getting people better!
Training, qualifications & experience
At Mac Physio & Pilates, we look at the big picture. We are experts at assessing faulty movement patterns to find the cause of your current problems.That’s why we look at your movement from head to toe to treat any areas that might be problematic.
We have found our clients get better in less time and become better aware of their body, and are more excited to improve their movement and prevent future injury. So, if you work with a therapist who only uses machines and doesn’t include functional exercises and hands-on treatment, you’re not experiencing the new age of physiotherapy.
This is why you must look beyond finding a professional to simply “treat” your injury. Basic treatment may initially leave you feeling good, but what you need is movement specialists to dig into the source of your problem in order to correct it at its inception and bring you to a level of fitness and mobility you did not realise was possible.
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Registered / Accredited
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Health and Care Professions Council
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£30 Follow ups