We take care to protect the privacy of users of This privacy policy explains how we collect, store and use data about you.

Personal data you submit

When you submit information to us through our contact form(s) within the website you will be asked to submit personal information to us so that we can process your order or respond to your query. We will never use your personal information to send you marketing materials, elecronically, by post or by telephone, unless we have your explicit consent to do so. Your personal information will be kept in compliance with the new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR).


During normal use of we collect and store statistical information to analyse how parts of this website are used. This data is anonymous and contains no personally identifiable data about you. If you disable cookies some functions of the website may no longer work. For more information see our cookies page or use the Cookies Preference tool to adjust the privacy settings to suit.


We may disclose your personal information if we are required by law to do so.

Third Party Services

We will not disclose any personal information we collect about you to a third party without seeking your consent first.

By submitting your personal information through this website, you are consenting to it being processed by in the manner described above.

Further information

If you would like to: access, correct, amend or delete any personal information we have about you, register a complaint, or simply want more information contact our Privacy Compliance Officer using the contact form here

Contact Physio Solutions

Telephone: 01529 307210
Mobile: 07757 773674


Little known truths about Physiotherapy

  • With uncomplicated fractures, you can start exercises whilst in plaster so you need less physiotherapy once the plaster is removed.
  • The first time you experience a bad back due to lifting/bending seek help from a physiotherapist immediately, to avoid repeated, prolonged episodes. Once you understand the cause of your pain, self management is the best way forward.
  • Who would have thought that physiotherapy can help with migraines, headaches and irritable bowel syndrome?
  • Early physiotherapy intervention with toe deformities (bunions and hammer toe) can help to prevent surgery.
  • As with most things, the longer a problem is left the more difficult it is to treat.
  • Many physical problems in later life can be traced back to traumas such as whiplash in earlier life. Therefore, all whiplash injuries, however minor, should be treated by a physiotherapist to avoid problems in the future.
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