Warwick Physio+ Rehab is a physiotherapy and rehabilitation clinic based in Kenilworth. Warwick...
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Physiotherapy services are easy to find in Birmingham. While many operate during weekdays only, there are several that open on Saturdays, and most practices also offer early morning and evening appointments. If travelling to the clinic is a problem, then there a couple of practices that provide a home visit service. If your needs run towards the sports injury side of the physio spectrum then you will find plenty of sports physios offering remedial massage, as well as biomechanical and postural analysis. Information on prices for initial and follow-up appointments, opening times and the type of services offered can all be found on the Zesty website.
New Street Station is Birmingham's main National Rail station. There's also the local Metro rail service, which links central Birmingham and the surrounding areas.
Many physios in Birmingham can also be reached via bus from the city centre; for example, routes 9 (Worcester street/Hagly road), 24 (Harborne), 33 (Kingstanding), 37 (Warwick Road and Stratford Road), 126 (Portway Lifestyle Centre) and 997 (Anchor Road).
If arriving by car, there's ample parking space in numerous multistorey and council car parks, as well as free and metred street parking.