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Welcome to Viney Hall Physiotherapy.
Let the professionals relieve you of your aches and pains.
Call us today to arrange an appointment on 01594 516810
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Whether you are young or old, fit or unfit, physiotherapy can help you.

Physiotherapy is the treatment of injury and disease by correcting and improving the body's own natural healing mechanisms, without the use of drugs or medication.

It will engage your body's ability to heal itself using stretching, mobilizing and manipulative techniques. Great for neck pain, shoulder pain and whiplash injuries.

Viney Hall is also a Nuffield Fusion Clinic based in Gloucestershire.

Physiotherapy Services

Exercise Therapy

Physiotherapists have been considered experts

Reflex Therapy

Gentle stimulation of reflex points on the


A variety of electrical treatments are available

Manual Therapy

Treatment using the therapist’s hands may be

Injection Therapy

Corticosteroid and local anaesthetic by injection


After injury or surgery a physiotherapist plays a

Occupational Health

Many local companies provide physiotherapy

Sports Injuries

Including Cycling, Rugby, Running Injuries. The

Physiotherapy in the Forest of Dean

Whether you are young or old, fit or unfit, physiotherapy can help you.

Most people experience aches or pains at some stage in their lives.  Careful assessment of these problems by an experienced physiotherapist will enable you to understand why they are happening and what to do in order to resolve them.

Your physiotherapist will help you reach your goals in recovery or improved performance in sport or in daily living by using a variety of treatment techniques, hands-on therapies, specific exercises and advice.  Most importantly, you will feel empowered and confident in your own rehabilitation.

Physiotherapy can play a vital part in pain-relief, healing and rehabilitation in many conditions including:
  • Spinal problems – slipped disc, back pain, sciatica, whiplash injury and trapped nerves.
  • Joint problems – arthritis, injury, pain/swelling/stiffness.
  • Overuse injuries – of muscles, ligaments and tendons.
  • Sprains and strains, postural problems.
  • Stress incontinence.
  • Sports Injuries

Physiotherapy can also play an essential part in restoring full strength and function following fractures or orthopaedic surgery.

Viney Hall Physiotherapy

knee massageYour physiotherapist will perform a detailed examination and assessment on your first visit. A diagnosis will be made followed by a discussion of the plan of treatment and expected outcomes.

Some of the treatments that may be used are:

  • Mobilisation and manipulative techniques of joints and soft tissues.
  • Heat and ice.
  • Soft tissue massage.
  • A range of electrotherapy to reduce pain and swelling and to enhance healing: eg ultrasound, interferential therapy and pulsed short wave diathermy.
  • Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation for pain relief.
  • Acupuncture.
  • Spinal Traction.
  • Postural Advice.
  • Exercises to address muscle imbalances and improve core stability.
  • Advice on prevention of recurrences – lifestyle and/or sport-specific.
  • Corticosteroid injections are sometimes used in conjunction with other treatments

About our Physiotherapists

All physiotherapists at Viney Hall Physiotherapy are registered with the Health Professions Council (HPC) now required by law in order to call themselves physiotherapists.

They are also members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (MCSP).

Some are members of Physio First (The Organisation of Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice)

For further information on physiotherapy visit or

Chartered Society of Physiotherapy   Physio First

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