Manual Therapy

  • Mobilisations  – Using hand pressure to move the joint through its full achievable range of movement. Your therapist will decide on how this should be administered and graded based on pain, inflammation and stage of healing.
  • Manipulations – A faster hand pressure movement where the joint is pushed to its end range at a speed. Especially effective for joint stiffness.

Rehabilitation and Exercise Therapy

  • Exercise – Clinic based and home exercise programmes are tailored to each individuals needs in order to rehabilitate the injured structure and improve function. These may include simple exercises and progression onto using gym apparatus and small equipment.
  • Postural Re -education – A combination of advice and exercise in order to improve postural awareness and minimise problems arising from poor posture. A good injury prevention strategy for all!
  • Group / Occupational Health Education workshops and ergonomics – Our Physiotherapists have a keen interest in improving Occupational Health and are willing to visit local businesses on request to offer their workforce advice, guidance and education about workplace stressors to health to improve the ergonomics of the workplace and employees postural habits in order to aim to prevent work related sickness and absence. We are also happy to support employers in employees rehabilitation on graded return to work programmes using Physiotherapy knowledge, interventions and risk assessment.

***Agile Physiotherapy Ltd are offering local businesses discounted rates for Occupational Physiotherapy services as business Physiotherapy providers***

  • Home visits – Our Physiotherapists are happy to assess and treat clients at home who may not be well enough or able to access our clinic facilities.


  • Sports Massage / Deep tissue massage  – To help alleviate muscle stiffness and improve flexibility and function
  • Remedial Massage
  • Relaxing massage – To help alleviate stress
  • Trigger point therapy  / Muscle energy techniques – Applying prolonged pressure to pressure points whereby compression can help alleviate muscle spasm, tension and pain.

Pilates / Back Care one to one sessions

  • Pilates is a body conditioning routine that may help build flexibility, muscle strength, and endurance in the legs, abdominals, arms, hips, and back. It puts emphasis on spinal and pelvic alignment, breathing, and developing a strong core or center, and improving coordination and balance. Pilates’ system allows for different exercises to be modified in range of difficulty from beginning to advanced. Intensity can be increased over time as the body conditions and adapts to the exercises.
  • Pilates has been found to be especially effective in the prevention of lower back pain and helpful for people who have suffered previous lower back pain.

Charlotte Brookes is trained in accredited ‘APPI’ Matwork Pilates (Australian Institute of Physiotherapy and Pilates) and can teach clients these techniques on a one to one basis in clinic or at home.

  • Back care sessions – Focussing on some of the principles of Pilates but incorporating individualised tailoring to suit all abilities.

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Agile Physiotherapy LTD
Harper's Mill
White Cross Industrial Estate
South Rd



Phone: 07920 260105