Welcome to Ipswich Physiotherapy
Welcome to Ipswich Physiotherapy. We are a private physiotherapy clinic based in the south of Ipswich (on the same site as Suffolk food hall) placing us in an ideal location from south & central Ipswich, Wherstead, Wolverston, Chelmondiston, Holbrook and the surrounding areas. We offer physiotherapy treatments for all musculoskeletal conditions including (but not limited to): back pain, knee pain, shoulder pain, neck pain and sports injuries.
Please take a moment to have a look around our site and check out our clinic. Feel free to contact us with any questions you may have, alternatively, if you would like to book an appointment you can check out our availability online and book here.
About Ipswich Physiotherapy
Established by Stephen Batchelor in 2018, Ipswich Physiotherapy is an expansion of Colchester Physiotherapy, and is located within CrossFit Orwell. We offer a wide range of treatments for all musculoskeletal conditions with a very hands-on approach.
At Ipswich Physiotherapy our ethos is movement. All the techniques that we use are aimed at getting you to move more effectively without pain.
Current research all points towards movement and strengthening as the most effective treatment for pain and injury and so this is a key part of what we do. Our location within a gym gives us the ideal environment to provide you with the most effective, up to date, evidence-based physiotherapy treatment.
Ground floor private treatment room with easy access
Plenty of on-site parking
Dedicated waiting area
Access to fully equipped gym
What is physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy is a medical profession that looks to restore movement and function when someone is affected by pain, injury, illness or disability.
People can benefit from physiotherapy at any time in their life, from infancy through to childhood, adolescence, adulthood and old age. Physiotherapists have such a diverse skillset that they can help people with pain, injury, sports performance, general wellbeing and lifestyle along with management of long term conditions and disabilities.
Some of the more common areas in which physiotherapist work are:
Musculoskeletal (areas such as pain, injury, trauma, arthritis, work related issues & sports performance)
Neurological (conditions such stroke, Parkinson's, multiple sclerosis)
Paediatric (from infancy through to adolescence, including child development and growth related issues)
Cardiovascular & respiratory (conditions such as chronic heart disease, asthma, COPD and cystic fibrosis)