Physiotherapy is the assessment and treatment of conditions through physical means. Injury, accident, stresses, strains and illness can take their toll on the body.


As a result the body’s physical, emotional and psychological functions can become impaired, resulting in a limitation of normal function.


A Physiotherapist aims to prevent disability and to improve the health of the patient and get them back to their optimum levels of health.


Our approach is very ‘hands on’ using proven techniques to assist in recovery for injury and overuse. This includes; joint mobilisation, joint manipulation, deep tissue massage, trigger point release, muscle energy techniques, functional exercise, muscle stretches, acupuncture (needle or no needles; lazer and electro) and ultrasound.

At the Centre the two Physiotherapists offer a Specialist Service for treatment of patients with ME/CFS:


Gail – Her specialism is in integrative treatment for ME/CFS (Myalgic Enchephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) PVFS (Post Viral Fatigue Syndrome) and other associates complex chronic health conditions.

This was stemmed from being diagnosed with ME/CFS herself in 2000. She has done many talks in this field, trained other practitioners and has done published research in the field of ME/CFS.

Sylveen – Sylveen has a specialist interest in ME/CFS, and is the Perrin Technique registered practitioner for West Yorkshire. Sylveen’s specialist interest in this field stems from living with someone with ME/CFS for over 12 years.

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If you require any more information on any of our therapies please contact us on
01942 841088