At Steps we are all senior physiotherapists that have experience with both NHS and private sector patients and we always work one-to-one. If you are looking for a professional physiotherapy clinic, that can help devise specific treatments and exercises as well as personalising the advice they give, contact Steps today and book your appointment with one of our senior and experienced team members at one of our Sheffield clinics.
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Address of this and our satellite clinic are:
32 Southbourne Road, Sheffield, S10 2QN - 0114 268 6084
14 Ox Hill, Halfway, Sheffield, S20 4SX - 0114 247 3687
Physiotherapy treatments in Sheffield
Steps physio offers a wide range of treatments, to cover a whole host of pains and injuries. We’ve covered some of them below, but there are many more physiotherapy treatments available, so get in touch with our professional team and book an appointment today.
- This includes all sports injuries, fractures, whiplash injuries, developmental problems, back and neck problems, posture, RSI, WRULDS
- Joint surgery, joint replacements (pre-op and post-op), specialist reconstructive surgery, paediatric conditions.
- Back ache in pregnancy and stress incontinence
- Parkinsons disease, CVA's
Some conditions covered:
Find out how we can help you in Sheffield today by calling our team of experienced professionals and specialists.
Start your treatment today
For quality physiotherapy treatments and a one-to-one consultation in Sheffield call us today:
0114 268 6084
0114 247 3687
We have a pleasant waiting room with disabled entrance and lavatory. There are 2 designated treatment rooms. We have facilities for both lumbar and cervical traction.
Domiciliary visits are available within a 5 mile radius of the clinic
Clare Oakley MSc MCSP I have run Steps Physiotherapy in Sheffield for nearly 25 years, where I am a movement systems specialist. I trained in Bristol and worked in London at the Hammersmith Hospital. I moved to Sheffield in 1979 where I specialised in sports injuries, and orthopaedic rehabilitation and ran a busy out-patient department. In 1985 I started my own private practice. I have a wealth of experience in treating sports and soft tissue injuries. I am a visiting lecturer on the Sports med course at Nottingham where I teach ‘core stability and athletes’. I completed an MSc degree in sports injuries in 2007. My research was published in the European Journal of Vascular Surgery. We worked at the Olympic games in 2012, where I treated many shoulder injuries as the biomechanics of these injuries are my particular area of interest. I am a qualified acupuncturist and am a member of ACPSM .
MCSP I qualified in 2003 and worked at The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust for 10 years. I specialised in orthopaedic and musculoskeletal outpatients, and gained experience in musculoskeletal and post-operative orthopaedic physiotherapy, lower limb rehabilitation, sports injuries and core stability. I have been involved with Steps Physiotherapy since a student placement here in 2002, and now work here full-time. We specialise in the assessment and treatment of sports injuries, biomechanical and overuse issues and core stability training. I am qualified in acupuncture and am a member of the AACP, ACPSEM and Physio First. I am currently doing a Sports Physiotherapy MSc and am involved in Nordic Walking research. I worked at the 2012 Olympics in athletics and hope to work at the Commonwealth Games in 2014.
I qualified as a physiotherapist from Sheffield Hallam University in 2008. I have worked in both the community setting and for the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham where my work included out-patients, hydrotherapy, intensive care, trauma and paediatrics, providing experience in a wide range of conditions, both acute and chronic. I have recently joined Steps Physiotherapy and am particularly interested in treating low back pain and chronic pain control using acupuncture. I am a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and am an AACP certified acupuncturist. I live in Sheffield with my husband and two young children. My hobbies are running, am a member of a book-club and I’m currently attempting to learn the electric guitar!
Kimberley qualified as a physiotherapist from York St John in 2008. She worked at The Rotherham Foundation Trust gaining experience in musculoskeletal, orthopaedic, respiratory and neurological conditions. Kimberley has worked in private practice since 2011 specialising in musculoskeletal conditions. She has a particular interest in biomechanical and sporting injuries and has recently finished studying an MSc in strength & conditioning. She has worked at the Commonwealth games in Glasgow 2014 and has previous experience working with ice hockey teams at junior & elite level. Kimberley is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and is an AACP certified acupuncturist. She is also a member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports & Exercise medicine and qualified in sports massage & taping.