The Physio Clinic

01752 202 202


   118 Callington Road, Saltash PL12 6EA

        The Wellbeing Centre, Liskeard PL14 6AT    Facebook: @saltashphysio

Welcome to The Physio Clinic at Liskeard

Saltash Physiotherapy Clinic has been providing a professional and friendly service focused around you and your goals for over 20yrs. As of March 2020 we are opening a new satellite ‘Physio Clinic’ in Liskeard at the WellBeing centre.


The aim of Physiotherapy is to restore movement and function following an injury, illness or disability using a variety of modalities. Various treatments include; hands-on therapy, electrotherapy, exercise and advice. Assisting you to reach your goals no matter how big or small. At our friendly clinic we also offer Extracorporeal Radial Shockwave Therapy, Acupuncture, Sports Massage and Clinical Pilates, which compliment our physiotherapy work well.


With our effective care and experience our team will enable you to do amazing things, do not feel you have to live with pain! We endeavour not just to make you better on a ‘quick fix’ level, but to help you keep yourself better for the long term.

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Why should I see a Physiotherapist?

As Chartered Physiotherapists we have a wealth of experience and knowledge of the whole body and its functions. Physiotherapy is a fully regulated profession with our governing bodies requiring us to keep up to date with current medical research.

We are trained in accurate diagnosis and treatment of pain and injury. After a thorough examination and when a diagnosis is established we work with you to devise a treatment programme specific to you and your needs. After all you are the key member in the rehabilitation process!

What we treat:

Back / Neck Pain          Arthritis           Whiplash         Tendinopathies            Joint Pain        

Tennis/Golfers Elbow    Sports injuries  Reduced more.

Physio's based at Liskeard:

Hayley Matthews – Physiotherapist

I graduated from the University of Hertfordshire in 2006 and have been working within private practice and the corporate sector for most of my career and enjoy the freedom to go the extra mile for my clients.

I gained my Pilates qualifications with the APPI in 2007 and have previously taught Pilates – up to 12 classes per week! I have found the Pilates hugely beneficial on a personal level with my other passion, which is horse riding.

In addition to my physiotherapy tools, I am also qualified in the use of acupuncture for pain relief and musculoskeletal disorders, and I am a member of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists. I have had success treating a variety of ailments with acupuncture from Sciatica to headaches, Arthritic knees to children with chronic pain.

I have a special interest in the treatment, management and prevention of sports injuries and for five years I spent my Tuesday and Thursday evenings, as well as Saturdays working with rugby players; Initially a local amateur team and then in a semi-professional environment at Launceston (it’s not as glamorous as you think!).


Paul Atkinson – Physiotherapist

Paul has spent the past 10 years working for Plymouth Argyle FC and prior to that working for Heart of Midlothian FC and Dunfermline FC – 18 years in professional sport! His career initially started out in the Royal Navy medical Branch qualifying through the military as a Physio in 1993.

During his career he has worked with the English Football Association U16 and U17 age group squads, Devon County RFU, is a guest lecturer at Marjon University and is a English Football Association Medical Tutor…. a fantastic asset to our team!

Paul brings a huge wealth of experience to our clinic whether you are a serious athlete or a weekend runner, wether its back pain or arthritis.

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