About Us

At Ian Rodgerson Physiotherapy practice in Hereford, our physiotherapists specialise in the provision of musculoskeletal assessment, diagnosis and treatment. Our clinic is based in Hereford Leisure Centre, providing access to the high standard gym facilities for your rehabilitation needs.

Ian Rodgerson set up the high flying private physiotherapy practice after over 8 years of working with elite athletes. His team of musculoskeletal physiotherapists share his ambition to provide first class physiotherapy to people of all ages and fitness levels.

Our physiotherapists treat many musculoskeletal injuries including:

  • Back pain
  • Whiplash
  • Neck pain
  • Muscle injury
  • Shoulder pain
  • Sports injuries
  • Hip pain
  • Ligament injury
  • Knee pain
  • Ankle and foot pain

Our physiotherapists use a wide range of scientifically proven physiotherapy techniques. Physiotherapy treatment includes manual therapy, exercises rehabilitation, biomechanical gait analysis and orthotic correction. Care is always patient centred to achieve the best possible results.

We provide a 7 day physiotherapy service to cater for you and your lifestyle.

To book an appointment at Ian Rodgerson Physiotherapy please call 01432 806 544 or e-mail info@herefordphysiotherapy.co.uk

About Us

Special Offer

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Ian Rodgerson Physiotherapy clinic are looking for musculoskeletal physiotherapists to join the team.

Please see our Recruitment page for more information.

Contact Us

T: 01432 806 544
E: info@herefordphysiotherapy.co.uk

How to Find Us

Hereford Leisure Centre, Holmer Road, Hereford HR4 9UD

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Neck Pain
Our physiotherapists are experienced in treating neck pain which can be caused from acute injury, poor postural alignment or degeneration in the cervical spine.
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Sports injuries
We specialise in treating sports injuries, eliminating your pain and rehabilitating you quickly and efficiently so you can return to your sport as soon as possible.
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Foot and Ankle Pain
Direct trauma, repetitive trauma or biomechanical abnormalities, such as flat feet, are the main causes of foot and ankle pain.

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Orthotics assessment & fitting
Many common aches and pains in your body can be related back to your feet. Our physiotherapists will assess you to determine the exact cause of the problem and form a diagnosis.