Our passionate Streatley physiotherapists will help you recover from chronic pain, treat sports-related injuries and get you back to doing what you love. Whether that’s at home, at work, at the gym, or on the sports field.
Why visit our Streatley physiotherapy clinic?
Our new Streatley clinic has two bright and airy consultation rooms. Each has been designed to create a comfortable and relaxing treatment environment. This is where our physiotherapists assess and diagnose you, explain your recovery plan and provide the ‘hands-on’ part of your treatment.
In our dedicated rehab space on site at the Gym at Streatley, you will experience our cutting-edge HumanTrak movement screening technology as part of your assessment. This is where we objectively measure any limitations and set your baseline for recovery.
The Gym at Streatley is kitted out with state-of-the-art equipment to support your rehabilitation. This is where our physiotherapists guide you through exercises to strengthen your body and get you performing at your full potential.
We will redo the movement screening during your final performance review and sign-off session. We believe it’s important for you to not only feel the results but see the results!
Your visit to our Streatley physiotherapy clinic
Securing your appointments is simple:
- No referral needed
- Easy online booking
We’re happy to accept payment via your health insurer, or directly from you.
Fancy a change of scenery after working from home? Feel free to bring your laptop and pitch up for a coffee at the Swan hotel bar/cafe or Coppa Club before or after your appointment. Changing rooms are available on site.
Private health insurance
Our physiotherapy appointments Assessment (45 mins) and Follow-up (30 mins) are covered by all major private health insurers. Simply enter your details at our online checkout or inform our client care team over the phone.
Keeping you safe
In-line with the government guidelines, we will also have several measures in place to keep you safe:
- Client screening
- Enhanced hygiene practices
- Use of PPE
- NHS Test and Trace
We also ask that you bring a face mask to your appointment. You can read more about the measures here.