Sports Physio

The Importance of Sports Injury Rehabilitation

Sports injuries occur when we least desire them and often when we are close to achieving our sporting goals. At Aquian we help athletes of all abilities return to their sport by creating an individualised care pathway, that will help you recover from the initial injury through to your return to play. Our specialist team will work closely with you to help achieve your sports rehabilitation goals, by providing psychological and physiological support throughout your recovery process.
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How Aquian will support you


At Aquian, our main aim is to help you return to your pre-injury level or higher. We are able to do this by providing a full assessment and creating a rehabilitation programme that is specialised to your injury, and will establish a unique return to play pathway in the safest and quickest way possible. We also create a ‘prehabilitation’ programme with you which can help reduce the risk of re-injury and can allow athletes to play an active role in their recovery process.


Whether you’re suffering from an acute or chronic injury, our experienced physiotherapists are here to help. We provide a range of sport based and exercise services such as physio led pilates, hydrotherapy training and/or treatment sessions, and fitness plans. Our team will work closely with you to achieve your recovery goals and can guide you on other areas of rehab specialisation that might be needed, eg surgery if required.


Soft tissue therapy can benefit any athlete. We can offer soft tissue therapy for specific injuries, or for ongoing performance maintenance in order to prevent re-injury, through our high-quality treatment sessions. Our soft tissue therapy incorporates a variety of techniques such as deep/soft tissue release, muscle energy techniques, trigger points and assisted stretching etc.

What you can expect

Rapid diagnosis and a treatment plan unique to your joint or soft tissue injury

Treatments that improve range of movement; muscle reactivation and skill specific rehab excercises

Guidance and practice in a range of strength and conditioning treatments to ensure long term prevention

Leverage leading muscle and soft tissue equipment - eg a Compex muscle stimulator

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I cannot recommend these people too highly, without them I do not think I would be making the recovery I am from one failed operation and then a second one which left me hardly able to move, let alone walk. Now, six months later, with the very skilled help of Steve Perry from Aquain, I am progressing beyond expectations and walking better each day. I am so grateful to Aquain.

A. Farnell-Watson


Ready to book?

If you’re ready to book or have any questions then get in touch! We’re here to help. 

We cover: South West London, Berkshire, Hampshire, Surrey and West Sussex. Other areas can be visited upon request.


Rehabilitation doesn’t necessarily end once your short-term objectives have been met, such as improving range of movement or muscle activation.
To help you maintain maximum movement and deliver longer term benefits it’s important to continue rehabilitation such as taking regular exercise, stretching and strengthening activity.
Aquian offers a range of sevices to support you on this journey to help you feel better, for longer. We’ll always just be one phone call away.


During all of our visits, we’ll review your progress including pain & swelling management strategies, measure joint & muscle function, and observe gait and functional tasks.
We’ll support you to perform to the level of function that will ultimately give you the mobility needed for daily life.
Together, we’ll set achievable goals to progress your recovery at a pace that ensures you steadily improve.
Regardless of your condition, your safety and comfort are paramount, so you’ll have access to all the support we can offer.


On our first visit we’ll get an understanding of what you’ve been through, what you want to achieve and discuss what treatment might involve. We’ll answer any questions or concerns you have.
For those awaiting surgery, treatments will include any pre-operative sessions and most importantly a plan for the care you might need when you are discharged from hospital.