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Based in St Albans, I run a specialist physiotherapy clinic offering a wide range of therapeutic services. At Redrock Physio I aim to reduce your pain, improve your mobility and ensure that your journey to recovery is as smooth as possible. Please read the below boxes for more information. If you have age related pain then read the section relating to arthritis, if it's a running injury then checkout the information relating to sports injuries.


If you have any further questions please feel free to call me.

Physiotherapy at redrock physio


At Redrock Physio I aim to restore, maintain and improve your movement, maximising your quality of life. I can help alleviate pain and symptoms from a wide spectrum of injuries and disease related pain.


Conditions may include:​

  • Neck pain (torticolis) 

  • Mechanical back pain and sciatica (leg pain)

  • Frozen shoulder and rotator cuff impingement

  • Runners knee, anterior knee pain

  • Tennis Elbow 

treatments for sports injuries @ redrock physio

Sports Injuries

With over twenty years' experience of treating sports related injuries, I will get you back on track and to the finishing line! I am highly skilled at treating soft tissue injuries that have arisen through either trauma or overuse and am happy to liaise with your consultant regarding rehab protocols or manage your symptoms.  

  • Tendinopathies - Achilles Tendonitis, Tennis Elbow, shoulder impingement, Dequervains

  • Ligamentous injuries - ankle sprains to ruptured ACL

  • Muscular tears - hamstring, calf and quadriceps injuries 

  • Running Injuries - ITB dysfunction, Bursitis, flat feet 

  • Foot pain - Metatarsalgia, Mortons neuroma ect..

  • Biomechanical assessment


redrock physio helping arthritis & hypermobility

Arthritis and Hypermobility

Having a physiotherapist who understands the complexities of rheumatological conditions is unique.


The differences between connective tissue disorders and inflammatory disease such as rheumatoid arthritis is vast. Understanding that these conditions cause chronic ongoing pain is important to setting appropriate goals.


Whether this is helping to reduce pain associated with inflammation or using exercise to improve movement, build strength or advise splints to reduce load on joints.


The aim of treatment is to limit pain and improve movement. 

  • Hypermobility - Including Ehlers-Danlos syndrome

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis

  • Ankylosing spondylitis

  • Psoriatic arthritis

post oprative physio at redrock physio

Post-op Physiotherapy

As a highly skilled physiotherapist I will help your post-op recovery.


My services include advice, support and guidance on attaining full range of movement after your operation.


I have a vast experience in treating patients who are recovering from a wide range of musculoskeletal operations for instance:

  • Spinal surgery - decompressions, fusions and corrective surgery

  • Shoulder surgery- total shoulder replacement, labral tears, manipulation under anaesthetic and shoulder decompressions

  • Hip surgery - total hip replacement, arthroscopies, hip resurfacing

  • Knee surgery - total knee replacement, ACL replacement, arthroscopies, cartilage and meniscal repairs 


Please note that domiciliary physiotherapy appointments can be organised. Please message for details. 

work related injury / occupational health injury / redrock physio

Occupational Health

I have been involved in Occupational Health (OH) provision over the past 10 years.


The benefits of an in-house physiotherapy service has been shown to help employers and staff to establish safe working practices and manage health issues.


My aim is to prevent as well as treat musculoskeletal problems, which can have benefits such as reduced sickness absence and improved staff retention.


Please contact me for further information and bookings.

  • In-house Physiotherapy Clinics 

  • Risk Assessments - Display Screen Equipment Assessments (DSEA)

  • Work Station Assessments

  • Pregnancy Work Place Assessments (PWPA)

  • Wellness days 

  • Advice on purchasing equipment

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