OxPhysio - Advanced Physiotherapy Service
At OxPhysio we strive to bring you the best physio and pilates service that Oxford can offer. Our expert team of physiotherapists provide high quality, seamless care for a wide range of acute and chronic conditions.
We will discover the root cause of your problem through expert clinical assessment and scanning if necessary. Our treatments aim to restore your physical, psychological and social wellbeing to help you achieve your goals.
Our physiotherapy clinics are based throughout Oxford, in Botley, Summertown, Risinghurst and Headington, but we will happily come and see you in your own home how ever far from Oxford you are.
Training, qualifications & experience
Our specialist physiotherapists have over 80 years of experience between them and are all chartered and registered with the Health and Care Professions Council.
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Other available therapies
- £50 for an
- £35 for a follow
- £60 for home visits
(45 mins - 1 hour)
- Individual Pilates £60
- Group Pilates (6 sessions) £45
Established in 2012
Our clinicians have 80 years of combined experience having practiced physiotherapy in the NHS for many years, all are highly experienced and have first hand knowledge of the various pathways you may need to pursue in order to get the best care possible.
We will diagnose the root cause of your problem, treat your symptoms and help prevent them from re-occurring. Unlike some other practices, our physiotherapists are able to organise further investigations where necessary, including X-Rays, MRIs and Ultrasound Scans.
Treatment may consist of hands on therapy to relieve pain and restore movement. You will be taught specific exercises within a treatment session and be given a home exercise programme to help correct altered movement patterns and undo 'bad habits' created by pain. Physiotherapy offers a unique approach to ensure that your symptoms improve in the long term by helping you to alter movement patterns which may have caused your problem to linger or reoccur.
If you have been diagnosed with or suspect you may have a pre-existing medical condition you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.
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