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Perform physiotherapy

Getting you back to peak performance

Perform Birmingham is an advanced performance, sports medicine and rehabilitation centre. Our highly-skilled, multi-disciplinary team use advanced diagnostic skills and leading technologies to support people who need rehabilitation from surgery or injury, those who want to improve their overall health and fitness and sports people who want to maximise their performance.

Why choose Spire Little Aston Hospital for your physiotherapy?

Our carefully selected multi-disciplinary team includes specialist chartered physiotherapists, podiatrists, nutritional therapist and sports massage therapists all work alongside consultant sports medicine physicians and orthopaedic surgeons.

During the first appointment, your physiotherapist will undertake a comprehensive assessment that will take into consideration your physical presentation as well as your lifestyle. Once a diagnosis has been made, a treatment plan can be tailored to your specific needs.

What we can treat

Conditions commonly treated include:

• Back and neck pain
• Headaches
• Persistent or chronic pain
• Rehabilitation after surgery
• Repetitive strain injuries
• Rheumatology conditions
• Sports injuries
• Workstation or ergonomics injuries

Need some help?

Do you need help with your joints or muscles and don't know who to ask? Would you like a full musculoskeletal check over or would you like to improve your function or performance but don't know how? Book a specialist physiotherapist appointment.
Our team of physiotherapists at Little Aston have extensive experience in diagnosing and treating all types of musculoskeletal injury in addition to managing the rehabilitation process following orthopaedic surgical procedures.

Specialist services:

• Acupuncture
• Anti-gravity treadmill - AlterG
• Clinical Pilates
• Falls Prevention
• Gait analysis using bio-technology
• Hand therapy
• Hip and Groin
• Massage (Holistic / Lymphatic drainage / Sports)
• Men's health
• Oncology
• Pain Management
• Pelvic floor dysfunction
• Post-surgery strengthening sessions
• Shockwave Therapy
• Women's Health Physiotherapy (includes treatment for post-surgery, gynaecology and ante-natal dysfunctions)


Bespoke Treatment:

We aim to deliver a high quality service that provides you with a diagnosis, treatment plan and timescales of recovery (where possible). The process will take into account your normal activity levels and goals in order achieve a positive outcome that is uniquely relevant to you. So if your aim is to return to marathon running, to get back to work, to become stronger or just improve pain levels, we will design the right plan for you, building it around the latest evidenced based treatments.

Post-Surgical Rehabilitation:

Our physio team at Spire Little Aston are experts in the area of post-surgical rehabilitation, treating a wide variety of post-operative patients on a daily basis. We provide treatment for patients who have undergone all types of orthopaedic surgery including joint replacements, arthroscopic or keyhole procedures (including hip, knee and shoulder), spinal surgery, foot and hand surgery. We have access to great rehabilitation facilities (including our physio gym and studio) which enable us to get the best possible outcome for you.

How to book an appointment

If you are paying for treatment yourself, no referral is necessary and you can contact us directly to book an appointment.

If you are paying through your medical insurance, you will need a referral letter from your GP or consultant before you make an appointment.
Call 0121 580 7131 or email birmingham@spireperform.com

Opening hours

Monday

8am - 8pm

Tuesday

8am - 8pm

Wednesday

8am – 8pm

Thursday

8am - 8pm

Friday

8am – 5pm

Saturday 8am-12:30pm

How to find us

The Perform Birmingham Centre is conveniently located at Spire Little Aston Hospital in Sutton Coldfield with free parking.


Spire Little Aston Hospital, Little Aston Hall Drive, Sutton Coldfield B74 3UP

Important to note:

The treatment described on this page may be adapted to meet your individual needs, so it's important to follow your healthcare professional's advice and raise any questions that you may have with them.