The Yorkshire Clinic Physiotherapy Department
is dedicated to providing a professional and friendly service for
all our patients. Our aim is to help you return to your work, sport
and leisure activities as soon as possible.
After a full assessment we can combine an
extensive range of treatments with a self-help and education
programme to provide you with a complete package of care.
All our physiotherapists are Chartered and
State Registered with some having specialist extended
qualifications. We are recognised by all major insurance
companies and have very competitive self pay packages for non
We can offer:
- A progressive therapeutic environment with
state of the art equipment
- One to one patient care with the same
therapist at each session Flexible appointment
- Early morning and evening appointments
- Male and female therapists
- A relaxed and friendly environment
Our comprehensive range of services
- Acupuncture for back and neck pain
- A specialist therapist in manipulation for
neck and back problems
- Treatment for general sprains,
strains, arthritic and rheumatic
A Sports Injury Service
- Injury diagnosis and rehabilitation
- Cybex Isokinetic testing to measure strength
- A specialist sports bracing service
- A well equipped gymnasium with treadmill,
cross trainer and Wii fit
A Headache Service which
- Help identify and assess the causes
- Reduce the pain with acupuncture and
- Teach you self help and stress management
- Advise you on work related ergonomic issues
including computer work
A Women’s Health and Men’s Continence
- Continence advice and treatment for both
women and men with
options for bio feedback and dynamic ultrasound
- Pelvic floor rehabilitation following
gynaecological and prostate
- For balance and dizziness problems
- To strengthen and mobilise after
- Hip and knee replacement surgery
- Shoulder surgery
- Other orthopaedic conditions and sports
- To improve
- Posture and movement
- Mobility and flexibility
- Muscle strength and stamina
- Pelvic floor function
Treatments for Respiratory
By teaching breathing and relaxation
techniques we can help with breathing difficulties. A graded
exercise programme can then be taught to improve general fitness.
We can help patients with
- Chronic Bronchitis
- Chronic Hyperventilation Syndrome
Our Lymphoedema Service
Patients with a damaged tissue fluid drainage
system in their arm or leg after major surgery or trauma can
- A full assessment
- Education and self help strategies
- A measurement service for compression
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to be referred by a
If you are covered by Private Healthcare
Insurance you need to call your company’s help line to check
whether you need a letter from your GP or Consultant.
Can I self refer?
Patients who are paying for their treatment
can self refer.
How do I pay?
We accept all major credit and debit cards as
well as payment by cheque.
How long is a treatment
Your first appointment will take up to a
maximum of one hour. During this session you will undergo a
full assessment as well as your first treatment. Follow up
sessions will last up to half an hour.
When are you open?
We are open during the following hours
8am – 5.00pm
Wednesday 8am –
Thursday 8am –
8am – 5.00pm
The latest any new appointments are booked is
one hour before we close and follow up appointments half an hour
before. Early morning and evening appointments are very
popular so early booking is essential to get your preferred
How often do I have to come for
This will be decided by your therapist and you
and will be discussed as part of your treatment plan. If your
problem is very acute then you may need to come more frequently at
first. Once the problem is starting to settle and resolve
then you will be able to come less frequently providing you are
following your home exercise and advice plan.
Do I have to come on the same day and
time every week?
No. You can flex your appointments to
suit your and your physiotherapist’s diary. You can book one at a
time or several depending on your preference. Remember the early
and late appointments are very popular.
What happens if I don’t
We require 24 hours notice for cancelled
appointments otherwise you will be charged the full rate for the
What should I wear?
This depends on the area to be treated.
As part of the assessment the physiotherapist will want to examine
the area thoroughly. Clothing needs to be easy to remove or loose
enough to expose the area. Sometimes we will want to see the
area above and below the problem e.g. if it’s your shoulder we will
look at your neck and your elbow. If you are unsure please
ask when you book your appointment.
Can I bring someone with
You are more than welcome to bring a chaperone
with you. If you have a preference you can also request
either a male or female physiotherapist. All children under the age
of thirteen must have a parent or guardian with them.
My physiotherapist has used some
specialist tape on my leg. Can I buy some more from
We have an extensive range of tapes, splints
and light equipment which is for sale and can be bought on the
day. If you require a specialist item then we can source and
order this for you. This may take up to a week depending on
For more information or to book an
appointment please contact the Physiotherapy Department on 01274