Increase mobility and reduce pain with the latest techniques and treatments.

Physiotherapy can help people regain movement, increase mobility and reduce pain using a variety of techniques. Conditions treated include back and neck pain, sports injuries, joint, ligament, muscle and tendon problems, posture issues, whiplash, upper and lower limb conditions as well as post-surgery rehabilitation.

Physiotherapy from Spire

Increase mobility, reduce pain with the latest techniques and equipment.

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Conditions we treat

We treat a number of ailments and injuries which can affect different areas…

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Treatment options

We have a range of different physiotherapy treatments to suit different con…

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Specialist clinics

Clinics specialising in particular aspects of physiotherapy

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Using a system of medicine to stimulate the body’s own healing responses

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Help to improve health, posture and, ultimately, performance and productivi…

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Hand Therapy

The non-surgical management of hand disorders and injuries

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The design, production and use of devices applied externally to parts of th…

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Pregnancy Massage

All the benefits of pre- and post-natal massage

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Rapid Access Lower Limb

A service to accelerate recovery from leg injuries

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Shoulder Clinic

Help with preparing for and recovering from shoulder surgery

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Sports Massage

Massage to aid recovery from injuries or surgery or as part of a training p…

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Pre-operative assessments

Talk to a physiotherapist about your needs following an operation

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Some questions you may have before you come to see us

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Physiotherapy at Spire Dunedin Hospital

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Physiotherapy at Spire Dunedin Hospital offers a dynamic service specialising in all musculoskeletal conditions, providing the very best in diagnosis and treatment, using a multi-disciplinary approach that includes Chartered Physiotherapists, a podiatrist, an orthotist and sports massage therapists.

We provide assessment and treatment for:

  • Pre- and post-operative rehabilitation
  • Back/neck pain
  • Shoulder injuries
  • Joint pain
  • Sports injury
  • Work-related conditions
  • Jaw pain (temporo-mandibular joint)
  • Women's health conditions (stress and frequency incontinence)

We offer state of the art facilities with on-site X-ray, MRI and CT; should you need to be referred to a Consultant we are happy to arrange this on your behalf.

You don't need private medical insurance to be treated. If you are a self-funding patient you don't even need a referral.

Your initial visit to physiotherapy will involve a one-hour consultation to establish the history of your condition, an assessment and treatment. Your goals for treatment will be established and you will be advised on what you need to do to achieve these.

If you are unsure whether we can help, please call and speak to one of our experienced physiotherapists who will advise you on the most appropriate course of action.

For full details of our physiotherapy services at Spire Dunedin Hospital see the topics above

Opening hours

Monday to Thursday 8am – 8pm
Friday 8am – 4pm

Should these times not be convenient to you, feel free to request an alternative time which we will be happy to consider. To discuss appointment availability and opening times please use one of the options below to contact us.


Physiotherapy at Spire Dunedin is available for both self-funding patients as well as those using private insurance.

Our self-funding prices per 30 minutes are the most competitive within the Reading area. We also offer flexible rates should you wish to book a course of treatments in advance. Please use one of the options below to contact us.

We are recognised by all insurance companies and all of our therapists are HPC registered (Health Professions Council), which is often a pre-requisite of many insurance companies prior to treatment.

Should you wish to claim on your insurance, you will need to contact your policy provider prior to seeing a therapist and request an authorisation code. Many insurers also require you to have a GP referral. Please consult with your insurance provider for further clarification on claiming for Physiotherapy.

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To contact us

Call the Physiotherapy team on 0118 955 3413

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