New Therapies Available! 

We are very happy to announce a range of NEW therapies available at Brighton Physiotherapy Clinic!

We now have a full and extensive Women’s and Men’s Health Service available with highly trained and experienced physiotherapist, for conditions such as ante & post-natal pains, menopausal problems, pelvic pains & disorders with our resident physiotherapist Annabel Pelham

Our Acupuncturist Justine Dennett will now be extending the services she offers at the clinic.

As well as holistic acupuncture, she will now be offering Cupping treatments for pain, muscular tightness and relaxation of the body.

COMING SOON!

She will also now be offering more cosmetic treatments, both facial cupping and facial acupuncture for a non-surgical face-lift, diminishing fine lines and deep set wrinkles, for noticeably invigorated and more youthful looking skin. These treatments are safe, with no side effects or recovery time. 

Please call or email the clinic if you are unable to book any of these treatments online, as we are currently updating the website.

info@brightonphysio.co.uk

01273 621248

 Regular Evening & Saturday Appointments Now Available!

Please call 01273 621248 or Online Booking for availability

 


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, an acupuncturist & pilates instructor, 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.

Both clinics in Kemptown, Brighton & Tredcroft Road, Hove are wheelchair accessible.

                              

 

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Physiotherapy

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.

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Women’s Health Physiotherapy

Our Women’s Health physiotherapist, Annabel Pelham is experienced in treating women with a range of conditions that can effect women throughout their lives. These can be brought on during pregnancy, postnatally, during menopause and post menopause. From incontinence to vaginal pain, prolapse to pelvic floor conditions, there is growing evidence that physiotherapy can alleviate, and in many cases cure these symptoms.

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Men’s Health Physiotherapy

Men’s Health Physiotherapy Men’s Health Physiotherapy covers all areas of treatment relating to incontinence, overactive bladder, bowel dysfunction and pelvic pain. These issues can be life changing and debilitating. Many […]

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Bladder & Bowel Health

We are pleased to now be able to refer to Bladder & Bowel Health services run by Trisha Muella, a highly experienced physiotherapist in this area.
Unfortunately, these issues affect many individuals but due to the fact these problems are not openly talked about by men or women, it has become an embarrassing topic leading to many people not seeking help. This will then significantly affect a persons life & well being. This does not need to be the case as often, a lot of these problems can be helped with physiotherapy treatment.

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Vestibular Rehab

Vestibular rehabilitation is a treatment for a range of disorders that cause dizziness and balance problems. One of the most common disorders is one that effects the inner ear, causing intense dizziness on certain head and neck movements. This disorder is known as BPPV (Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo). 

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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.

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Acupuncture

Acupuncture is one of the oldest forms of medicine, being first recorded over 3,000 years ago and is an applied medicine that works with the body to restore health.

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Facial Acupuncture

Acupuncture has been around for thousands of years and although relatively new to the West, the Chinese has been using facial acupuncture to combat signs of ageing and help with various conditions for years.

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Cupping

Cupping therapy is an effective treatment for improving blood flow, regenerating tissue with increased oxygen and nutrient supply to the cells by boosting blood circulation to areas of the body.

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Facial Cupping

Facial cupping is a natural non-invasive face-lift! It can help to reduce puffiness, soften wrinkles and promote collagen as well as reducing stress and tension to the face, head and neck.

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Physio Yoga 1:1

Yoga is a system of physical exercises and breathing control, which are designed to increase both strength and stability while adopting specific bodily postures. There is also an emphasis on focusing the mind. Claire Powell is a physiotherapist with a special interest in combining anatomical and biomechanical knowledge with Yoga therapy.

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Work Assessments

Whether you work at home or at a desk in an office environment, our therapists are able to come and assess your work station set up and advise on possible modifications or equipment to avoid long term repetitive strain injuries or postural aches and pains.

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Find Us

Brighton

104 St Georges Road
Brighton
BN2 1EA

info@brightonphysio.co.uk

Wheelchair Access




Hove

20 Tredcroft Road
Hove
BN3 6UH

info@brightonphysio.co.uk

Wheelchair access
The clinic is attached to a residential house with a green 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