The Physiotherapy Clinic – Your questions answered

What do we offer at The Physiotherapy Clinic?

More than just Physio. Based in Saltash for over 30yrs, we now have a clinic in Liskeard, and also offer Sports Therapy, massage, acupuncture, Pilates, shockwave, prenatal massage, with our expanding team.

Why should I see a Private Physio when its free on the NHS?

We have the luxury of time to spend listening and finding out what really is bothering you. Time to treat you in as many or few sessions as required. Time to see you when its convenient for you. We are open 8am to 8pm most days.

We use a holistic approach using hands-on manual therapy skills alongside exercise and advice.

We have a team of therapists and can usually offer appointments within 48 hours. We do see a lot of patients whilst they are on the waiting list for the NHS to get the ball rolling.

All our Physios are at least 4 years qualified so you will be getting the best treatment. We have Physios that specialise in shoulder injuries, sports injuries (from football to horse riding), weight-management, and more.

How many sessions would I need?

This depends on lots of factors…what the problem is, how long you have had it for and also your situation – we understand there is a financial consideration to coming to see us – if you can only afford one session we will do our utmost in one session.

Do you just treat sports injuries?

No, definitely not…. we do have therapists that specialise in sports but we also treat all muscle/joint injuries. It is not all about pain….you may need to us because of stiffness or inability to do your normal activities. You may need help with managing your weight and obtaining a healthy balanced lifestyle. You may also be at risk of falls or struggling with your balance. So no not just sports!

Contact us to see if we can help you 01752 202202 or

Specialist Podiatrist at Saltash Physio

New Podiatry Service now available at Saltash Physio Clinic!

We are very lucky to be able to offer appointments with Emma Cowley who is an experienced and highly qualified podiatrist. Emma is currently completing her PhD in the biomechanics of the foot and ankle in running and has several roles in musculoskeletal medicine at national level with a national charity and the professional body of podiatry along side her role as lecturer at the University of Plymouth. Emma is a Fellow of both the College of Podiatry and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow (in podiatric medicine), and a Chartered Scientist but, above all is a podiatrist who loves working with and helping people suffering with foot and lower limb pain.

Emma specialises in managing musculoskeletal conditions of the foot and lower limb using a broad range of therapeutic approaches including orthotic prescription. Please see our website for more details of what she has to offer.