• Welcome to PhysioWork

    Welcome to PhysioWork. We are a team of qualified Physiotherapists having many years of work experience. We are registered with HCPC (Health and Care Professions Council) and are members of CSP (Chartered Society of Physiotherapists) with clinics based in Thetford, Kings Lynn, Norwich and Bury St Edmunds. If you are suffering with an injury, muscle or joint problems, back pain or any range of discomfort, we are here to provide the highest standard of assessment, treatment and advice, utilising the latest techniques and following Evidence Based Practice guidelines using up to date research.

  • Testimonials

  • Pauline SealesPauline Seales
    My husband had a stroke due to an accident and we needed a physiotherapist for him .Which I can say we are very very pleased with ,he is a very nice person and makes you feel at ease, he also explains everything that he is doing and all of the exercises ,and I am pleased to say my husband is making good progress so once again thankyou .
    Alison AlbertAlison Albert
    After a heavy impact crash at Snetterton Racetrack my son received very good treatment with short notice on the same day which helped him to continue racing over the weekend. Very grateful
    Luke StaceyLuke Stacey
    Exeter service, really helped my recovery.
  • My father was having falls at home so I called Physiowork who sent out a Physio to our home. He did a thorough assessment and provided him with a Walking frame and some Balance exercises. Then he visited regularly for 5-6 weeks and my father's balance has improved and is walking safer with walking frame. Thank you!

    Mr Chalfont

  • My orthopedist referred me to physical therapy for bad foot tendinitis and a disc bulge in my lower back. I LOVED going to this clinic. I look forward to my next appointment. You have a great staff and provide a comfortable environment.

    Lisa Blank

  • I had been plagued with lower back pain, and after examining many alternatives and trying innumerable techniques, my friend referred me to Physiotherapy and I am very happy she did. I finally feel relieved!

    Sarah James

  • Physiotherapy, often abbreviated PT, is a health care profession which aims to enhance and restore functional ability and quality of life to those with physical impairments or disabilities.

    Physiotherapists examine each individual and develop a plan using treatment techniques to promote the ability to move, reduce pain, restore function, and prevent disability. In addition, PTs work with individuals to prevent the loss of mobility before it occurs by developing fitness and wellness-oriented programs for healthier and more active lifestyles, providing services to individuals and populations to develop, maintain and restore maximum movement and functional ability throughout the lifespan. Common problems where a Physio can help:

    Upper Limb Problems:
    Shoulder pain, frozen shoulders, tennis elbow.

    Lower Limb Problems:
    Hip, knee, ankle, and foot (e.g. muscle strains, ligament sprains, swollen joints, gait problems). Total Hip and Knee replacements, foot drop.

    Spinal problems of a mechanical nature
    Back pain, Slipped discs, Sciatica, headaches

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  • Latest News

    Physiotherapists from 19 European countries have joined forces to produce evidence-based guidance about the treatment and care of people with Parkinson’s. The European physiotherapy guideline for Parkinson’s disease is the first of its kind. Endorsed by the CSP, it provides recommendations that are applicable to international healthcare systems. The guidance is suitable for physiotherapists [...]

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    Physiotherapists and podiatrists in England are to get the right to prescribe medicines by themselves. Ministers agreed to the change in the law after carrying out a consultation, but it will be 2014 before it is fully rolled out. When physios and podiatrists do start prescribing they will become the first in the world to be given such powers. And it will mean patients do not have to go back to [...]

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