Welcome to Brighton Physio

At Brighton Physiotherapy Clinic we aim to resolve symptoms quickly as well as treating the underlying cause, to offer a complete solution and prevent recurrence of the injury.

We are a team of experienced chartered physiotherapists and osteopaths, with patient care and personal goals as our number one priority.

We offer an unrivalled level of professionalism and will deal with each case on a personal basis to ensure every patient gets the treatment they need.


Physiotherapy helps restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury, illness or disability. Physiotherapists help people affected by injury, illness or disability through movement and exercise, manual therapy, education and advice.



Acupuncture is one of the oldest forms of medicine, being first recorded over 3,000 years ago. Increasingly, many physiotherapists are finding acupuncture an effective complement to their skills as it assists the body to heal itself and it eases pain.
Acupuncture at this clinic is only practised by physiotherapists who are trained to use the strictest hygienic and safe techniques. Only sterile disposable needles are used.


Sports Massage

Sports massage is the use of specific massage techniques to help the body prepare or recover from sporting activity. Some people have sports massage before or after a specific event, some as a regular part of their training programme. The massage is tailored to your requirements but is usually fairly firm and works deeply into areas of tension and trigger points.


Cranial Sacral Therapy

Cranial osteopathy for babies is a very effective form of osteopathy that is suitable for babies of all ages. It can help ease the trauma of birth, giving babies a healthy, happy start in life.

Because it is so gentle and non-invasive, Craniosacral Therapy is suitable for everyone from newborns to the elderly. Mothers and babies often come for problems associated with difficult or traumatic births such as neck tension and to help calm symptoms that can lead to sleepless nights.



Osteopaths frequently work alongside other health professionals, such as GPs, nurses and midwives as well as alternative medical practitioners. Osteopathy works well to complement other medical interventions including surgery and prescribed medication.

Whether you have a back, neck or peripheral joint injury or pain, our osteopath is able to assess, diagnose and treat you. Osteopaths use hands on treatment as well as exercise prescription to rehabilitate you back to good health in a similar way to physiotherapy.



We can help you get over illness and operations with a gradual programme of exercises, advice about what you can and cannot do and hands on treatment where necessary.


Find Us


Suite 4, 34-36 St Georges Road

Please note there is a flight of stairs.


20 Tredcroft Road

Wheelchair access
The clinic is attached to a residential house with a red front door.
The clinic room is located with its own entrance round the right hand side of the house, second door you come to.
Parking is free outside