Epsom Physiotherapy Clinic
Expert Care for Pain Relief

Discover expert, personalised, and convenient physiotherapy and sports massage services in Epsom, Surrey, and the surrounding areas.

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At our Epsom physiotherapy clinic, we specialize in providing effective treatments for individuals suffering from tissue, joint, or muscle pain due to injury or illness. Our Chartered physiotherapists have extensive experience in diagnosing and treating a wide range of musculoskeletal issues, from physio for back pain to pelvic floor physiotherapy.

Our dedicated physiotherapists will design a rehabilitation plan tailored to your specific needs, considering factors such as the severity of your condition, mobility, age, and the cause of your pain. Your initial appointment with us will involve a comprehensive physical examination by a qualified clinician to ensure an accurate diagnosis before treatment. We will discuss the best approach to your recovery, which may include a combination of physio exercises, sports massage, hydrotherapy, and dry needling, all available at our Surrey physio clinic. We also offer virtual physio exercise appointments via video call for you convenience.

Our clinic’s central location in Epsom is ideal for residents and workers in Epsom, as well as nearby areas like Sutton, Mitcham, Chessington, Ashtead, and Leatherhead. Whether you’re dealing with back pain, knee pain or arthritis, contact us today or book an appointment online at our Surrey physio clinic.

Convenient Location at David Lloyd Epsom

Our clinic is conveniently located inside the David Lloyd club in Epsom, next to Horton Country Park in the heart of Surrey’s green belt. Epsom, a historic market town, is just 15 miles southwest of London. Our facility offers access to health and fitness club amenities, including well-equipped treatment rooms, fitness suites, gym facilities, and even a swimming pool if needed.

If you’re in search of a local ‘deep tissue massage’ or require assistance with issues like muscle spasms, sciatic pain, headaches, or migraines, our experienced team is here to help.

Useful to Know:

  • All Response Physio clinics within David Lloyd Leisure Clubs, including Response Physio Epsom, are open to both club members and non-members.
  • You don’t need a GP referral to schedule an appointment with us; we offer a self-pay option for all customers.
  • We are recognized by major private health insurers, including AXA, BUPA, AVIVA, and Nuffield. Please review your health insurance plan’s terms and conditions to confirm coverage.

Useful to know:

  • All Response Physio clinics within David Lloyd Leisure Clubs, including Response Physio Epsom, are open to both members and non-members of the club
  • We do not require a GP referral to book an appointment with us – we provide a self-pay option to all customers 
  • We are recognised by all major private health insurers, including AXA, BUPA, AVIVA and Nuffield*

*Please see the terms and conditions of your health insurance plan before you book an appointment just to make sure you are covered.










Our mission is to effectively treat musculoskeletal disorders, pain, and injuries through personalized hands-on treatment, rehabilitation, exercise, and expert advice. Whether you’re dealing with recent onset pain or a long-term condition involving muscles, joints, or soft tissues, physiotherapy can play a crucial role in your recovery. Whether you have an unknown condition with an unclear cause or an injury due to an accident or fall, start your road to recovery today by booking an appointment with our friendly physiotherapist team in Epsom.

Our team of friendly physiotherapists in Epsom can help with a wide range of conditions, including:


We understand the frustration of waiting for treatment while dealing with pain or injury. That’s why we offer the option to self-refer and self-pay for treatment, eliminating the need for a doctor’s referral. Our physiotherapists and sports massage therapists are here to help anyone experiencing musculoskeletal pain. Additionally, we are recognized by all major health insurers if you wish to use your private health insurance for coverage. However, we recommend checking with your insurer beforehand. Visit our specialized physiotherapy clinic in Epsom today, or explore our other nationwide clinic locations.

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Block booking prices are available for both physio and sports massage. Please see physiotherapy special offers for more detail.

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Physiotherapy FAQ's

Physiotherapy is a healthcare discipline aimed at restoring and enhancing an individual’s physical function, mobility, and overall well-being while alleviating pain resulting from injuries, illnesses, or disabilities. Additionally, it plays a pivotal role in mitigating the risk of future injuries or health issues by bolstering the strength and function of the affected areas.

While physiotherapists are not medical doctors, physiotherapists are experts in assessing and treating musculoskeletal and physical health issues. They play a crucial role in helping patients recover from injuries, manage chronic conditions, and improve their overall physical wellbeing.

When attending a physiotherapy appointment, it’s important to wear clothing that allows for easy access to the area of your body that requires assessment and treatment. Wear loose-fitting and comfortable clothing that is easy to move in.

The first appointment, which is often the initial assessment is an hour. During this session, the physiotherapist will gather detailed information about your condition, medical history, and goals, and conduct a comprehensive evaluation of your physical health.

