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At Peak Wellbeing, our chartered physiotherapists are the experts in the treatment and prevention of physical issues resulting from injury, illness, disability and ageing.


Our physiotherapy treatment focuses on restoring your movement and function to help you enjoy the best health possible. 


At our Nottinghamshire physiotherapy clinic, we cater for all ages & complaints ranging from difficulties in movement around the house to professional sports injuries and injury prevention.


All of our chartered physiotherapists have all been qualified for at least 10 years. They have a wealth of expertise, with experience in a variety of fields.

Some of the type of problems physiotherapy can help with include:


  • Sports injuries

  • Running injuries

  • Back pain/Sciatica

  • Neck & Shoulder Pain

  • Joint pain and stiffness

  • Arthritis

  • Hip & Knee pain

  • Ankle pain and injuries

  • Tennis elbow

  • Healthy living advice

  • Persistent / chronic pain

Physio assessment and treatment at Nottingham Best Physio clinic

Physiotherapy for Sporting Injuries

Physiotherapy for sports injuries specialises on the diagnosis and treatment of muscle, joint and nerve problems caused by practising a sport or exercising. Sports injuries we can treat include:

  • Tendon, ligament and muscle injuries and muscle imbalance

  • Hip, knee, ankle and foot pain

  • Shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand pain

  • Back pain and injuries

  • Conditions such as Tennis/Golfer’s elbow and Achilles issues

  • Repetitive strain or over-use injuries

  • Post-fracture rehabilitation

  • Post-operative rehabilitation e.g. cruciate ligament repair, arthroscopy, Achilles rupture

Physiotherapy for Disability


Physiotherapy is important for children and adults with physical disabilities to maintain functional ability and limit contractures (limited muscle length).

Treatment at our Nottingham physiotherapy practice may include exercises on how to increase or maintain:

  • Mobility, such as walking or standing without an aid

  • The length of tightened muscles

  • The range of movement of your joints

  • Stamina and exercise tolerance, which can also help to reduce fatigue.

Your Peak Wellbeing physiotherapist may also provide training and advice on:

  • Balance to help improve confidence and reduce the risk of falling

  • How to position your body to achieve the best posture possible throughout the day

  • Equipment to achieve improved posture


Physiotherapy treatment will help you live the best life possible by maximising your potential. It can help you to maintain and, where possible, improve your functional abilities.

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