"We succeed where others have failed"

Joy Feary - Consultant Physiotherapist

I've booked my appointment to rid this pain - what do I need to bring with me?

Where necessary, your therapist may ask you to undress to your underwear. Please bring shorts or loose fitting clothing if you prefer.

For sports injuries, bring the appropriate shoes.

If appropriate, details of your referring doctor or consultant specialist.

Any x-rays, scans, medical letters or other investigation information you may have.

Health insurance details including your policy and / or reference number.

Feel free to bring a friend or relative.

"The set-up is superb, an ideal combination of traditional physiotherapy facilities linked with two well-equipped studios for pilates, balance work and core stability training."

James Harper – Golf Professional

Latest News

Struggling for gift ideas?! Why not buy your loved ones the gift of health?!! Vouchers are available in any denomination against products and services offered by Body 2 Fit. Contact us for more information.

Are you ready for a new lease of life?

Check out our new Beginners Pilates Classes starting all the time!

Studio One, at Body 2 Fit's Wynyard Clinic, is home to the only FULLY equipped Pilates equipment studio in the North East.

We are excited to give our current and new clients the opportunity to enjoy the use of the equipment in Studio One at their own leisure, in conjunction with their current Pilates classes and / or 1-2-1 sessions.

Each client will be offered individual 1-2-1 sessions to create a personalised programme which they can use in Studio One at a time to suit their diary. There are also a range of package options available to ensure there is something to suit all needs and budgets!

A UK-wide CSP survey showed that 32% of people who have desk based work experience physical pain during working hours at least once a week. A further 65% reported back pain as the most common problem. Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) such as back pain are one of the biggest causes of sickness absence on any given day and are estimated to cost society and employers around £7.4 billion a year!

With more and more of us having the option to work from home it's imperative to have the correct seating arrangement to reduce the risk of back pain and other associated aches and pains.