Going through life it is an unfortunate truth that we will start to pick up small aches and pain that damage our mobility and wellbeing. Whether it is repetitive strain injury from long hours at the office or a knock from an overzealous tackle in your Sunday League team, injuries can and will happen.


Physiotherapy is a science-based healthcare profession, which views movement as central to health hand wellbeing. Physiotherapists aim to identify and make the most of movement ability by health promotion, preventive advice, treatment and rehabilitation.

At hybrid wellbeing, physiotherapy is another aspect of our complete approach to health and fitness. Working closely with the trainers our physiotherapist; Graham Hadley will deliver a bespoke programme to optimise your wellbeing.

Graham was born in Canada and trained there in Physiotherapy, Craniosacral, Therapy and Shiatsu. With over 25 years experience, he’s happy to help with acute injuries, post surgical healing or pain challenges. Don’t spend another minute in pain; book an appointment to see him today.



Acupuncture can be used to treat many conditions such as:

  • Headaches
  • Asthma
  • Sports injuries
  • Skin conditions
  • Hay fever and sinusitis
  • Digestive disorders
  • Infertility
  • Insomnia
  • Tiredness
  • Muscular-skeletal problems
  • Stress anxiety
  • Menopause
  • Impotence
  • Morning sickness and other pregnancy care issues
  • Period pains and other gynaecological problems
  • Facial rejuvenation


Dating back as early as 1700 BC, massage emerged in many ancient culture as a tool for relaxation as well as a treatment for medical conditions. From feudal Japan to the Roman Empire, physicians understood the benefits of even the most rudimentary massage.

As we exert ourselves during sports of even everyday exercises our muscles can grow stiff and rigid. By manipulating the muscles and connective tissues through massage we can enhance the function of those tissues and promote relaxation and wellbeing.

Therapeutic massage can be used as a part of physical therapy or practices on its own. In addition to easing tension it can also be highly effective at reducing the symptoms of arthritis, back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, and other disorders of the muscles and/or nervous system