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Acupuncture, Derby

At Central Physio we offer western based acupuncture, provided by fully qualified and professional registered practitioners.

An Effective Treatment

Acupuncture can be used as an effective treatment for a number of conditions such as:

  • Long-term or chronic pain conditions such as chronic back pain or fibromyalgia.
  • Long-term musculoskeletal conditions such as tennis elbow or Achilles tendonitis
  • Arthritic joint pain
  • General acute musculoskeletal pain such as neck and back pain

We also offer acupuncture for Women’s Health issues by our Women’s Health Specialist physiotherapists.

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Acupuncture is a painless treatment with very few if any side affects

You may need upto 4 treatments to see if acupuncture works for you. Acupuncture can have earlier effects but not always.

For more information call 01332 281411 or email:

Appointments can be booked online via this website

Physio Services

Physiotherapy Treatments

We offer a broad range of physio treatments. This means we can find exactly the right type of treatment for you as an individual. Your programme of care will be designed to help you regain mobility and freedom from pain as quickly as possible. It may include physiotherapy treatment techniques such as joint mobilisation, electrotherapy, deep tissue frictions, steroid injections or exercise prescriptions.

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Video and Telephone Consultations

Due to the Coronavirus crisis, Central Physio is now offering video and telephone physiotherapy consultations. These consultations have been introduced to ensure existing and new patients can continue to access expert physiotherapy advice and support to help manage a wide range of painful conditions.

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Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy

At Central Physio our Chartered Physiotherapists can assess and treat almost all musculoskeletal conditions

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