Chartered Physiotherapist | HCPC Registered | Fully Insured | CSP and ACPSEM Member
CJ Physiotherapy is a global company originating in the U.K. that provides client centred physiotherapy, coaching and rehabilitation. We cater for all types of athletes, from recreational through to the elite level sportspersons.
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 and everything in between.
Based in Bethesda, North Wales, (just 20 minutes away from Mt. Snowdon) CJ Physiotherapy’s mobile clinic covers a variety of locations within the area. Such locations 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 – coaching clients in their overall health, mental and physical wellbeing to decrease pain, increase function, reduce the risk of injury whilst increasing performance.
Our treatments 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 our treatment programmes reflect this.
COMPANY Director and Lead Physiotherapist
Corinne is a Chartered Physiotherapist based in the UK 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 your passion is!
Along with physiotherapy clinics, we also cover events, expeditions and races. 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
- Maintenance packages
- Expedition and Events Physiotherapy;
- Acute and wilderness first aid
- Expedition Physiotherapy
- Club talks
- Risk assessment and analysis
- Acute Physiotherapy assessment, diagnosis and treatment / referral when needed
- Sports massage and maintenance packages
- Specific strength and conditioning to enhance performance
- Preventative injury advice
- Mindset & goal setting
For more information regarding tailored packages specific for your event, please contact us.
Working with a client. MTB Himalaya, India.
Events clinics are designed to promote and facilitate physiotherapy and first aid provisions. This enables sports persons, participants, racers and clients to achieve (in a safe environment) optimal physical preparation and maintenance in keeping with their chosen sport, event and location. CJ Physiotherapy offers event support covering anything from half day races to stage races, charity events to yoga retreats, working in the most diverse and remote of environments across the globe.
Here at CJ Physiotherapy, we have travelled extensively and worked with various event organisers. We understand the environments that can be encountered during events, 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 the package that we offer is exactly what the event needs. We understand that no two events are the same.
The view from the “Office” in Haputale, Sri Lanka. Rumble In The Jungle.
What are Physiotherapists?
Physiotherapists are health care professionals who specialise in neuro-musculoskeletal anatomy. 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.
How much will it cost?
An initial assessment lasts approx. 60 minutes and costs £50 GBP.
A follow up appointment lasts approx. 40 minutes and costs £30 GBP.
For all other enquiries, please contact us to get a bespoke pricing.
How would this benefit my event?
Helps Event Organisers:
- Instill and provide a trusted and safe environment for their participants, events team and crew; in even the most remote of environments
- Offers something unique
- Encourages proactive treatment and health maintenance
- Increases fundraising potential
- Increase positivity and promotes positive mental attitudes in their participants
- Improves event and expedition safety
- Receive quick and safe treatment of acute injuries
- Feel reassured that their individual medical needs can be addressed ASAP by a qualified professional
- Trust that a health care professional is on board; for those ‘in case of emergency’ situations
- Cool down and warm up effectively
- Reduce the risk of injuries
- Maintain motivation
- Increase movements and endurance
The highest mountain bike race on Earth, though the Annapurna Circuit of Nepal.
4-day mountain bike stage race set in the foothills of the Himalayas of Nepal.
Rumble in the Jungle
5-day mountain bike stage race through the jungles, tea plantations and mountains of Sri Lanka.
Mountain bike stage race through the North Indian Himalayas.
3 Athletes, 3 Peaks, 3 Adventures
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”.
MTB Himalaya 2017
Race Communication Officer and Organiser, MTB Himalaya
Rumble In The Jungle 2017
Rumble In The Jungle 2017
Helping Paws aims to alleviate the suffering of animals through education, veterinary action and community participation.We donate 5% of all profits to Helping Paws.
Bag drop and riders before day 2’s stage race in Haputale. Rumble In The Jungle.