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Claer Turner

5 Google Rating

I saw Katy Young for several sessions. The initial assessment was very thorough and I found it very

5/ 5

I saw Katy Young for several sessions. The initial assessment was very thorough and I found it very reassuring that she could identify the problem , more accurately than my GP had done. She recommended a progressive set of exercises that were easy to do and keep up. Katy is very friendly and easy to talk to. Thoroughly recommend her.

Joel Laird

5 Google Rating

Thanks so much for your help and advice Chris. You’ve been very informative, positive and reassuri

5/ 5

Thanks so much for your help and advice Chris. You’ve been very informative, positive and reassuring. I really appreciate it.

Michelle Lancaster

5 Google Rating

I’ve been seeing Chris for a few sessions now. The best physio I’ve ever been too. Very honest,

5/ 5

I’ve been seeing Chris for a few sessions now. The best physio I’ve ever been too. Very honest, listens and helps build your confidence back up with injuries. Highly recommend him! I just needed to add to this previous review, Chris has worked with me with my fibromyalgia symptoms and uses a completely safe and knowledgeable way of dealing with these. I really do recommend you chat with him about any concerns because he gives you mental and physical support!

Rosie Pankhurst

5 Google Rating

I saw Katie when I was struggling to get a diagnosis on my symptoms, and she was brilliant. So helpf

5/ 5

I saw Katie when I was struggling to get a diagnosis on my symptoms, and she was brilliant. So helpful and supportive - she took me seriously and actually listened to me, which was more then my GP had done! She gave me simple exercises to help improve my strength, and talked me through everything very clearly. Would definitely recommend!

Clare Edwards

5 Google Rating

I saw Katy Young who helped me from the point of so much pain that I couldn't sleep or function to w

5/ 5

I saw Katy Young who helped me from the point of so much pain that I couldn't sleep or function to walking without a limp with my osteoarthritis of my hip. The explanations and advice on pain management and exercise regime improved my pain significantly but deep tissue massage was the turning point in my rehabilitation. I cannot thank Katy enough for her patience and her facilitating care.

H A

5 Google Rating

Ive seen Stuart and most of his team for all manner of injuries over the last 15 years. They are not

5/ 5

Ive seen Stuart and most of his team for all manner of injuries over the last 15 years. They are not just physios and osteopaths, but healers. Extremely professional and very friendly, on some occasions, painful injuries have vanished after just one or two sessions.

Anonymous User

5 Google Rating

I have suffered from post viral fatigue syndrome and was bedridden for several months. Katie (my the

5/ 5

I have suffered from post viral fatigue syndrome and was bedridden for several months. Katie (my therapist) has been exccellent and helped tremendously with my recovery to get me back on my feet, and Jo (the office manager) has also been great and very responsive over email. Highly recommended!

aaron taghdiri

5 Google Rating

I can't recommend Physioimpulse (at Phase 1) and Stuart Galise enough. I had severe issues with my k

5/ 5

I can't recommend Physioimpulse (at Phase 1) and Stuart Galise enough. I had severe issues with my knee and I confidently say that i would not be even close to my current level of mobility if it wasn’t for Stuart. Great knowledge and great treatment, thank you very much!

TheLukeguy7

5 Google Rating

Nigel Farrerlly treated my neck and shoulder and hip due to pain and tightness from tennis gym and w

5/ 5

Nigel Farrerlly treated my neck and shoulder and hip due to pain and tightness from tennis gym and work posture, he treatment was absolutely excellent, I felt in far less pain when I left and his knowledge and aftercare recommendations were also top class. Also just a top bloke. Highly highly recommend. I’ve played sport to a good level all my life and not come across any physio/osteopaths as knowledgeable and good as Nigel.

kate glass

5 Google Rating

Good advice and treatment, delivered by a delightful person; I can't recommend Katie enough.

5/ 5

Good advice and treatment, delivered by a delightful person; I can't recommend Katie enough.

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