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Welcome. Move Well Clinic offers therapy services for injury rehabilitation as well as pain management from locations across the East and West Midlands. The clinic offers individually tailored one to one and group programmes that incorporate a blend of therapeutic services Sports and Remedial Massage, Joint Mobilisations, Education, Biomechanical Assessment, and Exercise Therapy.

PLEASE NOTE: All in-person clinic appointments are suspended across all Move Well Clinic locations in response to government measures to control the spread of virus COVID-19. However, online appointments are now available via the new Move Well Virtual Clinic, and workshops and group exercise sessions are being delivered online.

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Before I started working with Fiona I was suffering from a rotator cuff issue in my right shoulder. I didn’t have any concerns about working with Fiona really as I met her on a couple of occasions before asking for advice in the gym where I do personal training, this made my mind up that I needed her expertise to help with my pain issue. Fiona is easy to talk to and extremely knowledgeable about the human body. I like I’m sure many others with serious pain issues was expecting a “quick fix” but of course there is no such thing we just need to be patient with our bodies and listen to professional advice, most importantly take action or risk being in pain for years with the same issue. I’m so glad I made to choice to go and get help. After months of exercise therapy I’m back to full fitness, no more shoulder pain! I really can say how relieved I am to be able to train in the gym to my full potential again and start progressing in callisthenics, which was always my end goal. Very happy with the service. Awesome therapist, awesome person! Thank you!

David Baylie

Before we started to work together I had tightness across my shoulders. I had no reservations about working with Fiona. The process of working with her has been excellent, with great communication of what she is doing.

David Maynard