Winchester Health Clinic
Winchester Health Clinic is a physiotherapy clinic that provides high quality assessment and treatment. We believe in the power of education and are passionate that students are at the heart of the clinic.View content
Winchester Health Clinic is a physiotherapy clinic that provides high quality assessment and treatment. We believe in the power of education and are passionate that students are at the heart of the clinic.
Our core mission is to ensure high-quality physiotherapy assessment and treatment is accessible to everyone – this is reflected in the low cost of appointments. We focus on the empowerment of patients, educating them about their condition and giving them strategies to not only reduce the pain but prevent injuries from reoccurring. Our vision is to expand our service to be able to offer nutrition and dietetics clinics, occupational therapy clinics and sports therapy clinics – stay tuned for further updates on this.
We provide an environment which supports education and offers a premium service bringing cutting-edge, evidence-based physiotherapy to our clients. Our clinics will often be run by physiotherapy students, always overseen by a qualified member of staff.
We are delighted to now be offering an Aquatic Physiotherapy Class in the Winchester Sport and Leisure Park, hydrotherapy pool. The class is delivered over a four-week block, led by our experienced physiotherapist, and supported by our physiotherapy students. The class is perfectly suited for those individuals who are struggling with land-based exercises, pre or post operation or even looking to improve their balance and co-ordination.
You must be able to enter the pool independently and the class will be a supportive environment to help you achieve your goals, as well as having some fun along the way! The class is currently being ran on a Friday at 11am, although we are looking to expand our offerings so if you are interested but unable to make it, please let us know at email@example.com
Each session costs £40
University of Winchester staff, Winchester Leisure Centre members and selected partners cost £30
University of Winchester Students are able to get a discounted price of £20
Your first appointment will be 45 minutes long. During which the physiotherapist or student will establish the background of your pain or discomfort, potential causes for this, and to formulate a treatment plan.
This will involve a mix of both talking and a physical examination. A physical examination involves the therapist looking at your movement and strength, as well as often palpating, or feeling, the area. The purpose of the physical examination is to establish which structure is causing the issue or discomfort.
Please come to your appointment appropriately dressed. Your clothes need to allow the therapist to assess the issue appropriately, for example a vest top for a shoulder assessment, or shorts for a lower limb assessment. If appropriate clothing is not worn, the physiotherapist may not be able to properly assess you.
You can contact the clinic by calling 01962 826369
Or emailing WinchesterHealthClinic@winchester.ac.uk
Winchester Health Clinic is based at the new Winchester Sport and Leisure Park.
Bar End Road,
Winchester Sport & Leisure Park - Everyone Active
Parking at the Leisure Park is free for 3 hours.
Travelling by bus
- The park and ride bus runs every 15 minutes from Winchester Sport and Leisure Park and a ticket will cost £1.60. No 4 bus runs from Milland Road every hour.
- If you are travelling by bus from elsewhere in the Winchester area, you can now buy a through ticket to use on the Park and Ride buses to help you get to the Leisure Centre easily.
- Timetables are available at the bus stops and further stagecoach bus information is available at www.stagecoachbus.com. The stagecoach app provides real-time information on bus services.
- Winchester railway station is 25 minute’s walk away, 15 minutes by the park and ride bus or less than 10 minutes by bike.
For other travelling options view the Green Travel Leaflet
Liam Newton – Clinic Manager & Physiotherapist
Liam is a specialist Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist who completed his Physiotherapy training at The University of Birmingham in 2015. After graduating, Liam worked in the NHS progressing to a Senior Physiotherapist providing a high level of care to a wide range of patients as well as running spinal and exercise rehabilitation classes. Following his time in the NHS, Liam worked at Hampshire Cricket supporting the academy and senior team delivering high level injury assessment and rehabilitation. After three seasons in cricket, Liam progressed on to work at Southampton Football Club Academy supporting the next generation of football players.
Alongside his clinical experience Liam has gained The Association of Charter Physiotherapist in Sport and Exercise Medicine (ACPSEM) Bronze accreditation, published research within elite sport and is currently completing a Masters in Sports Physiotherapy at The University of Bath. Liam is passionate about providing this elite level of care to all his patients and believes in the importance of taking time to understand patient’s goals and backgrounds to maximise their outcomes.
Sophie Gay – Head of Practice Learning
Sophie is a physiotherapist by background and has enjoyed a varied and diverse career in private practice and the NHS. Sophie has worked at the University since 2018, and is responsible for securing student placements across the Faculty of Health and Wellbeing.
Sophie’s role is to provide a link between the clinic and the University, ensuring that there is synergy between high-quality learning environment for students, and a high-quality service for patients