Wakefield Physiotherapy

Wakefield physio clinic in Crigglestone

Call: 0114 213 4050

Email: info@purephysiotherapy.co.uk

Visit: Pure Physiotherapy, Graphite House, High St, Crigglestone, Wakefield WF4 3EF

Opening hours: 8am – 8pm

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Looking for physiotherapy in Wakefield?

Our experienced physios in Wakefield are available to help with any musculoskeletal problem you might have. Operating from our Crigglestone clinic, we’re in a great location in Wakefield 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 Wakefield 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 Wakefield, 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 Wakefield 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 Wakefield, Crigglestone physiotherapy clinic, we have other locations available.

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How much is an appointment?

An initial assessment is £45 and a subsequent physiotherapy session is £40

If you are an employee of Sheffield University, please call our team on 0114 213 4050 for discounted rates

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

Visiting our Wakefield physiotherapy clinic.

Getting here via car

Please use postcode WF4 3EF in your sat-nav to get driving directions to the clinic. Free car parking is available.

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

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Meet the team


Andrew Macharia, Physiotherapist

Qualifications: BSc Physiotherapy, sports massage

Pursuing a career as a physiotherapist has been Andrew’s most important desire, especially specialising in musculoskeletal rehabilitation for both athletes and the general population. On a more personal level, Andrew is highly motivated in maintaining his own fitness, partaking in various competitive and non-competitive activities such as football, cycling and going to the gym. He has undergone invasive surgery setting him back on his football path, however over the years has managed to return back to competitive sports with no issues. As a result of his own experiences with injury and rehabilitation, Andrew can provide a better understanding when helping his patients.


Jordan Tunnicliffe, Physiotherapist

Jordan is interested in all aspects of health and wellbeing with a holistic outlook, incorporating mental health, nutrition and exercise. He enjoys working with a wide range of individuals from those who are participating in challenging sports, to those who require lifestyle adaptations to fit their daily life.

His background includes working as a personal trainer, working as a sports massage therapist and physiotherapist. Through these experiences, Jordan has worked with varying body types and abilities allowing him to be adaptable when working with all ages and abilities whilst considering conditions which affect health.

Jordan’s approach to physiotherapy is to educate patients about their condition and how this can be influenced both physically and mentally, using exercise to make physiological changes, as well as understanding the science behind pain and pain management.

Within his work in sport, Jordan has provided help and assistance to boxers with their maintenance and recovery to ensure the prevention and appropriate management of injuries. He has also instructed bootcamps and group fitness which has given me an adaptable style of coaching exercise with the utilisation of minimal equipment.


Amina Majeed, Physiotherapist

After completing her physiotherapy degree, Amina worked in private clinics in Pakistan as a sports physiotherapist.

Amina has completed her Masters Degree in Advancing Physiotherapy Practice and has worked in private clinics ever since. She become a physiotherapist after being inspired by her grandfather. He had to learn to walk again after significant knee injuries. This inspired her passion for treating knee injuries, particularly acute sports knee injuries.