Highworth Physiotherapy Clinic
13 High Street, Highworth,
Swindon. SN6 7AG
Whilst we are now able to treat customers without the need for PPE, we do still ask that
if you have any Covid symptoms, please DO NOT attend your appointment
but do telephone us to let us know. If a member of your household tests positive, but
you have no symptoms and test negative, we ask that you wear a mask for the safety of
our staff and other patients.
We are still asking customers to wash their hands on arrival, and we are still cleaning
the treatment rooms in between patients.
Thank you for your patience and understanding. If you have any questions, please don't
hesitate to contact us.
The Highworth Physiotherapy Clinic Team
Highworth Physiotherapy Clinic is a private physiotherapy and
sports injury clinic conveniently located on the high street in the
market town of Highworth, north east of Swindon.
If you think we may be able to help you, the fastest way to
make an appointment or contact us is to give us a ring.
You do not need a doctors referral unless it is required by your
insurance company. Two of the physiotherapists at the clinic are
also trained to treat animals but if you wish us to treat your pet
then your vet must agree this in advance.
Physiotherapy is the treatment of a wide variety of injuries and
conditions using a range of manual techniques, advice, exercise and
electrotherapy. When appropriate, a lot of time is spent teaching
the patient self help exercises so that they can manage their own
condition. All the physiotherapists at this practice are experienced
Chartered Physiotherapists who treat sports injuries, back pain,
neck pain, arthritis, aches, strains and pains. We are committed to
a high level of clinical expertise and customer satisfaction.
Highworth Physiotherapy clinic was started in 1989 by Sonya
Nightingale. It expanded and moved to its current location in a
grade II listed building in the High Street of Highworth in 2003. It
is convenienly situated between a pub and a bakery for after
treatment refreshments! We now have three fully equipped treatment
rooms including one on the ground floor for patients unable to use
What to expect when you come for treatment.
We usually allow 45 minutes for your assessment and 30 minutes for
follow up treatments. However these times may vary depending on the
condition being treated and this time also includes time to write up
At the assessment your physiotherapist will ask you
questions about your condition and general health. They will carry
out an examination which includes some treatment in order to assess
how you respond to treatment as some people respond better than
others. Your physiotherapist will then agree a treatment plan with
you and, depending on the physiotherapists findings, they may
recommend further treatments. You will also be given advice on self
management of your condition and may be given exercises to carry out
yourself at home.
It is best to wear loose fitting clothing for
your treatments and your physiotherapist may require you to remove
some clothing to assist in the assessment and treatment.
physiotherapy treatment like any other medical treatments is
confidential. No information about you will be divulged to anyone
else except your GP or consultant, without your prior written