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Back Pain

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So What Causes Back Pain?

There are more causes of back pain than you would be able to count, but most of them ARE treatable.

We used to think back pain was always due to damaged structures in your back through either injury or ‘wear and tear’; however, recent studies have shown that this isn’t necessarily the case! Some people have a completely ‘normal’ looking back (as observed on an MRI scan… yet still have terrible back pain. Equally, some people have backs that look really painful on a scan… yet have no pain!

We now know that the brain has a large role to play in how we feel back pain, especially for people who have suffered for a long time. However, for most people, muscle tightness, stiff joints in the back and disc problems are the underlying cause of their back pain.

It is also true that it is difficult to know who to believe when listening to advice for your back. If you asked your well-meaning family members and friends for advice, you’d likely get many different suggestions for how to help your back… with a lot of them being completely contradictory!

Usually, the underlying cause of back pain isn’t serious – but it can be stubborn to get rid of without the right kind of help.

How Can We Help You Get Better?

COVID-19 Update: Clinic Remains open for Face to Face appointments as well as virtual appointments.

Why choose us? 

All of our physiotherapists are registered members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), so you can be assured you are receiving the best treatment from highly qualified experts.

Your first appointment includes a thorough assessment where we'll identify the cause of your problem and explain how we're going to help. Our treatment plans, which are tailored to your specific needs, have been proven to deliver real results.

Our Physiotherapists are trained in the referral and interpretation of musculoskeletal imaging (X-ray, MRI, Ultrasound) and can refer to local private hospitals.


Physiotherapy Assessment 60 minutes: £48

Physiotherapy Treatment 30 minutes: £44

We also have concessions for students, under 18s, NHS and employees of our Corporate Partners.

Infinity Physio is also accredited by most major insurance providers.

We politely ask that fees are settled after each visit.

We advise patients that for cancellations within 24hrs we charge 50% of treatment fees.

We are proud to be charted members of the following professional associations

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