Priory Physiotherapy Clinic

Helping you to feel better!

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About Caroline Fox

I qualified in 1990 from Addenbrookes School of Physiotherapy and have worked in some of the major London teaching hospitals, before establishing Priory Physiotherapy Clinic in 2002.

After a detailed assessment, each treatment with me consists of "hands on" physiotherapy and an individual rehabilitation programme designed to achieve your goals.

Despite more than 25 years working as a physiotherapist, there is always more to learn. The human body and its interconnections, continues to fascinate me and I keep up to date on new developments in the world of physical therapy by attending courses and reading widely around the subject.

I am also a certified JEMS practitioner

     

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Welcome, sit down and relax

Nestled in the pretty village of Marsh Gibbon, the purpose built physiotherapy practice is a calm and friendly environment, where you will receive expert assessment and treatment, tailored to your individual needs.

 

 

We can help you with

  • Spinal Pain

    Triggered by bad posture while sitting or standing, bending awkwardly, or lifting incorrectly

  • Stiff Joints

    The sensation of difficulty moving a joint or the apparent loss of range of motion of a joint

  • Joint Pain

    Joint pain is a very common problem with many possible causes - but it's usually a result of injury or arthritis

  • Sports Injuries

    Playing sport and doing regular exercise is good for your health, but can sometimes result in injuries

  • Whiplash

    Whiplash injury is a type of neck injury caused by sudden movement of the head in any direction

  • Rehabilitation

    Rehabilitation aims to improve your ability to carry out the everyday activities that have been affected

  • Chronic Pain

    Chronic pain is often defined as any pain lasting more than 12 weeks, often persisting for months.

  • Pain from Arthritis

    Rheumatoid and osteoarthritis are common condition that cause pain and inflammation in a joint

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Initial consultation and treatment £50

Follow up treatment session - £45. Each session will last up to 45 minutes

I am registered with all the major insurance companies, they require you to get an authorisation number before your first session.

Pictures of the clinic

 

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What people say about Caroline

I came to see Caroline Fox with a variety of different issues and was impressed with her extremely thorough approach. Caroline has a caring and positive manner and is generous with her treatment time. She has a great ability to diagnose correctly and treat effectively, taking into account the whole body where necessary, rather than treating a single injury in isolation. After suffering for quite a while, I have seen huge improvement in a relatively short time and am now walking comfortably again - I cannot thank her enough

Thank you so much for getting an old man back on the golf course!

Caroline helped me enormously following my whiplash injury - not only did she help the pain, but her emotional support and advice were invaluable

Thank you so much for making a miraculous recovery seem like so much fun!

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Physiotherapy is suitable for people of all ages

Let me help put you back in charge, of your body with a treatment and rehabilitation programme designed specifically for you.

Contact us

Priory Farmhouse, Townsend, Marsh Gibbon, OX27 0EY

Phone Number: 07963 222258

Email: prioryphysiotherapy@gmail.com

Directions

Take turning signposted" Marsh Gibbon 2 miles" underneath the Blackthorn Bridge.
Proceed along this road until you enter the village itself.
Once through the village gates, Priory Farmhouse is the 5th house on the right, on the corner of "Scotts Lane".
On entering the driveway, there is a barn conversion that shares our drive. Drive past "The Barn" until you are parked in front of the main farmhouse.
The practice lies to the left of the main farmhouse in the new building

Enter the village of Marsh Gibbon and continue along the road through the village.
You will pass the school on your right, The Plough pub on your left, continue past the village pond on your right and round the sharp bend in the road.
You will then see The Greyhound pub coming up on your right - slow down!
Immediately after The Greyhound is a small turning on the left called "Scotts Lane"
The entry to Priory Farmhouse is on the right hand corner of Scotts Lane.
Turn into Priory Farmhouse, ignore the barn conversion that shares our entrance.
Drive up the drive and park in front of the main farmhouse. Once on the drive you will see the practice located in the new building to the left of the farmhouse.