Impact Physio

Physiotherapists in Nottingham

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Gresham Sports Pavilion
Gresham Park Road
Off Wilford Lane
West Bridgford

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Opening hours

Monday: 9:30am - 1pm

Tuesday: 9:30am - 2:30pm

Wednesday: 1:30pm - 8pm

Thursday: 9am - 9pm

Friday: 9am - 2:30pm

Saturday to Sunday: 9am - 12pm

Key Services

physiotherapy, Sports Injury Management, Sports Massage Therapist


  • West Bridgford, Rushcliffe and Nottingham area
  • physiotherapy clinic in West Bridgford
  • Chartered Physiotherapist, physiotherapy, massage
  • expert physiotherapy and sports injury management
  • sports massage + sports injury management service
  • Chartered Physiotherapists West Bridgford
  • Sports Massage in West Bridgford, Nottingham
  • Sports Massage and Physiotherapy

Based in West Bridgford, our team of Chartered Physiotherapists can help you live a pain free and active life through our expert physiotherapy, sports massage and sports injury management services.

From our clinic in West Bridgford, our team of Chartered Physiotherapists provide expert physiotherapy and sports injury management services for the Rushcliffe and Nottingham area. We take pride in offering a professional and friendly service focused on meeting your individual needs to help you maintain an active, pain free lifestyle. Whether it's a work related/postural problem, a sports injury or a painful joint or limb, our experienced team will take the time to help you get back on track

Our clinic in West Bridgford

Impact Physio - West Bridgford is based at Gresham Sports Pavilion off Wilford Lane, West Bridgford. Providing high quality physiotherapy services and sports injury management for Rushcliffe and the Nottingham area.

Products and Services we offer from our Fully qualified Chartered Physiotherapists

Products and Services we offer from our Fully qualified Chartered Physiotherapists include Sports Injury Management, Physiotherapy, Sports Massage, Physio, Massage Therapy, Treatment for Sports Injuries , Body MOT, Occupational Therapy, Individual Treatment & Advice, Back Pain Treatment, Neck Pain Treatment, Shoulder Pain Treatment, Joint Injury Treatment, Soft Tissue Injury Treatment

Chartered Physiotherapists West Bridgford

Our team of Chartered Physiotherapists offer a professional and friendly service focused on meeting the needs of each individual.
Whether it's a work related/postural problem, a sports injury or just a painful joint or limb, a member of our experienced team will take the time to help you.

Sports Therapy - Phil Tranter Lead Physiotherapist

Phil qualified in 2001, he works at the Long Eaton clinic and is the clinical lead at West Bridgford. Phil has always combined private practice with working in elite level sport including Rugby Union, Football, the British Canoe Union, and the England & Wales Cricket Board.
Alongside with working at Impact, Phil is the current Assistant Physiotherapist with Nottinghamshire CCC and has recently completed his MSc in Neuromusculoskeletal Healthcare from Keele University'

Sports Massage is suitable for anybody who enjoys a deep massage, not just for athletes.

Valued by both athletes and people who don't play sport but feel aches and pains due to work related activities such as sitting at a computer for many hours at a time.
There are many claims made about what massage actually does – the evidence is questionable, however many people are confident that it helps them feel better and ready to train / compete again or even manage their lifestyle.
So we're not going to make up any supersonic benefits or repeat dodgy claims – but encourage you to try it and make up your own mind. As we like to say – the evidence is often questionable, but the most important person is you.

Remedial Massage
Soft Tissue techniques are incorporated such as Soft Tissue Release (STR) Neuromuscular Technique (NMT) and Muscle Energy Technique (MET). Remedial Massage can sometimes be uncomfortable, but is applied in a way that you will instinctively know is beneficial.
Even though sports massage and remedial massage are separate techniques they are commonly combined during a massage treatment for the desired outcome.

Sports Injuries

Whether you are a serious sports-person or an enthusiastic amateur, no one likes to be away from their sport through injury. Our experienced physios can help to get you back to your sport quickly and safely.

We have a wide range of experience in the specialist assessment and treatment of sports injuries. Our physios have worked to the highest level in a variety of sports at the highest levels and can provide a thorough assessment, advice and treatment tailored to you.
Common sports injuries
Common problems we can help with include
muscle/ligament and joint sprains and strains
bruising to soft tissue
over training
muscle imbalances

Phil using the U/S scan to look at an Achilles
Diagnostic Ultrasound scanning
We also offer ultrasound scanning as a part of our patient diagnosis which can be used for a number of conditions including muscle tears, bleeding or fluid collections in muscles, bursae or joints and diagnosing tendon tears.
Diagnostic ultrasound scanning is used to supplement the physiotherapy assessment – we do not diagnose our patients on the basis of the ultrasound image alone.
Working with you
We work with you, your GP and/or specialist to get the best possible results. If you've had surgery then we can help with your rehabilitation programme.
mot body Long term recovery
As well as giving you a clear indication to the cause of the injury, we will also examine the reasons as to what contributed to it in the first place – what we call a ‘body control assessment‘.
This assessment will highlight imbalances of muscles and joints and identify faulty movement patterns which can be addressed by a comprehensive programme of treatment.
Pain is a symptom, address the problem and not only will the pain go away, it won't return.