Follow-Up Appointments are generally shorter, usually 30 minutes. These sessions are focused on implementing the treatment plan, which may include therapeutic exercises, manual therapy, and other interventions.

Yes, physiotherapy can be highly beneficial for people with arthritis. Arthritis is a chronic condition that affects the joints and can lead to pain, stiffness, reduced mobility, and functional limitations. Physiotherapists play a key role in helping individuals with arthritis manage their symptoms and improve their quality of life

Yes, physiotherapy can be very effective in helping to alleviate neck pain. Neck pain can be caused by a variety of factors, including muscle strain, poor posture, injuries, and underlying medical conditions. Physiotherapists are skilled in assessing and treating the underlying causes of neck pain and can develop a tailored treatment plan to address the specific issues that you are experiencing.

Self-referral for physiotherapy can be done by contacting the clinic directly, either by phone or online, to schedule an appointment. Additionally, using medical insurance to cover physiotherapy services is another option worth exploring.

The cost of the initial assessment is different from follow-up appointments. Initial assessments typically involve a more comprehensive evaluation and are 60 minutes.  They cost £70 per hour. Follow up sessions are for 30 minutes and cost from £45 to £50 depending on location.

Private physiotherapy clinics often have shorter wait times for appointments, so if you need to see a physiotherapist quickly, this may be a good option. Private clinics offer more flexibility in terms of appointment times, including evenings and weekends.


Sports massage is a targeted and therapeutic form of massage designed to enhance athletic performance, prevent injuries, and aid in the recovery process. Tailored to the specific needs of athletes and active individuals, this specialised massage technique focuses on addressing muscle tension, promoting flexibility, and improving circulation.

Yes, you can generally exercise after a sports massage, and many athletes and active individuals find it beneficial. Sports massage can help prepare your muscles for exercise by reducing tension, increasing flexibility, and improving circulation. It may enhance your overall performance and reduce the risk of injury during your workout or training session.

However, it’s essential to listen to your body. While some people feel invigorated and ready to exercise immediately after a sports massage, others may prefer a bit of time to rest and allow the effects of the massage to fully take hold. If you choose to exercise after a sports massage, start with a gradual and gentle warm-up to assess how your body responds.

It’s generally safe for pregnant women to receive a sports massage, but it’s crucial to communicate openly with the massage therapist. Sports massage can be modified to accommodate pregnancy, focusing on areas that need attention while avoiding specific pressure points and techniques that might be contraindicated during pregnancy.

Always consult with your doctor or midwife before getting a sports massage or any other type of massage during pregnancy.

Sports massage often involves deep tissue work to target specific muscle groups, release tension, and improve flexibility. The pressure applied can lead to a sensation of discomfort, but it should not be unbearable. If you experience any pain that feels beyond your comfort level or if the pressure is too intense, let your physiotherapist know immediately so they can adjust their approach.

After a sports massage, it’s normal to feel a bit sore. This soreness is typically temporary and should give way to improved flexibility and reduced muscle tension over time.

Our targeted techniques enhance flexibility, prevent injuries, and speed up recovery. By addressing tension and promoting a wider range of motion, we proactively reduce muscle imbalances and tightness, minimising injury risks. Our massages improve circulation and lymphatic drainage for quicker recovery, reducing post-exercise soreness.

The ideal frequency of sports massages depends on factors like your activity level and training intensity. For intense training, weekly or bi-weekly sessions, with increased frequency before events, can be beneficial. Those with less intense activity might find monthly sessions sufficient. Tailor the frequency to your specific needs by listening to your body and consulting with your physiotherapist.

Physiotherapists advise you to wear comfortable clothing, and arrive a few minutes early. It is advisable to drink and hydrate beforehand to enhance the effectiveness of the session.

Deep tissue massage targets chronic muscle tension, providing sustained pressure for pain relief and improved range of motion. Sports massage, tailored for athletes, emphasises performance enhancement, injury prevention, and faster recovery through dynamic techniques. While both address muscle issues, deep tissue focuses on tension release, while sports massage integrates strategies for active individuals to optimise their physical activities.

Response Physio & Sports Therapy is located inside David Lloyd Leisure club in Epsom.  It is easily accessible and offers sports massage treatments for 3o minute or 60 mins.  Non members welcome.

Declan Geran
Senior Physiotherapist and Area Lead
Ben James
MSK Physiotherapist

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Response Physio & Sports Therapy
Response Physiotherapy, David Lloyd Epsom, Central Boiler House, Horton Ln, Epsom KT19 8PL
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Mon - Fri: 8am to 8pm | Sat: 8am to 12am

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