COVID-19: Our Current Services To You

Are you currently home working when normally you would be office based? Your set up with the display screen equipment that you are working with at home can pose a risk. It is therefore advised that you carry out a basic DSE assessment to minimise this risk (The HSE website has information for you to check your set-up or visit If you are employed, you may be provided with a checklist to complete.

In the event that any initial steps you have put in place still results in discomfort when you are working at your desk we can help. We are offering initial one to one consultations via Zoom or telephone and as Covid restrictions relax we could attend your home and help you directly with the optimum DSE set-up with the equipment you are using.

Also, North Oxford Physiotherapy Clinic is now open and offering clinic appointments. Measures are in place to minimise risk to our clients when attending the clinic. If you would prefer to consult over the telephone/zoom this can also be offered.

You can contact us via our website enquiry form or by telephoning 01869 345354

The Clinic

The Clinic

Physiotherapy plays a key role in achieving pain relief and in promoting healing following injuries to muscles, ligaments, nerves and joints.

Unlike many other therapists, physiotherapists are able to draw upon their knowledge base in order to advise on probable causes of injury and to suggest ways of avoiding future injuries.

At the Oxford Ergonomics clinic just outside Oxford, in the heart of England, you will receive assessments and treatment from a trained and experienced chartered physiotherapist, who will draw upon best practice throughout every stage of the process.

Each person’s problem is addressed individually, combining the latest research and treatment protocols.

Chartered Physiotherapists are registered with the Health Professionals Council and treatment is refundable by all major health insurance companies.

Common conditions treated:

  • Back and neck pain (with or without referred leg or arm pain)
  • Sports injuries
  • Headaches
  • Work related and postural problems
  • Rehabilitation post surgery for orthopaedic conditions or fractures
  • RSI (repetitive strain injury)* or ULD (upper limb disorders)

*RSI is a common condition which can originate from a number of causes. The sufferer may feel the symptoms as aches and pains, swelling, tingling, numbness and even weakness in one or both of the upper limbs.

Contact us now on 01869 345354 or email to find out how we can help you.