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Physiologic Hythe

Physiologic Hythe

Show Phone NumberIrving House, Range Road, Hythe, Kent, CT21 6HGUK
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Opening Hours

Monday07:30 - 19:00
Tuesday07:30 - 19:00
Wednesday07:30 - 19:00
Thursday07:30 - 19:00
Friday07:30 - 19:00
Saturday
Sunday
Prices from £32 - Enquire for a fast quote from Physiologic Hythe. Excellent ServiceScore™: 4.1 from 7 votes.

Popular Treatments

Initial Assessment and Treatment from £65
Spinal Pain
MLD - Manual Lymphatic Drainage from £32
Golf Injuries
Sciatica Treatment
Biomechanical assessment
Sports Injury Rehabilitation - Strapping and Taping
Sports Injury Initial Assessment from £42
Sports Injury Follow up Treatment from £42
Kinesiology from £42
Whiplash
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About Physiologic Hythe

Physiologic Hythe situated on the SE Kent shoreline, between Folkestone, Ashford and Canterbury specialise in all types of spinal, back and neck pain, headaches, whiplash and arthritic pain. Established in 1990, we have many years of experience solving your diverse problems and are recognized specialists in the treatment of chronic and persistent symptoms. We can expertly analyse and correct your body movement, areas of poor energy flow in your body  and help you to return to work and to the activities you love to do.  Physiotherapy is used alongside other therapies at the clinic to ensure your quick and full recovery. We offer Acupuncture, Craniosacral Therapy, EFT and Matrix Reimprinting, Kinesiology, Meta Medicine, Massage, Manual Lymphatic Drainage, Meditation, NES Provision, Bioresonance, Play Therapy, Postural Correction, Scenar Therapy and Yoga.
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Accreditations

  • HCPC - Health and Care Professions Council (UK) 
  • HPC - Health Professions Council (Northern Ireland) 

Provides

Acupuncture

Holistic Health

Massage Therapy

Physiotherapy

Premises

Parking

Accessible to disabled people

Public transport access

Access without steps

Disabled parking

Patient bathroom

On-site pharmacy

Clinic Services

Open weekends

Physiotherapy

 
Biomechanical assessment
Chronic Pain Syndrome
£40 - £60
Chronic Pain Syndrome
 
Low Back Pain
 
Headaches
 
Frozen Shoulder
 
Shoulder Instability
 
Tennis Elbow
from £42
Kinesiology (30 mins)
from £65
Initial Assessment and Treatment (1 hour)
 
Post operative rehabilitation
 
Repetitive Strain Injury
 
Sciatica Treatment
 
Spinal Pain
Sports Injury Rehabilitation - Strapping and Taping
from £42
Sports Injury Initial Assessment  (30 mins)
from £42
Sports Injury Follow up Treatment  (30 mins)
 
Golf Injuries
 
Whiplash

Massage Therapy

from £42
Full Body Aromatherapy Massage
from £33
Remedial Massage
from £32
MLD - Manual Lymphatic Drainage

Acupuncture

from £38
Acupuncture
 
Acupuncturist Consultation

Holistic Health

Bioresonance
from £80
NES Bioresonance Initial Examination
from £40
NES Bioresonance - Follow up Treatment

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Insurance

Private Patients Welcome

NHS

Ms Alison Lingwood

Job Title:
  Physiotherapist
Specialisations:
  Physiotherapy
Languages:
  English
Biography:
She Qualified as a physiotherapist from The Royal London Hospital and after working in London travelled to Australia to work and study for a year at Curtin University in Perth. She was privileged to be taught by many of the inspirational leading musculoskeletal clinicians of the time and thus began her interest in treating complex persistent conditions always believing that there was a solution to improving health. Nutrition and the power of raw foods became an interest much to the worry of her family believing they would never have another hot meal again! She believes that the emerging integration of quantum physics, vibrational frequencies, nutrition and the mind in health is the only way forward for true healing. She is constantly inspired by the body’s ability to change and assimilate new information thus giving us renewed faith in our own bodies amazing healing capabilities. She likes to try everything that she suggests to her clients, not only improving her own health in the process but recognising the motivation and commitment needed to change ideas and behaviours. Her ultimate goal is to inspire and empower clients to know how to look after themselves so freeing them from limiting boundaries and beliefs about their health.

Mr Hamish Startin

Job Title:
  Physiotherapist
Specialisations:
  Physiotherapy
Languages:
  English
Biography:
He first knew he wanted to become a Physiotherapist on his gap year. He was in Auckland, New Zealand and was working at a Sports Academy and became injured and was treated by a physiotherapist and recovered speedily from the treatment received and from this day he knew this is what he wanted to do. He invested all his efforts into getting into the profession. He qualified as a physiotherapist in 2013 where he completed a masters in physiotherapy at the University of Cumbria. During his time there he was fortunate enough to experience a range of placements in a number of clinical areas, in both inpatient and outpatient settings. During the university degree he worked within respiratory, musculoskeletal (MSK), neurology and orthopaedics wards, as well as spending time working with the medical staff at Carlisle United football club.

Ms Claire Reid

Job Title:
  Physiotherapist
Biography:
Chartered Physiotherapist. She started in business when her career took rather a turn for the better after being in a road traffic accident. She suffered injuries and went through pain, physiotherapy and came out the other side, working and still swimming competitively. Through her course of treatment, she organised work experience, She was greatly inspired by patients learning new movement patterns after stroke, the plasticity of the brain, being able to get up and mobile again after the event, guided by the physiotherapists. She realised that ultimately, that is what she wanted to do, help others regain their lives and be the best that they can be. She changed her career and start training as a physiotherapist at St. George's Hospital University. She has been very privileged to work with some of the top physiotherapists in the UK, especially in neurophysiotherapy. Her physiotherapy career started in the NHS working as a physiotherapy assistant whilst completing her degree. Once qualified she covered neurorehab, trauma and orthopaedics, community, musculoskeletal outpatients and respiratory/intensive care disciplines. During her pregnancy she had pelvic girdle pain. Inspired by treatment she received, she studied further to help others.
Show Phone NumberIrving House, Range Road, Hythe, Kent, CT21 6HGUK