Kevin Dunleavy (ex-NAVY and Haslar Hospital Consultant Physiotherapist) of KD Physiotherapy has two physiotherapy and sports injury clinics located in Cams Hall, Fareham and Drayton, Portsmouth and uses hands on physiotherapy techniques including trigger therapy, acupressure, mobilisations, soft tissue massage and electrotherapy.
KD Physiotherapy is a family run business and our resident Physiotherapists in Cams Hall, Fareham and Drayton, Portsmouth can help patients of all ages.
Expert Health care For You We offer experienced consultant physiotherapy, sports injury and complimentary healthcare services to clients from across the Gosport, Fareham, Porchester, Paulsgrove, Cosham, Drayton, Havant, Emsworth, Hayling Island and Portsmouth area. All our physiotherapists are chartered and HPC registered. We are also able to arrange home visits for patients unable to attend our clinic.
Suffering from Pain in Fareham and Portsmouth? We aim to identify the cause of your pain or problem at the earliest stage, treating it with evidence based physiotherapy treatment techniques, ensuring an accelerated recovery.
Conditions Treated Trapped nerves, whiplash, neck pain, back pain, sciatica, sports injuries, work related injuries, muscle, tendon, and ligament injuries, bone injuries, orthopaedic pre and post-operative conditions, tennis elbow/golfers elbow and arthritis.
KD Physiotherapy has two family run Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic's in Cams Hall, Fareham and Drayton, Portsmouth, PO6 2AA, Hampshire. Kevin Dunleavy is an ex-NAVY and Haslar Physiotherapist who is a specialist in treating musculo-skeletal problems. We use hands on physiotherapy techniques including trigger therapy, acupressure, manipulation, mobilisations, mobility and muscle balance exercises, soft tissue massage and electro therapy. Our resident Physiotherapists can help patients of all ages, relieving pain and treating whiplash, trapped nerves, work related injuries, sports injuries, arthritis, neck pain, back pain, muscle, tendon, ligament and bone injuries