Occupational Therapy Improve your employee well being and reduce absence figures

Occupational Physiotherapy has been shown to have demonstrable effects in reducing both the incidence and overall number of days lost to ill health and accidents in the workplace.

We can work with your staff teaching them skills to help prevent symptoms. Common workplace complaints include back pain, stiff or painful necks, sore shoulders and upper backs, sprains, joint pain and muscle strains and recurring headaches.

Back pain

Most people are troubled at some point in their lives with back and neck problems. Sometimes it's a specific injury or simply long term aches and pains. The pain may occur suddenly and be gone in a couple of days, or it may last for weeks or even longer. We can help you with low back pain, sciatica, disc problems and stiff / painful neck.

How can physiotherapy help?

After a thorough assessment we will determine the most important factors contributing to your problem. We will determine the source of the pain and formulate an efficient evidence based approach to move forwards.
This may include hands-on treatments, such as mobilisations of the joints, muscle techniques and mobilising the nerves. This will always be combined with an exercise programme for you to carry out at home along with advice on how to manage the problem in order to achieve the best result.

Don't be fooled by paying for treatment where you are not told how to manage the pain; half an hour of treatment can have an effect but it is short lived if the next 23.5 / 47.5 etc. hours you are not maximising the effects with good management and doing specific exercises to continue to affect any factors maintaining the problem – you will not get better quickly!

We are in partnership with you – you have to play an active part.
back pain. You will also be shown the best ways to prevent recurrence and given a programme which is tailored to your needs.

Sports Massage Frequently Asked Questions

I'm not sporty, can I still have a sports massage?


Sports massage is so-called simply because it is a style of massage popular with sports people. Whether you're an Olympian, casual gym user, desk bound office worker or stay at home mum, you deserve the same quality treatment tailored to your needs. This being sports massage, remedial massage or a combination of the two.

What conditions do your massage therapists treat?

Its OK to have a massage with the following complaints

Muscular pain, Back, Neck & Shoulder pain, Stiff neck, Sore Shoulders, Hip & Knee pain, Painful disorders of joints & muscles, Stress, Headaches, Sciatica, Sports injuries, Tendonitis, Frozen shoulder, Accidental injuries e.g. whiplash, Pain of chronic illness & disability, Arthritic pain & Rheumatism

If you are unsure as to whether you should have a sports massage or physiotherapy then please ask when you book your appointment.

Are men better than women at sports massage?

With the correct training it makes no difference whatsoever. The correct use of bodyweight allows the same correct pressure to be applied by either a male or female.

What do I wear for a sports massage?

The therapist will need access to the required body part. So it is recommended you wear clothing that is easily removed or repositioned. Many clients feel comfortable in their underwear however modesty is maintained at all times by using towels to cover the body. They are only removed to allow access to the area of the body that is being worked on. Body parts such as the gluts are worked on through clothing/towelling for clients comfort and is just as effective.

Females are asked to wear a back fastening bra so that the upper back and shoulders are easily accessed, sports bras can be awkward in this situation. Long or tight shorts are often restrictive so are not ideal as access to the hamstrings/adductor attachments can be difficult.

It is imperative you feel comfortable at all times whether you are suitably undressed or fully clothed.

Does sports massage hurt?

Sometimes sports massage can be a little uncomfortable, but it is only ever a ‘good' pain – you will instinctively know is doing good. Please remember that you are always in charge so if you're uncomfortable in anyway please say so and a different approach will be taken

If you want lighter pressure please say, the aim is for you to feel happy with the treatment you are receiving.

It is not unusual to feel a little post massage soreness for a day or two after a deep tissue massage, this is usual. Common post massage advice includes warming the area with a hot bath or a hot water bottle, drinking LOTS of water and gentle but progressive stretching.

If you are worried in any way about being sore, or have an important event in the next day or two, please do communicate this, it is not a problem to work around.

I am allergic to many massage oils, can I bring my own?

YES however a hypoallergenic lotion is used such as Chemodo during your sports massagel.

Chemodol is quite suitable for every kind of skin and easily removable with water. It has a high oil content and excellent absorption properties, thus permitting optimal skin contact. It has a neutral fragrance and does not stain clothing.

If you are worried in any way about being sore, or have an important event in the next day or two, please do communicate this, it is not a problem to work around.

Sports Massage for Runners

The benefits of a sports massage are numerous: improved flexibility, reduced risk of injury, and a boosted circulatory system.

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Directions from Ring Road; Follow signs for M1/A453 and West Bridgford B679 At Clifton Roundabout turn right and follow signs to Wilford and West Bridgford Continue straight along Wilford Lane until the 2nd mini-roundabout. Turn left at mini-roundabout al


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Products and Services

Sports Massage

Sports Massage Various massage techniques directed to specific area Gluts and lower limbs Gluts and back Back and shoulders Upper back, shoulder and arms Upper back, shoulders and neck Pre / Post event massage

Price: 30 mins - £27

Sports Massage

Sports Injuries

We have a wide range of experience in the specialist assessment and treatment of sports injuries. Our physios have worked to the highest level in a variety of sports at the highest levels and can provide a thorough assessment, advice and treatment

Price: Physio Fees 30 minutes £39 45 minutes (recommended 1st session) £49 60 minutes £65 Massage Fees 30 minutes £27 45 minutes (recommended 1st session) £32 60 minutes £37

Sports Injuries

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