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'Use it or Lose it' Group Physiotherapy 

Our physiotherapy programme for older adults

  • Group physiotherapy takes place every Sunday at 10am-11am at Whiston Parish Hall.  

  • Group physiotherapy has many advantages. Our highly evidenced-based exercises are designed to improve your strength, balance and endurance, and prevent falls.

  • You will receive a combination of group-based and home-based exercises, including a walking programme. 

  • Our experienced Chartered Physiotherapist will tailor the programme to your individual needs as you progress.

  • You should complete your exercises at least 3 times a week at home.

  • We recommend you join this programme for a minimum of 8 weeks to see results. 

  • We are currently offering new customers a free taster session

  • We offer discounts for block bookings and Rothercard holders.

  • If you need more support from the therapist, as a member of this programme (who has attended at least 4 sessions), you can also get discounted one-to-one home visits.

Group Physio: My Practice
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A Well-Balanced Exercise Plan

Aging and leading a sedentary lifestyle can cause our muscles and bones to become weaker, and our endurance and balance to decline over time.

Group Physiotherapy members will receive our 'Home Physiotherapy Programme'. The exercises in this booklet are designed to improve your balance, strength and endurance, alongside participating in group physiotherapy.

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Prices and current offers

Village Physio Gift Card

Treat someone special by giving them the gift of good health. Our e-Gift Card can be used for any of our physiotherapy treatments.


Village Physio is registered with some private health insurers including Westfield Health, Healix, Simplyhealth, Cigna, AXA, Aviva, and WPA. Find out more about health insurance.

Payment methods

We accept a wide range of payment methods including cash, bank transfer, direct debit, credit/debit card, and buy now, pay later. See our Frequently Asked Questions section for more information. 

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