Largest Physiotherapy Clinic in Rugby

Rugby Physio is the largest Private Physiotherapy Clinic in Rugby, with a team of 5 Chartered Professionals and Podiatrists. We have been established for over 28 years and have treated over 9,500 patients from the Warwickshire area and beyond. The practice has expanded during this time, working closely with Rugby school and alongside Orthotika chiropody and podiatry service who have joined us at the clinic.

We treat all of our patients in line with our Quality Policy, which has been reviewed and accredited by BUPA and The Organisation of Physiotherapists in Private Practice (PhysioFirst). This quality policy meets all of the Physiotherapy Standards and Codes of Conduct laid out by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.

We are recognised by all major insurance companies and have accounts with many others. In the unlikely event that we do not have an account with your individual insurer, we are usually able to set one up quickly and easily so that your treatment is not delayed.

We have well established relationships with local hospitals, GPs and many of the consultants who practice in Warwickshire, Leicestershire and Northamptonshire. We are regularly used by solicitors for insurance claim treatment and also by some of the larger businesses in the area to help their staff quickly return to work following an injury.

What is Physiotherapy?

A Physiotherapist is a health professional who completes an undergraduate degree and further post graduate training in the diagnosis, treatment & rehabilitation of musculoskeletal conditions. Physiotherapists are fully autonomous practitioners who assess and treat people who have any injury, disease or problem that relates to muscles, tendons, joints, bones and nerves. 

 

Physiotherapy is a non-invasive therapy suitable for all ages, that addresses pain, weakness or stiffness due to injury, illness, operation or misuse. Physiotherapy acts as an adjunct to surgery and specialises in non-operative treatments & management by using exercise, hands on therapy, injection therapies, behaviour & lifestyle change. The aim is to help patients become more active and mobile in daily life; helping them regain movement after an injury. 

Our highly trained physiotherapists believe in a thorough examination to establish a diagnosis. We will then treat you holistically, looking at the impact and root cause of your issue. Following this, we will provide the best treatment plan and outcome for your problem. 

 

You will always be given advice and exercises (where appropriate) to help you to manage and prevent recurrence of your problem – as much as we would love to see you again, we believe in providing you with the tools to enable you to manage your symptoms. 

 

If required, our Physiotherapists can refer you to other services as appropriate, recommend joint injections and recommend further investigations such as blood tests, X-rays, Ultrasound scans and MRI.