Friday, 14 December 2018

The summer of good health

NOW is the time to get yourself in great shape for the summer!

NOW is the time to get yourself in great shape for the summer!

With vouchers now available for the numerous treatments on offer at Physiolistic, such as massage, nutritional therapy, a course of pilates, personal training or a body MOT, you can even treat your family.

Established as a top physiotherapy clinic in Henley, Physiolistic is a trusted treatment provider for local general practitioners, leading surgeons and insurance companies, as well as national and local sports clubs.

The pre-eminent clinic boasts specialist physiotherapists for adult and paediatric conditions.

• Registered with all private medical insurers

• Weekend and evening appointments available

• Immediate appointments — no waiting lists

• Home visits on request

• State of the art equipment - including diagnostic ultrasound and extracorporeal shockwave therapy

• Self-referrals are welcome

Physiolistic prides itself on providing first class assessment and treatment, guaranteeing every individual an excellent understanding of their problem and the treatment options available.

To ensure it is the primary treatment provider and able to treat any need or ailment, Physiolistic offers numerous additional services, including:

• Neurological physiotherapy

• Body MOT (injury screening and advice)

• Acupuncture

• Nutritional therapy

• Counselling

• Sports massage

• Reflexology (free taster sessions available this week)

• Relaxing therapeutic massage

• Pilates (individual sessions and classes)

• Biomechanical assessments

• Paediatric movement assessments (for hypermobility or developmental co-ordination disorder)

Please ring (01491) 598043 or email today for advice or to book an appointment. Like our Facebook page for a chance to win a £30 voucher towards a treatment of your choice.

Find us at the top of Greys Road at Old Dairy, 118 Greys Road, Henley, RG9 1QW. There is ample parking.

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