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  • Welcome to Physiokinetic

    It's time to get better

  • Specialist Physiotherapy Assessment, Diagnosis & Treatment of injuries

    to joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments and nerves

  • Treatment, Prevention, Performance

    Physiokinetic and University of Birmingham Sport – providing all your sports medicine and sports science needs.

  • Fit for Purpose

    Physiokinetic Occupational Physiotherapy – Getting you back to work, keeping your workforce at work

  • Retail Therapy

    Physiokinetic Rehab Product Shop – together, we can make you better

Physiokinetic physiotherapists have been providing a high quality physiotherapy service in Birmingham for 13 years. Our aim remains unchanged: to deliver a consistently excellent, friendly and cost-effective service.

Our team of physiotherapists have extensive experience in treating all kinds of musculoskeletal injuries, whether they are sports/hobby related, work related, or have just developed without obvious cause. So whether it’s back pain, a sprained ankle or recovering from a shoulder operation, we can help make you better.  With clinics at The University of Birmingham and in Birmingham's City Centre, it's now even more convenient to team up with Physiokinetic!


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Sports Injuries – from Beginner to Elite, Physiokinetic can help!

At Physiokinetic, we are involved in treating elite/high level athletes from many different sports, often with pressured timescales for recovery.  Our physiotherapists understand the competitive athlete’s outlook and the specific issues around their rehabilitation process.  But this doesn’t mean we can’t help you if you aren’t a pro.  It does mean that you will benefit from our experience of dealing with such people and our expertise in delivering high level rehabilitation.  Our aim is to get you fit and to help you stay that way, so you can return to doing the sport you love!


Knowledge is Power!

The Physiokinetic Promise:

At your assessment you will be provided with;

  • A full explanation of your physiotherapist's findings
  • A diagnosis and likely cause of your injury (where possible)   
  • The likely timescales for your recovery
  • An estimate of how much physiotherapy treatment you might need (based on your physiotherapist's assessment findings)
  • An initial treatment (time allowing), including a home exercise program and advice


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