Physiotherapy / 0% & low cost finance
Same or next day appointments

Pain Management

One Ashford offers out-patient physiotherapy assessment and treatments for a variety of conditions. Our physiotherapy team are highly experienced, chartered physiotherapists that practice in a modern and fully equipped physiotherapy suite.

Our aim is to provide you with fast, easy access to specialist practitioners who can help you achieve your rehabilitation goals – however big or small.

Our friendly and dynamic team will assess, diagnose and treat your condition using a holistic approach encompassing education and support, the latest equipment, techniques and evidence based on best practice so that you can swiftly return to your normal activities, work or sports.

Our team specialise in sports injuries and musculo-skeletal disorders, women’s health conditions and hand therapy, but cover all areas of physio, and offer a care service that is tailored specifically for your individual needs.

Conditions that we frequently treat at One Ashford Hospital include:

- Neck and back pain
- Nerve pain
- Arthritis
- Rehabilitation
- Headaches
- Sports injuries

We also provide after-care for all our patients that have undergone surgery at the hospital, and can liaise closely and directly with your team of specialists to ensure your ongoing care is delivered to the highest standard.

How to arrange a consultation

To make an appointment to see a physiotherapist, please contact the reservations team on 01233 423000 or email ashford.info@onehealthcare.co.uk

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