Progressive Injury Treatment That Works

What’s brought you here then? Sports injury? Or something more random. You might not even know what you did, but something’s not right. So, quite sensibly, you put Physio Swindon or Physiotherapy Swindon into your favourite search engine and here you are. Makes sense.

Well, the good news is, whatever it is, we can help. We’re not physiotherapists. Therapists certainly. Professional, absolutely. Our Sports Therapists specialise in the part of physiotherapy that helps you when you’ve hurt yourself. We provide more progressive approach than exercise based physiotherapy that has helped many delighted clients in Swindon. Check out our testimonials, if you like.

Each injury is unique, including yours, and at Swindon Sports Therapy we adapt our treatment to get the best possible result for you. In all cases we aim to improve the quality of your life as effectively (and quickly) as we can.

So, what’s up? Get in touch today. Let’s start making you feel better.

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    Neck Pain Physio - Alex
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    Roo - teacher
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    Kirsty - Group Exercise Teacher
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    Pete - runners knee

“Within 30 mins Dan was working away and my body started to feel 10 years younger. A completely new and invigorating approach to back and muscle problems that I had battled with over the years. Dan is extremely good at getting fast results and getting you back on track. I would have no hesitation of Dan” – AB

“I had my first session with Stuart a couple of weeks ago and I am even more impressed after my second visit. After just a couple of weeks my hip pain has reduced from limping with constant ache and sharp pains to an occasional dull ache. I have total confidence in Stuart that I will have no pain there soon.” – JC

Disclaimer: The testimonials on this page are the opinion of a few of our clients. Results to treatment cannot be guaranteed. We can guarantee we’ll be doing everything we can get you back to your best ASAP.

Conditions Progressive Sports Therapy Can Help You With

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Sports Injuries | Neck Pain
Whiplash | Back Pain | Knees
Osteoarthritis | Post Natal Issues

Sciatica | Slipped Disc | Nerve Pain
Headaches | Migraines | Tennis Elbow
Golfers Elbow | RSI
Shin Splints | Strains and Sprains
Ligament problems | Sprained ankle
Muscle damage
Carpal Tunnel syndrome
Joint Pain | Post operative rehab
Frozen Shoulder | Runner’s Knee

Here is a list of conditions we’ve helped many of people with in the past. Why not be one of them? If previous physiotherapy or any other kind of treatment has failed try this new approach combining the amazing benefits of Muscle Activation with the best of traditional physio techniques. Everyone is different and any physiotherapists’ or sports therapists’ treatment should be tailored accordingly. Every person is different. Every condition is different. At Swindon Sports Therapy we adapt our treatment to get the best possible result for you. Click the links for further information on some of the conditions we can help with:

From the Blog – latest info from the world of Physiotherapy and Sports Therapy

Progressive Sports Therapy Influences

Our Progressive Sports Therapy has evolved as a result of our constant drive to better serve you our clients and give you better results. Over 14 years of practical experience and tireless research into the world of Physiotherapy, Sports Therapy has lead to our uniquely progressive treatments. Underpinned by the simple desire to improve the quality of life for the people of Swindon. The pioneering combination influences we use come from doctors, physiotherapists, osteopaths and sports masseurs around the world. We’d like to thank them for their inspiration:

NOI Group

World Leaders in understanding Pain Science

Dr Ida Rolf

Years ahead of the rest of the Physiotherapy world in understanding the complexities of the human body

Anatomy Trains

Dr Thomas Myers – Pioneer in our understanding of all things Myofascial

British Journal Of Sports Medicine

Keeping us up to date with the latest research from Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine