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Chartered Physiotherapist | HCPC Registered | CSP and ACPSEM Member

CJ Physiotherapy is a global company that is based in the mountains of North Wales, working alongside recreational through to elite level athletes for their physiotherapy, coaching, prehabilitation and rehabilitation needs.

About CJ Physiotherapy

CJ Physiotherapy specialises in sports physiotherapy and coaching for the outdoor enthusiast, covering a range of sports from mountain biking to road cycling, fell running to hiking, rock climbing to bouldering and everything in between.

Based in Gerlan, North Wales, (just 20 minutes away from Mt. Snowdon) CJ Physiotherapy’s mobile clinic covers a variety of locations within the area, whilst also being able to offer remote online consultations to those from further afield. Such locations can include working at your home or local gym, on the mountains or beaches of North Wales or taking on global expeditions from jungles to the Himalayas!

Our philosophy invests in a client centred and proactive approach. We coach clients in their overall health, mental and physical wellbeing to decrease pain, increase function, reduce the risk of injury and to increase performance. We use injury as an opportunity to improve.

We are proactive, using the latest evidence to provide the best treatment options to get you back to doing what you love most! We understand that all clients are unique, and so no two treatment programmes are the same.

Corinne Evans

Corinne Evans

COMPANY Director and Lead Physiotherapist

Corinne is a Chartered Physiotherapist and holds a BSc (Hons) degree in Physiotherapy from The University of Nottingham. Corinne is a keen sportsperson herself enjoying running, cycling, climbing and other outdoor pursuits. Her personal interest in this field is embodied by her passion for musculoskeletal and sports injuries work.

Corinne has worked within many sporting areas, with professional and recreational athletes. Preventative, coaching and rehabilitative physiotherapy are her main passion as she understands how important getting you back to the outdoors is!


All of our packages are tailored specifically to our clients and so no two treatments or assessments are the same.

  • Initial assessment including;
    • Assessment, diagnosis and treatment of any given musculoskeletal problem. If we are not the correct provider following your assessment – we will always advise and refer on when needed
  • Follow up appointments can include (but are not limited to);
    • Advice and educational resources
    • Strength and conditioning based rehabilitation
    • Manual therapy
    • Sports massage
    • Acupuncture
    • Maintenance packages
  • Coaching;
    • Specific strength and conditioning to enhance performance
    • Preventative injury advice
    • Mindset & goal setting
    • Educational talks
    • Workshops for clubs or larger teams
    • Educational Materials
  • Expedition and Event Physiotherapy;
    • Please get in contact for further information

For more information regarding tailored packages, please contact us.

Strength and Conditioning workshop with world-class trail runners in Kathmandu, Nepal.
Picture credit - Flawsome Pictures

Expedition in the Himalayas with MTB-Worldwide 

Expedition and Events

Expedition cover and event clinics are designed to promote and facilitate medical care, safety and risk assessments in all eventualities. This enables sports persons, participants, racers and clients to achieve optimal physical preparation and maintenance in keeping with their chosen expedition, sport, event and location. CJ Physiotherapy offers event support covering anything from half day races to stage races, charity events to yoga retreats, UK and worldwide expeditions, working in the most diverse and remote of environments across the globe.

Here at CJ Physiotherapy, we have travelled extensively, worked with various organisers and been on the organising teams! We love adventure and understand the environments that can be encountered, the risks that may arise and the importance of getting help and support from a healthcare professional as soon as possible. We work closely with the organisers of events to ensure that we offer exactly what is needed. We understand that no two event or expeditions are the same, which is why we always tailor our requirements.

Working with a rider at MTB-Himalaya, India


Why CJ Physiotherapy?

Do you enjoy the outdoors? Do you want someone that understands your interests, hobbies and lifestyle? Do you want someone that you can work with you to achieve your goals?

Here at CJ Physiotherapy, we love to be adventuring and thrill seeking and we spend all of our free time in the outdoors. Whether that be in the mountains or down by the sea! We understand that outdoors sports is not only good fro the body, but also for mental health and we always treat our clients as an individual. So if you want to work with someone who understands what you love to do, can work from the initial injury right through to the return to sport stage and gives you as much support as you need – then get in touch!

What happens in an appointment?

Your first session will always be an initial assessment. This can be at a location of your choosing, or remote via online means. It tends to be a bit longer and helps us to get to know each other. It will include discussions around your injury, lifestyle, occupation, training plans, medical history, past experiences, motivations etc. We’ll discuss your aims and goals and where you are wanting to get to. The aim of this chat is to get to know you as a person, understand your past and what makes you tick, and get you to where you want to be (usually post injury, and better equipped than previously!).

