‘We are an established Private Practice Physiotherapy clinic in the heart of Nuneaton helping people of Coventry and North Warwickshire. We pride ourselves on giving the best physiotherapy treatments available, including manual therapy and the clinic thrives on personal recommendations from previous clients’. Our practitioners have various treatment techniques available to them and after a systematic review will offer their suggested solutions such as electrotherapy, needling, kinesiology information on these treatments and therapies can be found on our website. Alison and Catherine can treat all areas of musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and can also provide acupuncture treatment.
When are we open?
Our clinic hours are designed to fit in around your busy lifestyle, with daytime and evening appointments available most days, and weekend appointments also available. If you have a preferred Therapist just let us know and we will find an appointment to suit.
Who we work with?
Our Therapists work with a number of different health professionals including NHS liaising with GP’s, Consultants, Radiologists, Podiatrists and Exercise Consultants providing musculoskeletal physical therapy at different times within our clinics. With your consent, we can discuss your condition with them. We can also refer for private investigations if needed such as MRI scans, Ultrasound and X-rays.
Are you fit to work?
Our Accredited Physical therapist Practitioners are able to liaise with your occupational health and employers regarding workplace advice and plans for returning to work.
Abbey Physiotherapy provides Physical therapists delivering Private Physiotherapy services to the people of North Warwickshire and beyond. Our Physiotherapist team are trained to identify Physical Symptoms of Neurological Problems and we have specialists dedicated to physical rehabilitation from a sports injury,
Alison is one of the 2 Directors of Abbey Physiotherapy with a special interest in Sports injuries. She is a keen Triathlon competitor, who has also recently undertaken a gruelling 10Km outdoor swim for charity! She has links to the Triathlon group, masters swimming group and also Nuneaton Rugby Club. Alison belongs to a sporty family - she is married with 3 children who enjoy active holidays and the British countryside. Alison is always up for a challenge - so feel free to ask away!
Catherine is one of the directors of Abbey Physiotherapy, who has a special interest in Spinal Complaints and Scoliosis in adolescents.
She is married with a young daughter who has just started school. She enjoys family life and is a chilled out character who loves Christmas and the Great British Bake off! Her favourite places to visit are St Ives in Cornwall, and Centre Parcs!
Sandra has a specialism in Low Back Pain and is experienced in all areas of musculoskeletal Physiotherapy including sports injuries and spinal conditions we treat all areas including MSK and Acupuncture.
Kate joined the Abbey Physiotherapy team in Oct 2019 and has been a great asset to the clinic. She hope to complete her acupuncture training soon to add this to her extensive list of other treatment techniques.
Dan is the newest member of our team, having joined us in October 2015, but he has settled in very well and is now part of the furniture! Dan qualified from Coventry University in July 2006, and has also been working at South Warwickshire NHS foundation trust since October 2006. He has a keen interest in sports injuries, and pre/post operative rehabilitation of the shoulder, hip, knee and foot/ankle. He is married to Amy and has a young son.
Abbey Physiotherapy Clinic Abbey Physiotherapy is accredited to the Physical Therapy Association with treatments including patient education, exercise therapy working to develop specific exercise programs which improve mobilisation and improve your range of motion. We have an online booking system to book an initial appointment at one of our physiotherapy clinics. Then through a period of physiotherapy and rehabilitation services, we can reduce pain and improve wellbeing.