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Physio Led Pilates

Our Physio Led PIlates classes are the perfect compliment to Physiotherapy. Encourages normal movement, flexibility and promotes confidence in your body. 

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Physiotherapy Sessions

From muscular back pain,

Chronic overuse injuries, to tendon and ligament sprains, frozen shoulders, neck pain, arthritis, nerve pain and sports injuries. We cover a wide range of physio treatments.

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Acupuncture is used extensively  in Chinese medicine to treat a wide range of conditions from pain and asthma to Psoriasis and anxiety. 


Top rated Physiotherapy & Pilates in Leicestershire

We are very proud to have been consistently named as one of the top three rated Physio clinics locally by the THREE BEST RATED website. All of our Physiotherapists are fully qualified and registered with the Health & Care Professions Council ( HCPC ) and hold full insurance.

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Sports Injuries

We all know the importance of staying active and healthy but this can lead to sports injuries affecting many different structures in the body.


Poor warm up techniques, overtraining, poor biomechanics or accidents can all lead to pain and dysfunction from mild muscle strains and sprains to ligament and cartilage problems that can have a major impact on one's day-to-day life.


Different sports will place a variety of demands on our muscles, ligaments, and tendons such as tennis elbow, shin splints or cruciate ligament problems. 


Many sporting injuries benefit from a multi-therapist approach with input from different specialities to help maximise recovery and ensure a swift return to activities. 


For further information regarding appropriate local physical therapy treatment programme please contact us to discuss your needs.

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Running Injuries

Physiotherapy uses physical methods like  to help promote health and wellbeing, clearing pain, restoring movement and function and helping you return to activity.  So no medicines or surgery - instead you may find your Physio using a variety of other techniques to help you recover your health.

Think of the traditional methods of massage, exercise and electrotherapy mixed in with some pain management techniques, acupuncture or pacing strategies to help you recover your function and look, move and feel better. 


At Natural Elements all of our Physios have an interest in treating the musculoskeletal problems so bad backs, shoddy shoulders and wonky knees are our bread and butter. Many of us have experience working in the NHS both in Leicester and the surrounding areas.


Physiotherapy treatment is offered at all three of our sites with all of our Physios being registered with both HCPC and CSP. 

This means they are trained to a high standard and carry full insurance and are approved by most insurance companies although we would always recommend you check with your individual policy first. 


What should I expect at my first session? 


Your Physio will start by asking you questions about your particular problem and your general health and wellbeing so we can get a clear idea of how we can help solve your issues.  This will be followed by a thorough assessment  after which your therapist will discuss their findings and talk through a tailored programme of treatment. Feel free to ask questions if unsure. We endeavour to try and include some treatment during your first session but it may not always be possible dependent upon the nature of your problem - sometimes an assessment followed by a treatment can make things more sore  - this will always be explained by your Physio. 




Running injuries usually happen when you push yourself too hard too soon. However, you can prevent many of them.


So our first tip is to get your biomechanics checked (by a qualified Physiotherapist). You're looking for things like flat feet or leg length discrepancies. Whilst these small asymmetries are perfectly normal and don't always cause issues they can rear their ugly heads when the mileage starts to rack up! 


The 6 most common running injuries are:

  1. Patellofemoral Pain (Runner's Knee)

  2. Hamstring Strains

  3. Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (Shin Splints)

  4. Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS)

  5. Plantar Fasciitis

  6. Achilles Tendinopathy


For those of you racking up the miles for marathon training you can download our advice and exercise leaflets here:

Secrets to Preventing and Rehabilitating the 6 Most Common Running Injuries


If you're a runner - this is a treasure trove of high-value information.

The kit features exercise programmes on rehabilitating and treating the injuries.


For further advice from our Running Coach please contact us.

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