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Ashton Clinic
Yeofit at Yeo Valley HQ



We are thrilled to announce that we have been nominated for the Small Business Awards. If you're an existing customer, we'd be delighted if you could support us by voting. You can do so by clicking the image below. Thanks! Donna and the rest of the Blue Sky Team.


Blue Sky Sports Physiotherapy is a well established Bristol based clinic started by Donna Sanderson-Hull the former Bristol Rugby and England Physiotherapist and current part time lecturer in sports Medicine. The clinic now has a team of physiotherapists who have all worked at the highest level with international and national sports teams or individuals. Claire Reed with England Netball, Clare Sinton with international tennis players, the LTA and Bristol City football and Chris Conbeer with international rugby. The team now commits to providing this high quality evidence based professional care to people of all ages, abilities and aspirations, from the elite to the recreational sportsperson.

Blue Sky is now the South West's only registered clinic providing the internationally acclaimed evidence based Complete Concussion Management Programme (CCMI).

Physiotherapists, Sports Masseurs and podiatrists all work in the team and all are active in on-going training and professional development. We also offer one to one Pilates, and Nutrition consultations

The team has close relations with specialists Orthopaedic Surgeons, Sports Physicians and radiologists, the clinic is able to offer a comprehensive service to all patients who are striving for a better quality of health, fitness and well-being.

Read our testimonials here.

Book an appointment here or call us on 0117 9467618.

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