Achilles Heal • Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic

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Happy Anniversary Achilles Heal.

10 years ago Achilles Heal Physiotherapy opened their doors in Stafford.

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Welcome back, Ali Glover.

Ali Glover returns to Achilles Heal Physiotherapy.

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British Wheelchair Basketball History!!

GB Womens Wheelchair Basketball team finish better than ever before.

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About Achilles Heal

 

Since our doors opened in 2003, we’ve been providing a wide range of treatments to suit every body. Originally based in Glasgow, Achilles Heal Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic has relocated to a convenient location in the centre of Stafford to provide physiotherapy at very competitive rates. Professionally trained staff with a "hands-on" approach and a wealth of knowledge and experience enable us to tailor the best treatment for you.

 

With experience in treating elite athletes at events such as, the Olympics, Paralympics and Commonwealth Games, the staff at Achilles Heal Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic believe that an active lifestyle is essential for a healthier body. Our broad backgrounds of treating sprains, strains and pains enable our patients to achieve their potential.

 

The clinic is recognised by BUPA, WPA and many other medical insurers

 

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What our clients say...

 

"I've been treated by Ali for around 6 years, initially proceeding a very testing time for me athletically with several injuries. With her support and treatment I was gradually able to get injury free and get back to my best, competing internationally. Ali continues to monitor my state of fitness giving me advice and support on any bio-mechanical issuess. She knows my body and it's strengths and weaknesses therefore I have great confidence in her work. For me, Alison's experience with elite athletes gives her the edge over other physiotherapists, her depth of work with Paralympic athletes also makes her an exception to many."


Dean Miller
ParalympicsGB 1500m runner - London 2012



 

Movement is the breath of life
Inactivity is the kiss of death

...J.H. Cyriax