Achilles tendon pain 

Achilles tendon injuries are common and can happen to anyone. They are usually characterised by pain in the tendon when you get up in the morning, when you stand up after sitting down for a long period of time, and also at the start and end of an exercise session. Don’t allow this pain to linger, as we can provide 1:1 physiotherapy. 

Ankle pain 

A sprained ankle can seriously affect how you go about your daily tasks. This commonplace injury occurs when the ankle is twisted and can be quite painful, resulting in swelling and sometimes discoloration of the skin. Our experts can soothe ankle pain through specialist recovery services. 

Anterior knee pain 

Knee pain can be caused by all kinds of things, from sudden movements to gradual wear and tear of the cartilage behind the patella. We see this quite commonly in runners or those that have increased their amount of exercise. Whatever the source of your knee pain, we’re here to lessen it through tailored physiotherapy. 

Golfer's elbow 

Medial epicondylalgia is a bit of a mouthful, which is why it’s more commonly known as golfer’s elbow. However, as with tennis elbow, you don’t have to play the sport to suffer from this condition, as it can be caused by all kinds of repetitive activities such as weight training, lifting heavy objects, throwing a ball for your dog to retrieve and even regular typing at a computer. 

Heel pain 

Your feet have to put up with a lot of weight, movement and pressure over the course of a working week, which is why many people in sectors such as retail and hospitality come to us with heel pain. You may also be experiencing pain at the bottom of your foot; this is known as plantar fasciitis. If you have any kind of discomfort in your heel, feet or legs, we’re here to help. 

Hip pain 

Hip pain is often caused by strained or inflamed soft tissue, which is a common injury during exercise and sports, especially football and rugby. However, hip injuries are also often caused by sudden movements or slips, trips and falls. This kind of pain can be overwhelming, as it extends to the legs, knees, groin and buttocks, so make sure to get in touch ASAP. 

Lower back pain 

A very common injury, lower back pain is experienced by a whopping 80% of people during the course of their lives. Lower back pain is usually a temporary condition, although some people suffer from it on a long-term basis, which can include stiffness, tension, aches and soreness. Whether it’s recently developed or you’ve had it for years, we can help to reduce the effects of back pain. More importantly, we like you to leave with coping strategies, so that you know what to do when your back pain exacerbates. 

Neck and arm pain 

More people than ever before work at desks, which makes neck and arm pain a particularly common complaint. Poor posture, trapped nerves, accidents and overexertion during sports and exercise are also common causes of neck and arm pain, which we can help you to recover from in a stress-free way. 

Tennis elbow 

Lateral epicondylalgia is more commonly known as tennis elbow and can be caused by many types of repetitive movements that involve an extended wrist. Whether you have tennis elbow from painting and decorating, using hand tools, typing at a computer or actually playing tennis, we’re here to speed up your recovery. 

Post-surgical pain 

Anyone who is suffering pain following surgery is encouraged to visit Rehab and Recover for physiotherapy, sports massage, health consultations, and many other rehabilitation practices. We have experience in knee replacements, hip replacements, ACL repairs, meniscus repairs, shoulder replacements, labrum repairs, ankle surgery, Achilles tendon rupture repairs, and the list goes on! 

Shoulder pain 

We come across a lot of impingements, unstable shoulders and ACJ injuries. This is something that we specialise in, working closely with our specialist shoulder consultant, Simon Boyle. If you’re experiencing any kind of shoulder pain, get in touch today. 


A common injury following a car accident, whiplash can result from anything that causes the head to suddenly jolt forward. If you’re suffering from whiplash, get in touch with our team today. 

Muscle tears 

Various muscles can become torn due to overexertion during sport and exercise, whilst at work and even during everyday life. If you’re suffering from a muscle tear, get in touch with our team for tailored advice and support. 

Book an appointment 

Have you sustained any of the above injuries or need help with another type of pain? Get in touch through our contact form and let us know how we can help. 
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