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We have some highly skilled clinical therapists working with us, who will address your unique condition and tailor the treatment to your specific needs, in a clinical setting. Therapies on offer range from Acupuncture, Osteopathy, Paediatric Osteopathy and Physiotherapy.


Aim 4 More Physiotherapy

with Jordan Aimey and Ashlee Otaru 

Why Aim 4 More Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is an evidence-based profession which takes an holistic approach to an individual's rehab considering lifestyle factors. Our clients always remain at the core of their own care and we actively empower you and educate you in the participation of your rehabilitation. Aim 4 More Physiotherapy was developed from a desire to rehabilitate individuals back to full health. Our chartered physiotherapists specialise in treating a range of musculoskeletal conditions which affect the muscles, joints, ligaments and nerves. This includes lower back pain, sciatica, osteoarthritis, shoulder pain and knee pain. Aim 4 More Physiotherapy specialise in post-op rehabilitation, sports injury rehabilitation, elderly rehabilitation, neurological and stroke rehabilitation, ACL rehab physiotherapy, postural assessments and more!


Are you suffering from a musculoskeletal injury?

Our physiotherapists will take a comprehensive approach to your injury, starting with a discussion of your symptoms, medical history and most importantly your goals/expectations. We will then perform a physical examination to assess your posture, biomechanics, strength and flexibility.

Based on the information gathered, we will make a diagnosis and develop a personalised treatment plan for you. 


What to expect during your 1st Physiotherapy Consultation?

This may include evidence based exercises, manual therapy, manipulations, medical acupuncture, and education on how to prevent further injury. Our goal is to reduce pain, improve your function, and get back to your lifestyle as quickly as possible.


Aim 4 More Physiotherapy - Aiming to optimise your health and well-being!

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Physiotherapy 1st Consultation - 45 mins | £70

Physiotherapy Follow up - 45 mins | £70

Physiotherapy Follow up - 30 mins | £50

Medical Acupuncture 1st Consultation - 45 mins | £70

Medical Acupuncture Follow Up - 30 mins | £40

Optimisation Package - Physiotherapy 1st Consultation and x3 Follow Ups | £200*

*cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or discount


Sports Rehabilitation sessions and Outdoor sessions are also available after your Physiotherapy 1st Consultation - please email


Deep Tissue/Sports Massage

Deep Tissue/Sports Massage is a type of massage that uses firm pressure to target the deeper layers of muscles and connective tissue. It is often used to relieve pain and stiffness caused by injuries, overuse, or chronic conditions.

A deep tissue sports massage can be beneficial for athletes, as it can help to improve flexibility, range of motion, and performance. It can also be helpful for people who suffer from chronic pain, such as back pain or headaches.

During a deep tissue sports massage, the therapist will use their hands and fingers to apply firm pressure to the muscles. They may also use techniques such as kneading, friction, and stretching. The pressure may be uncomfortable at first, but it should not be painful.

Deep Tissue/Sports Massage - 55 mins | £70

Deep Tissue/Sports Massage + Medical Acupuncture combined - 55 mins | £70

Deep Tissue/Sports Massage - 30 mins | £40


Ashlee Otaru  is available on Wendnesday 5-7pm 

Jordan Amey  is available on Thursday 5-8pm 

Five Element Acupuncture

with Victoria Moss

Acupuncture is an ancient system of medicine originating in Asia that has been used effectively as a holistic healing method for over 2,000 years. It works on the underlying principle that illness and pain occur when the body's Qi, or vital energy, cannot flow freely through the body's energy channels, known as meridians. There can be many reasons for this, including emotional and physical stress, poor nutrition, infection or injury. By inserting ultra-fine sterile needles into specific acupuncture points, the acupuncturist seeks to re-establish the free flow of Qi to restore balance and trigger the body's natural healing response.  


About Five Element Acupuncture 


The five elements are Water, Wood, Fire, Earth and Metal and they are a fundamental and integral part of Chinese medicine and philosophy. Each element is associated with different organs, seasons, emotions, odours, colours, sounds and times of day. Everyone has all of the elements within them. Five element acupuncturists seek to find and treat the root cause of disease by diagnosing the element that is in distress. The focus is very much on the individual, not just their symptoms or illness, and treatment aims to bring about balance in the whole person - body, mind and spirit. It is used by many people as a preventative measure to strengthen their constitution and improve their immune system. It is highly effective in addressing stress and emotional problems before they lead to more serious illness. Patients often report an improvement in their feeling of general well-being, increased energy, improved sleep, and reduced stress.

First Consultation 90 mins | £85  

Follow up 45 mins | £60 


Course of four follow up treatments | £220 


Victoria is available on Fridays from 9am - 2pm 

Shonishin Paediatric Acupuncture 

with Victoria Moss


Shonishin (Japanese paediatric acupuncture) is a unique type of non-needle acupuncture designed especially for the treatment of babies and children. It has been practised in Japan for over 250 years. In recognition of the fact that babies and children do not like needles, Shonishin uses painless, non-invasive techniques such as tapping, stroking and rubbing with different tools to stimulate the meridians and acupuncture points to bring about balance in the child's vital energy (Qi) and strengthen their constitution. It is a very gentle but very effective approach and has a strong therapeutic effect.


