Group Exercise Classes are a safe and effective way to help patients recover. Exercising in a group environment i.e with other people with the same or similar condition provides:

  • Exercises which are specific to a patient’s condition
  • Exercises set at the right intensity for an individual
  • A Physiotherapist on hand to field any questions or concerns
  • Encouragement and support from other patients in a similar situation
  • Education about specific conditions, managing symptoms and the benefits of exercising
  • The overall physical and psychological benefits of being more active


The exercises in a class are prescribed and performed for various reasons including strengthening muscles, improving the cardiovascular system and developing or maintaining physical skills like balance. Our physiotherapists are experts in prescribing the right exercises to resolve various problems e.g low back pain, early OA etc.

What is involved?

  • 1 class per week over a 6 week period led by one of our physiotherapists
  • Over the 6 weeks, the exercise will gradually increase but we will help you pace this
  • Each class will last 1 hour but everyone tends to start at slightly different levels

Group Exercise Classes are delivered on a rolling program so patients can access them at any time. All we ask is for patients to be able to commit to a regular time every week to benefit from the classes.


We deliver a range of NHS Physical (Musculoskeletal) Health services

Physio Direct

Telephone Triage is rapid access to a telephone advice service, operated remotely by specially-trained Chartered Physiotherapists. It is available to patients 52 weeks a year, including evenings.

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Physiotherapy Services

Physiotherapy is a therapeutic health profession concerned with improving the way you move and enhancing your quality of life, by giving you the most suitable treatment for an injury or condition.

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Health and Wellbeing Programs

Our health and wellbeing programme is divided into three sections to address the three aspects of health and wellbeing (physical, psychological and social wellbeing).

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MCATS stands for Musculoskeletal Clinical Assessment and Treatment Service. It is provided as part of an overall Musculoskeletal Pathway and effectively screens patients so they can be seen by the right clinician/service at the right time.

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Podiatry, also known as Chiropody, is a health profession that deals with the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of medical and surgical conditions that occur in the feet and lower legs.

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