The Medical located at 3 The Square, Bristol BS1 6DG, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0117 244 4540

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James Hughes

5 Google Rating

I had an out of the blue flare up of my knee which was really painful and would impact my work/sport

5/ 5

I had an out of the blue flare up of my knee which was really painful and would impact my work/sport. Greg treated me and was amazing from start to finish. With only just 1 session, I was back jogging within 3 days. I really cannot believe it. Greg is also easy to talk to, it’s not just about physio; he takes into account your general health and well-being.. I think I’ve found something really good.

Saori Murakami

5 Google Rating

I had a massage in The Medical Temple Quay, and I am satisfied with the very attentive massage by Ch

5/ 5

I had a massage in The Medical Temple Quay, and I am satisfied with the very attentive massage by Chris. He not only did an effective massage but also gave me good advice of how to stretch my back and neck muscle on a daily basis. The staff in the branch is also helpful and friendly.

Keung Kau

5 Google Rating

Highly recommended for sports massage and therapy, Amy is knowledgeable and delivers quality deep ti

5/ 5

Highly recommended for sports massage and therapy, Amy is knowledgeable and delivers quality deep tissue massage , definitely worth booking if you play sports or train regularly.

Bri-Anna Edwardine

3 Google Rating

I went for a massage. The masseuse was friendly but rather abrupt and didn't have. good people skill

3/ 5

I went for a massage. The masseuse was friendly but rather abrupt and didn't have. good people skills. It wasn't a friendly theraputic atmosphere. I felt quite rushed at the end to get ready. Also I asked her to concentrate on three areas but she only did two. However quality of the massage was good. The receptionist was rude and abrupt. I don't think I'd use again. Rather go somewhere where i don't feel like I'm on a conveyor belt.

Christopher Peerman

3 Google Rating

I was having physio which went fairly well, though my insurance company kept calling me as they were

3/ 5

I was having physio which went fairly well, though my insurance company kept calling me as they weren't being sent required updates from The Medical. Towards the end of my treatment I was told I could email them for advice but I never got a single reply so eventually I just gave up.

Alison Bellringer

5 Google Rating

I had the pleasure of meeting Emily yesterday who gave me, without any doubt, the best massage I've

5/ 5

I had the pleasure of meeting Emily yesterday who gave me, without any doubt, the best massage I've ever had in my life. I explained my issues (most of which were the result of two RTAs within a short time) and let Emily do her magic. I can honestly say that I can now move parts of my body for the first time! I can highly recommend Emily - she most definitely knows what she is doing.

Boudica H

5 Google Rating

I went in for a free initial assessment and was very impressed with Physiotherapist Michael and stud

5/ 5

I went in for a free initial assessment and was very impressed with Physiotherapist Michael and student Physio Tommy. They were both so professional, took a lot of time and care in diagnosing my problem areas and provided a very detailed assessment. Michael had a very good knowledge on the matter which made me feel at ease and reassured. I have since booked on-going treatment and am very happy with the improvement I'm seeing with these sessions.

Michael Crawford

4 Google Rating

Thank you for the great service.

4/ 5

Thank you for the great service.

tess dors

1 Google Rating

Attended this evening and arrived at the medical to be told I did not have an appointment today. Thi

1/ 5

Attended this evening and arrived at the medical to be told I did not have an appointment today. This was my error however, the receptionist was very rude and non sympathetic to the fact it was a mistake and I was told "we don't even have appointments this time of the evening (18:15) not person-centred approach and attitude with me as eager to finish her shift. Made me wait outside. Clearly I am in pain. Cancelled the appointment for this Monday coming and will go to another chiropractor instead

maria parasxaki

5 Google Rating

Im attending for physiotherapy (temple Quay) ,very pleased so far with my recovery ,very friendly a

5/ 5

Im attending for physiotherapy (temple Quay) ,very pleased so far with my recovery ,very friendly atmosphere from my physiotherapist, the clinic is clean and also easy to access with train temple meads its right next to it

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