Shonishin is used to treat babies and young children with disturbed sleep, digestive problems, irritability, anxiety, hyperactivity, a weakened immune system, and other conditions.  

30 mins - 1st Consultation | £30


15 mins - Follow up | £20


Victoria is available on Fridays from 9am - 2pm 

Osteopathy, Paediatric Osteopathy and Mummy MOT

with Karly Proverbs (MOst, PgCert SPOP, DO, DN)


What is Osteopathy?

Osteopathy is a system of assessment, diagnosis and treatment of back, neck, joint and muscle pain. It works with the structure and function of the body and is based on the principle that the well-being of an individual depends on the skeleton, muscles, ligaments and connective tissues functioning smoothly together. Osteopathy provides a tailored, whole-person approach to healthcare, aiming to understand your individual history, circumstances and unique physiology, and provide you with a personalised health plan. Health improvement plans generally include manual therapy, health information, self-management advice and support and exercise therapy, as determined by the individual needs of the patient.

Osteopaths are statutorily regulated by the GOsC and are allied health professionals (like physiotherapists and occupational therapists). They are trained to screen for medical conditions and will tell you if you need to see another health professional such as your doctor or midwife.

How can Osteopathy help you?

Osteopathic patients range from babies and children to older people and pregnant women. Osteopathy can help with the following conditions:

  • Aches and pains

  • Arthritic pain

  • Back pain

  • Circulatory problems

  • Cramp

  • Digestion problems

  • Headache arising from the neck

  • Joint pains, including shoulder pain (eg frozen shoulder) and elbow pain (eg tennis elbow)

  • Headache arising from the neck

  • Lumbago

  • Migraine prevention

  • Minor sports injuries

  • Muscle spasms

  • Neck pain

  • Rheumatic pain

  • Sciatica

  • Tension and inability to relax

What to expect

You will generally have 45 to 60 minutes for your first appointment so that Karly can discuss your condition and establish what you need from the treatment. Karly will also ask you about your past medical history, any supplements or medications you take and your day-to-day life.


To ensure a thorough examination, you will be asked to undress down to your underwear; leggings, loose shorts and vest tops are fine too. Karly will look at the way you move during active movements and there will be hands on examination. In some cases, further tests such as taking your reflexes, or your blood pressure may be required. There are some instances where Karly may suggest you have further tests such as an X-ray or MRI.



Karly will provide a clear explanation of her findings with you and discuss a treatment plan which will include what she can do to help you. Questions are encouraged as understanding why a particular treatment plan has been recommended is an important part of rehabilitation and preventative care.


Karly tends to treat using hands on therapy such as joint mobilisation, articulation, stretching, cranial osteopathy, visceral osteopathy and massage. Exercise rehabilitation is also an important part of osteopathic care and Karly will prescribe exercises and self-care advice which is tailored to you.

Paediatric Osteopathy - Newborn babies and children

Osteopathy is a gentle treatment which is suitable for babies and children. When treating babies, Karly uses techniques such as cranial osteopathy which is safe and non-manipulative and may have a soothing effect.

Karly has up to date paediatric first aid training and holds and enhanced DBS.


The treatment room is entirely on the ground floor, so it is accessible to buggies.


For enquiries please email:

Osteopathy 1st Consultation - 60 mins | £80

Please email to book.

Osteopathy Follow Up - 30 mins | £60



Karly is available on Wednesdays from 9am - 2pm

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with Emma Corry MA (Oxon), MOst

What is Osteopathy?

Many people think of osteopathy as a treatment for back and muscle pain. In fact osteopathy can help you with many other issues too including digestive problems, headaches and migraines, and more.

Osteopathy is a gentle and effective hands-on approach to health that uses touch, physical manipulation, stretching and massage to relieve muscle tension, improve the blood supply to nerves and tissues and increase mobility of the joints. It is a whole-body approach that can have a positive effect on pain, general health and regulation of the nervous system.

How can I help you?


I offer a holistic approach with treatment plans tailored to you and your symptoms and lifestyle. I work with everyone from desk-bound professionals to sporty teenagers, pregnant women and older people.My treatments are suitable for the management of acute and chronic conditions.


As a registered Osteopath I am a highly trained clinician regulated by the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) and recognised as allied health professional, (those who can work alongside medics in the NHS). Most Osteopaths take four years to train. The minimum qualification to become an osteopath is a degree including at least 1000 hours of clinical practice.


Please get in touch with me for a chat about how I could help you:

Osteopathy First Consultation - 60 mins | £85 

Osteopathy Follow Up - 30 mins | £60



Emma is available on Mondays from 9am - 2pm 

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