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Physiotherapists in Exeter

There are 4 registered physiotherapists within the local Exeter area. Clinic details below:

First Physio

Location : Fitness First, Tudor Street, EX4 3BR

Description : First Physio are a dedicated physiotherapy practise based at Fitness First in Exeter.

Specialities : NA

First Physio

 

Neil Davey Physiotherapy

Location : St. Leonards Medical Practice, Athelstan Road, EX1 1SB

Description : Neil Davey is an expert in the assessment, treatment and management of musculoskeletal conditions, especially back and neck pain. Neil focusses on the optimum outcome for minimum treatment and will teach you how to manage your own problems.

Specialities : Low back pain, neck pain, knee pain, shoulder pain, sciatica, sports injuries.

Neil Davey Physiotherapy

 

Jill Amohia Physiotherapy Woodbury

Location: Woodbury Park Golf & Country Club, Woodbury Castle, EX5 1JJ

Description: Jill Amohia Physiotherapy provides a friendly and caring approach to effective treatment, rehabilitation and advise on preventing re-injury. The clinic benefits from easy access with free parking. Home visits available.

Specialities: Back and Neck pain and stiffness All Sporting Injuries Repetitive/Overuse injuries Rehabilitation after Surgery Arthritic pain Headaches Recovery from Broken Bones Whiplash Injuries Sprains and Strains eg: tennis elbow and sprained ankles

Jill Amohia Physiotherapy Woodbury

 

Ocean Physio and Rehab

Location: Woodbury Business Park, Woodbury, EX5 1AY

Description: Ocean Physio and Rehab have a team of expert physiotherapists who provide an individual, caring and professional service treating acute and chronic injuries. They operate from a purpose built practice with specialised rehabilitation area for individual/group rehab. Practice benefits from excellent access with free parking available. Two satellite clinics operate from Lympstone and Clyst St Mary.

Specialities: Specialists in treating all musculo-skeletal conditions, Diagnostic Imaging (ultrasound) from Consultant Radiologist, Clinical pilates (Pilates Plus), Acupuncture, Ergonomics,Sports Massage (including training massge, pre/post event), Massage therapy, Occupational Health assessments, Podiatry,Personal Training

Ocean Physio and Rehab

 

Body Mechanics Physiotherapy

Location: Holmedale Health, 34 Denmark Road, EX1 1SE

Description: Sports & Orthopaedic Specialist Mr Michael Otto MCSP, SOM offers a friendly and caring service that will help you to get to the bottom of your problems. Immediate pain management with hands on manual therapy. An approach to resolve to chronic and recurring problems through improving posture and quality of movement, often using pilates, Alexander and Feldenkrais method.

Specialities: Running related problems, biomechanical assessment, back pain, neck pain, headaches,knee and hip arthritis(awaiting replacement operation?) and all other orthopaedic and sports injuries.

Body Mechanics Physiotherapy

 

Jill Amohia Physiotherapy

Location: The Limes Surgery, Church Stile, EX6 8DF

Description: Jill Amohia Physiotherapy provides a friendly and caring approach to effective treatment, rehabilitation and advise on preventing re-injury. The clinic benefits from easy access with free parking. Home visits available.

Specialities: Back and Neck pain and stiffness All Sporting Injuries Repetitive/Overuse injuries Rehabilitation after Surgery Arthritic pain Headaches Recovery from Broken Bones Whiplash Injuries Sprains and Strains eg: tennis elbow and sprained ankles

Jill Amohia Physiotherapy

 

In addition to physiotherapists, you will also find 6 osteopaths in Exeter and no local chiropractors in Exeter.

Alternatively, if you need any vocational physiotherapy rehabilitation you may wish to visit the Overland Health website.

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