Welcome to 5 Valleys Physio & Sports Injury Clinic
At 5 Valleys Physio we can help diagnose and treat all issues. These include neck and back pain to a sports injury of an Olympic athlete.
The 5 Valleys Physio clinic offers hands-on Physiotherapy and sports injury management. Techniques include joint mobilisations and manipulation, soft tissue massage, acupuncture, strength and conditioning exercises, gait (walking & running) analysis and work place assessments to name but a few….
This can help following accidents such as fracture care and whiplash or post surgery. It relieves neck and back pain, stiff and swollen arthritic joints. It is excellent for rehabilitation from a sports injury. Adolescent growing pains, postural issues, headaches, sprains & strains also benefit greatly from treatment.
We aim to reduce pain and restore full function. The physiotherapy clinic will endeavor to book you in within 24 hours of your call for new and existing patients. Frequent appointments are offered to deal with your problem effectively. This restores and recovers damaged tissues fast for effective rehabilitation.
- Cupping Therapy
- Diagnostic Ultrasound
- Ergonomic Assessments
- Kinesiology Taping
- Paediatric Physiotherapy
- Personal Training
- Pregnancy Physiotherapy
- Rehabilitation Suite
- Running Clinic
- Sports Injury Management
- Sports Massage
- Sports Nutrition
- Strength & Conditioning
- Therapeutic Ultrasound
- Stroud ladies finish 4th in Midlands Road Relays – Well done to the Stroud Athletic club ladies team. Stroud ladies finish 4th in a competitive field of 60 teams at the Midland Road Relays
- Gwen battled appalling conditions for success – The weather was horrendous at the Oulton Park Duathlon. Gwen battled the appalling conditions of sleet, wind, rain, cold and hyperthermia!!!
- Vicky qualifies for England schools – Vicky qualifies for England schools cross country in Norwich on the 18th March.
- Alastair finishes 3rd at Bourton – Alastair finishes 3rd at Bourton 10k with a PB and beats his time from last year by 40 seconds.