Newquay Physiotherapy

Newquay physio clinic in Cornwall

Call: 0800 989 0031


Visit: Pure Physiotherapy, Mor Workspace, Treloggan Lane, Newquay, TR7 2FP

Opening hours: 8am – 8pm

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Looking for physiotherapy in Newquay?

Our experienced physios in Cornwall are available to help with any musculoskeletal problem you might have. Operating from our Newquay clinic, we’re in a great location in Bolton to make it easy for you to get the physiotherapy treatment you need.

Our friendly physiotherapists are able to help treat a range of complaints, such as a bad back, sore neck, muscle and joint pain, tennis elbow, sciatica, knee pain, hip problems, as well as many more conditions.

As one of the most experienced physio clinics in the Newquay area, our staff will quickly diagnose your issue and get you started on a treatment plan to help fix the issues that are causing you pain.

If you’re looking for a physio in Newquay, we can see you quickly and get you on the road to recovery. If you’re in pain, why wait?


What can the physios at the Newquay clinic treat?

Our team of qualified physiotherapists are very experienced in all MSK conditions. We regularly help patients with sore muscles and joints such as backs, knees, elbows, ankles and hips. We can also help with more complex conditions such as sciatica, repetitive strain disorder, post surgery pain and many more.


How much is an appointment?

Our initial physiotherapy assessment is £45 with follow-up appointments costing £40. Your physio will give you an indication at your assessment how many sessions they think you will need to treat your condition.

Many issues can be self-managed at home, so we will never prescribe unnecessary sessions, only what is needed to help you to get better.


If you’re unable to make it to our Newquay, Cornwall physiotherapy clinic, we have other locations available.

St Austell, Cornwall – Sandy Hill

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What to expect at your appointment

Welcome to Newquay Physiotherapy! Before your appointment, it might be sensible to put on some clothing that makes it easier for our physiotherapist to assess you (e.g. some shorts if it’s your knee or ankle!). If you’re driving, please park in one of the spaces on-site – there’s plenty of room.

Please enter through the double doors and take a seat in the comfortable waiting area by the vending machine. Check in on the front desk iPad to let your clinician know you have arrived. Alternatively, just take a seat and your Physiotherapist will call you through at the time of your appointment.

During your appointment, you can expect to receive a comprehensive, thorough assessment of your problem. We listen actively to your concerns and work collaboratively with you to make a plan for how to move forward. Your bespoke management plan could include; expert advice, exercise programme prescription, massage, acupuncture, joint mobilisations and much, much more!

Our team of brilliant, expert musculoskeletal Physiotherapists are here to support you with whatever ache, pain or injury has been holding you back recently. From surfing niggles to arthritic knees, we have the skillset and expertise to get you back to feeling 110%!

How much does an appointment cost?

Initial physiotherapy assessments will cost £45, and follow-up sessions will be charged at £40.

What does a Physiotherapy session include?

Our expert Physiotherapists will ask a series of succinct yet detailed questions in order to gain a complete understanding of your condition. The physiotherapist will then conduct a thorough physical assessment of any relevant anatomical structures that may be contributing to your condition.

This allows the physiotherapist to accurately diagnose and manage your issue. Once a diagnosis has been reached, you will be provided with appropriate, expert advice plus a bespoke exercise programme.

Depending on the specific condition the physiotherapist may also choose to use massage, joint mobilisations or manipulations, acupuncture or therapeutic taping to promote tissue wellness and ultimately facilitate the complete resolution of your condition.

Do you offer private massage?

Yes! Our Physiotherapists offer a wide range of manual treatment modalities – including massage, acupuncture, joint mobilisations and manipulations.

If you prefer a specific type of treatment and wish to receive this during your session – please state this explicitly at the time of booking; we will happily find a clinician who is able to meet your needs.

How long will it take to get better?

If our Physios had a penny for every time they were asked this question…

Unfortunately, there is no definitive answer or algorithm for this. Every condition or injury, soft tissue, joint, ligament, muscle and person(!) has its own unique timeframe to feeling ‘better’.

Our best advice is to seek expert support; have the area comprehensively assessed, speak to an experienced clinician and discuss your goals – we can guarantee you, you’ll get back to your goals quicker with a physiotherapist on your team than without.

