Mon: 10am

Tues: 9am, 12pm & 5.30pm

Weds: 9am & 6pm

Thur: 10am & 6pm

Fri: 10am


Physiotherapy, Acupuncture, Shockwave, Laser, Massage, Yoga, Pilates, Bike fit, Run fit, Classes, Home visits, Abbey View, Shaftesbury, Dorset


Physiotherapy can be defined as a treatment method that focuses on the science of movement and helps people to restore, maintain and maximise your physical strength, function, motion and overall well-being by addressing the underlying physical issues.

What will we do?

The treatment method we use will depend on what symptoms you are experiencing as we have many different approaches we can use.

We will start with a thorough assessment of any concerns and always look at the body as a whole and if your biomechanics are contributing to any injury or degeneration.  We will test for joint, muscle, nerve concerns and then complete special test to check ligaments, tendons and other soft tissues that may be under stress.

We are the best equipped at Abbey View Physiotherapy with up to date training and equipment to get you in less pain and help you improve function and life your best life

For example, for a soft tissue problem we may use shockwave and myo-fascial release or Acupuncture to aid the muscle release and improve soft tissue healing and reduce pain levels.  Whereas for a joint related issue we may use Laser alongside joint mobilisations and provide you with an exercise plan for self management.
We will always aim to restore normal movement for you and have software to enable us to send you simple exercise programs with videos to make them easy to follow.

What will you gain?

There are many ways in which physiotherapy can benefit you on a day to day basis. From relieving pain, to increased mobility and a better awareness of your body and what it needs.

How much will it cost?

First appointment is £62 and includes an assessment, follow up appointments are then £57 for 45 Minutes.

What will you need?

All you need to bring is comfortable clothes to wear, if you are suffering with an injury then bringing the clothing and shoes you would typically wear can help. If it is a lower limb injury bringing along a pair of shorts can be helpful.