Physiotherapy aids the restoration of movement, function and strength during recovery. Rehabilitation specific to your sport will assist an early return to activity.

Sports related injuries benefit from early intervention; this prevents an acute injury from becoming chronic and helps to ensure that further problems do not arise. offers assessment and treatment of sports injuries from the initial acute stage through to the final rehabilitation. All levels of athletes can be catered for from elite to recreational. Our physiotherapists also have keen interests in specific sports and sports injuries in Leeds through their own participation. For example; Simon Glover has ran the London Marathon twice, and is a keen golfer, so has a particular interest in these areas.


    • Ankle Sprains
    • Knee ligament / Cartilage Injury
    • Patello-Femoral (Knee Cap) Problems
    • Overuse Running Injuries
    • Direct Injury from Contact Sport
    • Shoulder Pain from Throwing / Overhead Activity
    • Tennis / Golfers Elbow
    • Biomechanical Assessment of Overuse Injury


Most spinal problems are mechanical in nature and are not serious. Physiotherapy offers hands on treatment for specific problems, tailored exercise plans and effective advice for self-management and future prevention.


    • Lower back pain
    • Neck pain
    • Rib problems
    • Frozen shoulders
    • Rotator cuff injury
    • Posture related complaints
    • Acute joint problems
    • Chronic (long term) problems
    • Degenerative conditions (spondylosis, arthrosis)
    • Sacro-iliac Joint (SIJ) dysfunction

RSI (Repetitive Strain Injury)


RSI describes a collection of conditions resulting from overuse of individual tissues. Management involves treating the acute symptoms as well as the source of the injury to prevent further problems.


    • Pain and problems arising from any repetitive activity
    • Work related
    • Hobby related
    • Postural Pain syndromes


Whiplash injuries occur when unexpected forces throw the spine back and forth causing pain and damage to the spinal joints, ligaments and muscles. Early intervention and advice is essential in aiding a full recovery. Treatments help to reduce pain, restore function and aid self management, ensuring that full movement and strength is maintained during the healing process.


    • Management of Conditions related to Spinal trauma
    • Results of Road Traffic Accidents
    • Falls
    • Industrial Accidents


Physiotherapists are skilled in the diagnosis of Musculoskeletal problems, allowing problem specific management. Our treatments aim to reduce pain, restore function and aid long term prevention.

    • Lower back pain
    • Degenerative conditions (spondylosis, arthrosis)
    • Spondylolisthesis
    • Disc related pain
    • Nerve root irritation / compression (arm / leg pain, pins and needles, numbness)
    • Ankylosing Spondylitis



Although conditions such as arthritis are degenerative, physiotherapy can help with pain relief and slow down the progression of the condition. Physiotherapy treatments such as exercises, mobilisations, heat/ice and acupuncture all help pain and function.


    • Arthritis
    • Rheumatism / Rheumatoid Arthritis
    • Direct Trauma


Fractures require specific management, often involving immobilisation in cast or splints. On removal, physiotherapists assess individual problems and aid the early return of function and strength through specific rehabilitation.

    • To aid the healing process
    • Early restoration of normal function
    • Prevention of secondary complications



Prolonged static positions, such as sitting for several hours, place abnormal stresses on the body and can result in pain. Management of acute symptoms and advice / exercise promotes long-term prevention.


    • Assessment of posture related problems
    • Advice on ergonomics / work station management / lifting etc.
    • Exercise and activity modification


The workplace is a common cause of injury, whether you have a desk-based or manual job. Lower back pain in desk based professions is a very common complaint, and we can help you regain your fitness for work and help identify the cause of your pain and its prevention. Simon Glover is also registered with ACPOHE Physiotherapists in Occupational Health. His input with office staff can help to prevent days lost from work due to musculoskeletal injury, back and neck pain, by offering Ergonomic Desk Assessments,



Gardening, decorating and repetitive housework are just a few of the ways you can injure yourself at home. If you’re in pain, we can offer relief and help prevent any recurrences.



From the recreational gym user to the serious athlete, we have the knowledge and expertise to treat your injury and rehabilitate you to prevent recurrences. Simon is a keen runner himself and has a good knowledge and understanding of running injuries, as well as all types of sports and fitness.