What exercise should I be doing?

Exercise therapy or rehabilitation is the cornerstone treatment modality for our Physiotherapists at Newquay. Movement is the best medicine!

Every patient who attends an appointment with one of our expert staff can expect to receive a comprehensive, tailored exercise programme. These exercises will be bespoke and specific to your needs; from a shoulder injury you picked up playing tennis to that back pain that’s been grumbling in the background for months… your exercises will be unique and specific to you and your goals.

What if Physiotherapy doesn't fix my problem?

Our Physiotherapists are experts in their field. They have a wealth of musculoskeletal knowledge, so they’re competent in identifying when a condition may need surgical or specialist care.

Each of our Physios are very well connected with local private and NHS specialists and will appropriately and promptly refer patients into these pathways should they need investigations or an orthopaedic opinion.

How long are the appointments?

Physiotherapy appointments are between 20-60 minutes depending on the appointment type; the admin team can confirm this at the time of booking.

How long will I have to wait for a physiotherapy appointment?

We aim to accommodate patients as soon as possible, however, popular times can book up quickly. If you are flexible on timings, we can often find an appointment within a few days. Take a look at our online bookings for live availability.

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Getting Here via Car

Visting our Newquay physiotherapy clinic.

Getting here via car

Directions for locals:  As you drive away from Morrisons and McDonalds on Treloggan Road, take the first right at the second mini roundabout to turn up Treloggan Lane. Follow the road up until you see the grand entrance for MOR WORKSPACE. Follow this private road for another 200m and you will find the Mor Workspace building. Please continue round to the right hand side of the building – you will find our reception area at the back, right hand side of the unit. Parking is free at Mor space, please park considerably.

When arriving for your first physiotherapy appointment please come straight into the clinic and take a seat in the waiting room. Your physiotherapist will call you through when its your allocated appointment time.


Getting Here via Public Transport

Public transport

Directions from main local transport links: a 20 minute walk from Newquay Train Station via Wildflower Lane > Tolcarne Road > Pargolla Road.

A 5 minute walk from the Kew Close Bus stop – serving buses 25, 59A, 85, 88, 93, 850, U1 and U1A. A 5 minute walk from the bus stop along Treloggan Lane until you see the Green bold signs for MOR WORKSPACE.


Meet the team


Bryony Short, Team Lead Physiotherapist & First Contact Physiotherapist

BSc Physiotherapy, MSc Advanced Clinical Reasoning & First Contact Practitioner within Primary Care, Acupuncture Qualified  

Bryony is an accomplished Team Lead Physiotherapist with a decade of experience managing musculoskeletal injuries. She is skilled in Injury Management and Prevention, Manual Therapy and Rehabilitation. She also has a refined set of advanced clinical reasoning skills which she exercises within her other role as a First Contact Physiotherapist.    

Bryony is a proactive and friendly Physiotherapist who goes above and beyond for her patients. She has excellent energy which she not only brings to her patient caseload but also to the CrossFit and Netball arenas!  


Josh Pearce, MSK Physiotherapist

BSc Physiotherapy, L3 Sports Massage Practitioner, L3 Personal Trainer

Josh graduated with a First Class Honours from The University of Plymouth and has experience working in MSK outpatient and orthopaedic settings, as well as in elite sport with professional rugby players. He has an array of treatment and rehabilitation skills that aid in the management of musculoskeletal conditions and injuries.

He has a wealth of experience in the field of strength & hypertrophy training, which has useful applications as he is able to transfer this knowledge base to improve the quality of care and rehabilitation of his patients. Josh is an approachable, welcoming Physiotherapist, with a relaxed energy that puts his patients at ease and always puts their needs first.


Kate Esden, MSK Physiotherapist

BSc Physiotherapy, Msc Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy

Kate graduated with a Bsc in Physiotherapy from Brunel University in 2001, going on to complete her rotations at Colchester general hospital. She then worked in both NHS and private settings in London, whilst completing her MSc in advanced neuromusculoskeletal physiotherapy at Kings College London in 2011. Kate moved to Cornwall in 2012 and joined the Sandy Hill clinic which has now become part of the Pure Physiotherapy family.

Kate loves travelling and scuba diving, she is even trained to divemaster level!