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About Blue Sky Physiotherapy

Blue Sky Sports Physiotherapy is a clinic committed to evidence based treatment of all your musculoskeletal problems.

Our team of physiotherapists are fully Chartered with the Society of Physiotherapy and registered with the Health Professions Council. The physiotherapy team have all worked at the highest level with either sport teams or individual athletes, gained post graduate Masters degree qualifications and are active in continuing professional development.

Blue Sky Sports Physiotherapy also has a Sports Rehabilitation and Performance Specialist, a Concussion Specialist, a Sports podiatrist/gait analyst and a Sports Masseur, and a Lymphodema Specialist offering treatments for a variety of conditions.

The clinic is also able to provide onsite specialists for the provision of custom made orthotics and speciality knee braces for ligament injuries and has very close links with radiologists and orthopaedic surgeons for private referrals.

Please read the about all our services and our staff profiles.

Blue Sky is a specialist physiotherapy clinic, catering for anyone involved with an active lifestyle.

Knee problems, tennis elbow, shoulder, back or neck pain – having an injury doesn’t just stop you enjoying your favourite sport.

Every-day lives can be blighted from anything from a simple ‘niggle’ to the after effects of a major injury trauma. Without effective treatment from a specialist physiotherapist, injuries can be prolonged and can have adverse long-term impact to the rest of your body.

We take a holistic approach your issues and beyond simply treating your condition, our highly qualified physiotherapists work to address the causes and get you working to build a fitter, stronger, more flexible and balanced body. Our aim is to return you to your chosen activities – whether it’s at work or at play – stronger and more capable than ever before.

We operate from:

1. Ashton Clinic, Unit 3, Charnwood House, 1 Marsh Road, Ashton, BS3 2NA.

2. Jon Maggs Fitness in Winford, Chew Valley, BS40 8HB.

3. Yeofit Gym, Yeo Valley HQ, Blagdon, Bristol, BS40 7YE.

4. The Clifton College Sports Grounds, above the Real Tennis Centre in Abbot's Leigh, Clifton, BS8 3QD.

Here is the gorgeous view from our Yeo Valley facility.

Yeo Valley

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