Based on the information found in the initial assessment, and depending on what the aims are, we’ll work together to make a plan of how to reach those aims. This could include things such as specific coaching, mindset, rehab, strength and conditioning sessions, lifestyle advice, reassurance, manual therapy, acupuncture etc.

We always keep our programmes client specific, we provide you with as much knowledge as possible so that you don’t have to rely on others to ‘fix’ you.

A follow up appointment, tends to be a little shorter than the initial assessment as we will already have the majority of the information required. At the appointment, it will be a continuation on the above plans, reviewing how you are getting on and progressing or regressing where needed – continuing with a focus on your aims and goals.

Throughout this first period, we will be working on different ways of using your injury as an opportunity to progress within your chosen sport. Once you are back to a base line, we can really start to work on performance, strength and conditioning, mindset, motivations and grit to increase your performance, get you back to where you want to be sports wise and reduce the risk of another injury.

You can have as little or as many sessions as you want. Some people may just need one session and be happy to continue their rehab armed with the knowledge that they need. Others may need a few more sessions to get to where they need to be. All sessions are specific to the client.

How much will it cost?

Mobile and remote appointments are available.

Initial assessment lasting approx. 60-90 minutes: £60 GBP

Up to 60-minute follow up: £45 GBP.

Up to 30-minute follow up: £30 GBP

Expeditions, events and workshops – please email corinne@cjphysiotherapy.co.uk with your requirements.

For all other enquiries, please contact to get a bespoke pricing.

*Discounts are available for block bookings – please get in touch

Expeditions, Event and Workshops - What's the deal?

CJ Physiotherapy have worked on many expeditions and events all over the world to ensure that the worry and risk are taken away from event & expedition organisers and participants. We take care of the risk assessment, first aid and medical teams. Using strategic planning and risk assessments to ensure that we always have an evacuation plan and can manage all sorts of scenarios. We have the knowledge and skills to reduce the risk of injuries occurring and manage any injuries that may occur.

We run a variety of different workshops from hour long sessions to multi days teaching smaller groups different rehabilitation, training and rehabilitation knowledge.

Please get in touch for more information.

What are Physiotherapists?

Physiotherapists are health care professionals who specialise in neuro-musculoskeletal anatomy. To the lay person this is muscle, nerve and joint pain, although there is lots more that a Physiotherapist can cover including things such as sports, cardiovascular disease, respiratory illness etc. They assess and diagnose patients and treat injury, illness, disability and disease through physical methods such as: advice, education, movement, exercise and manual therapy.

The title of ‘Physiotherapist’ is a protected professional title. Anybody that is practicing under this MUST have been to university and gained a degreed in Physiotherapy, undertake regular training, treat with the latest evidence based practice and be registered with the HCPC.


I’ve seen a number of different physios with different styles and Corinne was brilliant. She was particularly happy to work with me to meet the specific sporting goals I have, which you don’t get with every physio. Highly recommended.

Joanne Hacking Via Google Review

Corinne was part of the official race crew; making sure I would be in a fit and ridable state the next morning, no matter how badly battered I came in. I had the inevitable “hanging upside down from a tree on a cliff face” crash, and what looked like a sprain was diagnosed (correctly) by Corinne. I would go as far as saying that without the sessions and the personal attention, I would definitely not have finished the stages. Her personal and friendly style of working, is to her credit and for the benefit of her “patients”.

Gautam Chima – MTB Himalaya

Corinne is the quintessential mark and hard worker that a mountain bike race needs. She was the official physiotherapist for the 13th Hero MTB Himalaya – one of the hardest races in the world and she did a fine job of making sure the riders were well recovered after each stage . Not just that but her super awesome and pleasing personality brought such a good vibe at the camp – always willing to help and care.

Ashish Sood – MTB Himalaya Organiser

First and foremost Corinne is a very good communicator, she is able to listen attentively and provide explanations on what the problem is, treat it accordingly, and also what can be done in my own time to recover for the next stage of the race. All these traits together with Corinne’s professional behavior make her a very good physiotherapist.

Neil Reynolds – Rumble in the Jungle

Corinne was extremely helpful in my ability to soldier on through a 4-day endurance saga called Rumble in the Jungle.  Her professionalism and expertise was evident when I had some trouble with my knees.  She easily pinpointed the problem areas, worked through them with me and ultimately helped me perform at my best.  Thanks for all the support!

Dan Stauthamer – Rumble In The Jungle

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Working on running rehab in the Ogwen Valley, Snowdonia National Park, Wales (and home of CJ Physiotherapy) 


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Bag drop and riders before day 2’s stage race in Haputale. Rumble In The Jungle.