Hillview Physiotherapy & Sports Injuries Clinic
  01483 766 668



Welcome to our Physiotherapy & Sports Injuries clinic

We understand that choosing the right physiotherapy clinic is important to you. You want a therapist who is professional, caring, knowledgeable and accessible. Someone willing to take time to go over all of your options and treat you as a person and not just a patient.

At our Woking based Hillview Physio practice, we pride ourselves on the high standards of our patient service. We offer highly-qualified staff, safe and proven procedures and the latest in physiotherapy techniques – all with convenient car parking too!

Our team of physiotherapists, whilst having special expertise in sporting injuries, also has a wealth of experience in treating patients with wide-ranging problems; covering all ages from birth to older age.

We also complement our physiotherapy with acupuncture, craniosacral techniques and Pilates.

Alison and Christina - Hillview Physiotherapy

Hillview Physio is special. For any physiotherapy needs, we can help you. The Clinic has been established for over 18 years and has developed to become one of Surrey’s premier sports injuries and physiotherapy clinics.

We hope you will find any answers to your questions here on the website, but please do phone us if you have any queries or of course, if you would like to make an appointment.

We look forward to meeting you.

Alison & Christina

Why Choose Hillview Physiotherapy Clinic?


Medical Insurance

Hillview Physiotherapy Clinic is registered with all the major health insurance companies and all our practitioners are members of the Health Care Professions Council.

We are happy to deal directly with the following companies providing we have all the necessary information at the start of your treatment:

  • Bupa
  • Cigna
  • Nuffield
  • WPA
  • Aviva
  • Pruhealth
  • Simply Health


Please make sure you check your policy details, get authorisation if necessary and let us know if an excess applies to your policy.


No Medical Insurance? No problem!

Just give us a ring to make an appointment and we will fit you in as soon as possible, sometimes even that same day.

No GP referral is necessary.

We ask that you pay for your treatment on each visit.

Please check with the Clinic for current treatment charges .



Our initial appointments all last for 45 minutes, with follow-ups also 45 minutes unless your Insurer stipulates otherwise.

Please telephone the Clinic for current charges on 01483 766 668.

We regret that any appointments booked but then cancelled within 24 hours of the appointment time, or not used, will be liable to a charge.

We have a reserve list each day for patients waiting for a cancellation, so please help someone to have treatment by freeing up your appointment if you are not going to use it.

Our new on-line Appointments Booking System

Existing patients can now use our new on-line appointments booking system, zesty.

Find out more


When should I phone to make an appointment?

As soon as you know you need one! We suggest you call as early as possible for an appointment that same day. The office is staffed from 8.45 am until 7.30 pm. An answerphone is used if the office is left unattended for any short length of time.

Can I make an appointment by email?

No, as a busy Clinic our lists are always changing and it is therefore better to talk to a receptionist for instant availability and confirmation of time allocated.

My elderly mother has difficulty walking but I am sure she would benefit from some physiotherapy. Can you treat her in her own home?

Yes, we can arrange a home visit however, it is advisable to be seen in the Clinic where we have all our equipment. We can usually arrange for a patient to be seen in a ground floor treatment room if stairs are a problem.

Can you treat all sports injuries?

Yes, between us we have seen most injuries over the years and we understand that sports people always want to return to their chosen sport by yesterday! With our experience, we will ensure your injury is treated responsibly and give you the correct exercises and advice to ensure a safe return to your sport as quickly as possible.

What should I wear for my appointment?

Something you are comfortable in. Shorts are useful with lower limb problems. Be aware, depending on your problem, we may need to seen you in your underwear!


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