Physiotherapy for Pain
Book Online Physio Today!
Step 1
Make An Appointment
Step 2
Fill Consent Form
Step 3
Get Assessment
Step 4
Start Remote Treatment

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We are now offering remote video consultations due to Covid-19 restrictions.

remote physiotherapy is suitable for any patient when attending a clinic is not possible.

Online Physio LiverpoolContrary to popular belief, physiotherapy doesn’t necessarily require the therapist to place their hands on the patient – for instance, to demonstrate a range of movement or provide physical support through an exercise. In fact, the range of conditions and circumstances that lend themselves to remote physio is almost limitless. 

A remote physiotherapy consultation typically involves the patient and therapist connecting via video link, with the physio demonstrating movements and exercises and then watching the patient repeat them, so they can see whether they’re performing them as they should or need correction or adaptation, as well as giving advice and education.

book your Physio online in 3 simple steps

Step 1 - Book Online

Use our booking page to book an appointment time that is convenient for you and pay securely online.

Step 2 - Your Consent

If you are a new patient with us, as your therapist, we need a few details from you and your consent.

Step 3 - Remote Session

At your appointment time, use your mobile, tablet or computer to join a video meeting with your physiotherapist.

What do we treat

Chronic Pain Therapy

Chronic pain management

Chronic pain is pain that carries on for longer than 12 weeks despite medication or treatment. Most people get back to normal after pain following an injury or operation. But sometimes the pain carries on for longer or comes on without any history of an injury or operation.

Musculoskeletal And Rehabilitation

Musculoskeletal Conditions

Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy is a specialised area of physiotherapy treating injuries and conditions which affect the muscles, joints, and soft tissues. The most appropriate treatments will be selected upon the clinical judgement and the experience of the Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist on the findings from the initial assessment.

Posture And Ergonomics Injuries

Posture and Ergonomics

Postural dysfunction or “Poor” posture is defined as when our spine is positioned in unnatural positions, in which the curves are emphasised and this results in the joints, muscles and vertebrae being in stressful positions. Poor posture can also cause head and neck pain, headaches, trouble breathing, or trouble walking.

and this
  • Back, Neck & Shoulder Pain
  • Sports Injury
  • Orthopaedic rehabilitation
  • Muscular Pain
  • Pre & Post Op Rehab
  • Child & Adolescent Conditions
  • General Body Pain
  • Women’s Health
  • Respiratory Illness

Meet Your Physiotherapist

David Gibbons

Director / Practice Principal
Chartered Physiotherapist, BSc (Hons) Lpool, BSc (Hons) Sheff, MCSP, MMACP, MAACP, MHCPC, PPA, MACPOMIT, MACPOHE, PhysioFirst, MESPNN, ARSM



“I am a versatile chartered neuromusculoskeletal physiotherapist, whose knowledge, experience and interest is focused on innovative practice techniques grounded in Maitland, Cyriax, McKenzie, Butler, Society of Orthopaedic Medicine and Mulligan amongst others. NHS Practice, Private Practice, Postgraduate training, ongoing CPD, lifelong learning and professional affiliations have created in me a multi-disciplined individual with extensive knowledge in sports related injuries, whiplash, occupational health and all musculoskeletal complaints…..

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