North Cornwall Physiotherapy

Complete Care for the Whole of You

North Cornwall Physiotherapy is based in Wadebridge, Bodmin and Camelford providing high quality and convenient Physiotherapy services to the people of North Cornwall.

Following the success of our Camelford Physiotherapy Clinic, we opened our Wadebridge Physiotherapy Clinic in 2012 and Bodmin Physiotherapy Clinic in 2014.

We offer...

Physiotherapy, Massage, Connective Tissue Therapy, Exercise Rehabilitation, Chakra-puncture, Electrotherapy, Biomechanical Assessments and other specialised treatments.

Our philosophy...

Holistic and complete care that considers the whole person. We treat YOU not just your symptoms.

We are open to NHS patients via the AQP scheme.

We do home visits if you cannot travel to one of our clinics.

Bookings are available online or by phoning 01840 211 117.

We specialise in...


  • back and neck pain
  • sports injuries & rehabilitation
  • workplace injuries
  • recovery after operations
  • shoulder and knee problems
  • headaches
  • arthritis


  • chronic conditions/chronic pain
  • sleep problems
  • digestive problems
  • general fatigue and feeling ‘run down’
  • lung conditions
  • every day aches and pains
  • post accident rehabilitation

 

All Physiotherapists are fully qualified and registered with the Health Professional Council (HPC) and the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP).

We are recognised and recommended by all major health insurance companies.

You don’t need a referral from a GP to make an appointment.

Please click the 'book online' link at the top of this page if you wish to make an online booking at either the Wadebridge Physiotherapy, Bodmin Physiotherapy or Camelford Physiotherapy Clinics.

Alternatively please call us on 01840 211 117 or email info@northcornwallphysio.co.uk if you would like to discuss your injury or illness with a Physiotherapist or book an appointment. 

 

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