Welcome to The Village Clinic, our caring, family run, Physiotherapy, Podiatry & Sports Injury Clinic based in Bishops Cleeve, Cheltenham. You are one step closer to receiving the speedy and effective treatment that your condition deserves. Our team of experienced physiotherapists, podiatrists / chiropodists and friendly receptionists are waiting to help you.
Our physiotherapists and podiatrists are the very best and all registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). The clinic was established in 2000 by sisters Sally (podiatrist) and Lucy (physiotherapist).
Please see our Shockwave Therapy Website for further information and our current offer or call us on 01242 673507 for more information.
Mother Nature gave us two sets of teeth but only one pair of feet! Most people will at some point in their lives need the services of a podiatrist (or as we used to be called, chiropodist). The reason is simple - your feet are one of the most active parts of your body. They go everywhere with you and help you take part in every activity from shopping to sport. You may hate your feet but we love them!
If you have lower limb pain it’s worth trying our Cheltenham Biomechanics clinic.
Our musculoskeletal trained podiatrists will look at how your feet are behaving when you walk (the medical term for this is Gait Analysis). Podiatry can help with painful conditions such as: Flat feet, achilles pain, bunions, shin splints, plantarfasciitis, neuromas….. the list goes on.
Welcome to the physiotherapy team at The Village Clinic, Bishops Cleeve, Cheltenham. We pride ourselves on providing a specialist Cheltenham Physiotherapy Clinic, providing the very best treatment for injuries and pain. We strive to get you back to normal, as soon as possible - whether you are retired and can't manage the garden, or a sports person who can't compete. We treat all joints, nerve, soft tissues, injuries, rehabilitation etc – too many to list.
Sports Injuries can affect all ages – from full on injuries that prevent you from doing your sport to little aches and niggles that may just be slowing you down and worrying you because you don’t want them to get any worse. Some have been with you for years, others only appeared yesterday –all pain is equally annoying and needs our help.