About Physiotherapy

At the Sogunro Practice we offer bespoke physiotherapy packages using a holistic approach, helping our clients to understand the healing process with easy to follow treatment guides, and inspiring them to make appropriate changes to other life-style factors. Our aim is to identify and treat the underlying issue, simplify the recovery process and provide the tools and the encouragement necessary to recover. 

Our physiotherapy packages are recognised by major health care insurers including: Aviva, AXA, Bupa, Sigma, Vitality, WPA.

There is no “one size fits all” approach to our physiotherapy here – every client is treated as an individual. We take the time to review your background history as well as your current issue to find the root cause of your symptoms, and as well as identifying and treating the underlying issue we hope to educate you along the way to help you to help yourself to a quicker and more long-term recovery.

Your first session is a detailed 30 minute assessment exploring all your past injury history, any medical conditions you may have had or still have, any operations major or minor, as well as assessing your musculoskeletal condition and why you have come in to seek treatment. You may be asked questions that other physiotherapists don’t ask, but this is all to determine what the root cause of your issue is. You may not get hands-on treatment during the assessment; this is really to ascertain all the information we need to go forward with your treatment.

Your subsequent treatment process uses the Anatomy in Motion technique – this is a relatively new technique which tracks the movement of your joints when you walk and move – this information is used to inform and feedback on your treatments.

Our treatment techniques include:

  • Medical acupuncture to stimulate sensory nerves, muscles and fascia, resulting in decreased pain and improved muscle and joint movement

  • Instrumented assisted soft tissue mobilisation to provide a mobilisation to reduce scar tissue and adhesions – this promotes good tissue movement to prepare the body for the next stage of the rehabilitation process using hands on techniques

  • Electric acupuncture which stimulates the points linked to your symptoms and helps restart good blood flow to a specific area, improving the nervous and muscle-skeletal system. A mild electric current passes between the needles during treatment


You will also undertake a series of exercises that you will need to practise daily – don’t worry, they won’t take more than 10 minutes each day and all of the exercises will be recorded and given to you, so you don’t have to try and remember them.