Physiotherapy | Kent Sports Clinic

Physiotherapy appointments

What is physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is a manual treatment process, involving one-on-one assessments with a trained physiotherapist. Our staff listen to your concerns, assess your individual needs, and create a tailored treatment plan. This may involve massage, advice on exercise and movement, and strength-based sessions.

  • Sports and musculoskeletal injuries
  • Manual therapy treatment
  • 45-minutes initial and follow-up assessments
  • Advice on recovery, flexibility and rehabilitation
  • Exercises at home to aid recovery 

Physiotherapy services

Face-to-face appointments

A one-to-one consultation and assessment with our qualified physiotherapy staff where you will be assessed and provided with exercises and advice on a range of matters.

Online consultations

We offer 30-minute online consultations for those not able to join us. This can be done through a video call with our qualified staff.

"Although an online consultation is not quite the same, Vicky identified key problems in my workplace setup. I feel very supported that she understands the physical perils of academic work and has given me tools to address them. I am very grateful!"

Law Academic, University of Kent Staff

Physiotherapy hours and prices

The physiotherapy treatment bays are located within the Sports Centre on the University of Kent's Canterbury campus. Appointments are available on the following days:

Mondays – 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 6pm

Tuesdays to Fridays - 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm

Physiotherapy prices

See table below for physiotherapy pricing. 

Key links and information


Qualified face-to-face appointments

45-minute initial consultation and 45-minute review appointments.

Kent Sport member - £34

Kent Sport Pay to Play member - £44


Qualified online consultations

30-minute appointment

£25 per session

£40 for 2 sessions

The exercises [Vicky] sent me seem to have worked wonders. I went for a run and have had no pain since.

University of Kent staff member

Occupational Health referrals

We work with the Occupational Health Team who refer University of Kent students and staff struggling with underlying joint and muscle problems that affect their work or study. 

For further details, please contact

Occupational Health website