Neil Minter & Associates Chartered Physiotherapists
Transforming Lives through Rehabilitation
With over 120 years of experience between us, we treat patients of all ages. Speak to us to find out how we’ll support, restore and maintain your physical health and wellbeing.Make an Appointment
Positive, Personal, Professional
PHYSIO WITH A DIFFERENCE
We are a private physiotherapy practice in Berkshire and Hampshire. We change the lives of our patients by bringing them relief and treatment for those niggling pains and conditions that affect their lives and wellbeing day in, day out. With clinics in Sandhurst, Crowthorne and Yateley, we provide the highest quality treatment for a range of problems including sports injuries, post-operative rehabilitation and musculoskeletal conditions.
Our focus is the accurate assessment, diagnosis and swift recovery of each and every patient, using a wide range of techniques and exercises. With our patients’ interests and wellbeing as the goal, we work with them every step of the way to bring them back to full physical health.Our Approach
In just 3 months, I have gone from being unable to train due to severe pain, to full functionality and training 6 days a week.
We offer a full range of treatments as part of a wider treatment plan which we use to bring our patients back to full function. Our specialist therapists will be able to find the best approach to restoring and maintaining your health. Each programme is devised around each person’s needs and is arranged and adapted as necessary.Find out more
The treatment I received was first class. Always professional, the team kept me positive in the early stages and helped me achieve 100% recovery.
Amanda came to see me with right side neck and shoulder pain and left side mid and lower back pain.
Aaron Kuhl is a professional footballer who played for Championship side Reading, as a midfielder. Whilst playing Football, Aaron sustained a medial collateral ligament rupture.
Paul came to see me with neck pain and restricted movement, which was affecting his performance as a Professional Golfer.
Jayden Gough is a professional squash player. He presented to the practice with sudden onset Achilles tendon pain with minimal swelling, which started whilst on court playing in a competition. The diagnosis was acute Achilles tendinitis.
We support many local clubs and teams
WHO WE WORK WITH
We really do appreciate the work our local clubs do for their members and the impact they have on our local community. We show our support by working with a number of them to ensure we’re playing our part in keeping Great Britain’s future sporting heroes fit and healthy.