• Chartered Physiotherapists

    for people and animals

  • Who We Are

    We are a physiotherapy clinic specialising in providing physiotherapy to people, horses, dogs and cats in Warwickshire, Banbury and Shrewsbury.


    • We are regulated & insured through ACPAT, the CSPHCPC and RAMP.
    • We treat you and your animal as one of the family. We aim to work with you and your horse or dog for optimum performance.
    • We treat joints, muscles, ligaments, tendons and nerves, with the aim to optimise pain-free, quality movement for all animals. We do this by reducing pain, relieving inflammation & restoring movement.
    • Hannah Oliver-Byrne is the lead consultant physiotherapist and owner of Combined Physio. She has worked in sport for the last 11 years, within the equine and canine field for the last 7 years and is helping shape her profession by being the current Chair of ACPAT.
  • Covid-19

    Current information

    Important - Covid-19 update 30.6.20



    The Government has downgraded the UK's coronavirus alert level from four to three. According to the alert levels, this means that there will be a gradual reduction in restrictions.


    We are now able to return to managing all types of animal cases, no matter the urgency. Limiting client contact and maintaining social distancing and appropriate PPE will still apply. We will still be following the RCVS and Public Health England guidance until this changes, which is likely over the next couple of weeks. The RCVS flow chart is still current, recommending supporting cases in person if needed whilst abiding by the appropriate physical distancing guidance for work places to protect the team and the public. Risk assessments will still be needed and consideration of movement of people to, from, and around the premises will be included. The CSP still requires us to uphold their standards of assessing and managing risk, and establishing and maintaining a safe environment.


    A ‘Virtual First’ approach is still recommended as it enables us to triage, risk assess and gain as much information as possible without client contact. This ‘Virtual First’ approach may take the form of a video consult, phone call, email, online forms, and/or messages. We will still be prioritising cases which are emergencies, urgent, or essential to maintaining the health and welfare of an animal or person. We are doing our best to ensure physiotherapy care is provided, whilst prioritising your safety and that of our team.


    We are offering face to face sessions for animals with Hannah and Sarah too. For these cases, we shall ensure your safety by collecting your animal from the car, or seeing your horse with social distancing employed with the owner/ handler. We may wear protective clothing and thoroughly wipe down equipment between uses. If your animal needs you to be present for the session then we ask that you as well as our practitioners wear face masks and gloves.


    Face to face sessions for people will still be limited to cases that can not be managed remotely. We are still offering video assessments, exercises and advice for those that would like to utilise this option. Our secure video consults are £30 for an initial assessment and £24 for a follow up.

    We will not be taking payment by cash or cheque and we will be encouraging you to book and pay online with our new system. We will call/video you for any information we need ahead of the appointment. Even for those patients that require essential physio, if you or a member of your household has any symptoms, we will not be able to offer in-person physiotherapy.


    If I am required to self-isolate, we will be in touch to discuss the care for you and your animal accordingly.


    For anything else, and if you are unsure about whether your appointment is going ahead, please do get in touch on 07813202038 or combinedphysio@gmail.com.


  • Physio for people

    Contact us for more information on 07813 202038 or email at combinedphysio@gmail.com

    We treat a wide range of issues from sports injuries to chronic pain conditions. We offer manual therapy, acupuncture, exercise therapy and electrotherapy.

    We run clinics for our people clients in Ettington, Stratford upon Avon and Atcham, Shrewsbury at £48 a session.

    Please call us on 07813 202038 to discuss home visits.


        Video Consultations

        During this difficult time, we want you to know we can still offer support with advice and exercises through video consults. We have a secure platform that is easy to connect.


        - Price: £30 new client/ 45mins; £24 follow up


        What this involves:

        • A detailed history over video
        • Observation of the problem area and movements 
        • Advice and exercises shown and checked over video
        • A full report emailed to you

        Rider Biomechanical Assessments

        This is the perfect tool to find out how much your riding is effecting your horse.


        - Price: £50


        What this involves:

        • A detailed history
        • Observation of horse ridden over differing paces and potentially jumps
        • A report detailing recommendations for the management of individual issues
        • The session will last approximately 60 minutes
      • Physio for dogs/ cats & small furries

        Contact us for more information on 07813 202038


        We offer under water treadmill therapy and pool based hydrotherapy at our clinics in Banbury and Leamington Spa.


        We can help with:

        • Arthritis & dysplasia.
        • Injury
        • Spinal injury, stroke, degenerative neuropathy.
        • Muscular dysfunction
        • Cruciate damage
        Price- £60 for initial session/ full session lasting 45 minutes
        £45 for follow up sessions needing 30 minutes


            Other physiotherapy modalities

            • Massage/ manipulation
            • Laser therapy
            • Exercise therapy
            • Neuro muscular electrical stimulation (NMES)
            • Transcutaneous electrical neuro stimulation (TENS)


            Is your animal lame or upset when you touch them?

            Is your pet finding it difficult to climb steps, jump, sit, lie, roll over or stand on its hind legs?

            Does your animal appear to lose balance/ look drunk when moving?

            Video consultations for your dog/cat/ horse

            • During this difficult time, we want you to know we can still offer support with advice and exercises through video consults. We have a secure platform that is easy to connect.


              - Price: £30 new client/ 45mins; £24 follow up


              What this involves:

            • A detailed history over video
            • Observation of the problem area and movements 
            • Advice and exercises shown and checked over video
            • A full report emailed to you
            • Covered by your insurance


            Click here for a recent review!

          • Physio for horses

            Contact us for more information on 07813 202038

            Some indications of a sore neck or back include:

            • grumpy about tack being put on
            • bucking/ rearing
            • not going forward
            • going disunited at canter

            Do you think your horse deserves an MOT so you can make sure they can continue to do the work you ask easily?

            Do you need Physio for your horse after injury?

            We provide a rehabilitation plan to provide the best possible care from early box rest right through to being ridden and competed.
            We also offer in-patient rehabilitation and physiotherapy at Oaklands Stables, Tysoe.


            Hannah works closely with your vet, saddler, farrier and instructor if required to ensure your horse is treated holistically. Veterinary consent is a legal requirement.


            Sessions last 1-1.5 hrs at £60 for initial assessment, £55 for follow ups excl. VAT.

            Travel costs: 50p per mile


                Physiotherapy modalities used:


                • Massage and joint manipulation
                • Acupressure
                • Low level laser therapy including laser acupuncture
                • Stretches and stabilising work
                • Exercises and advice for you to treat your horse yourself
                • Neuro-Muscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES)
                • Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS)

                Combined Physio is committed to providing all of our patients with exceptional care. When a patient cancels without giving enough notice, they prevent another patient from being seen.

                Please send us an email to combinedphysio@gmail.com or call us at 07813202038 by 12:00 mid day on the day prior to your scheduled appointment to notify us of any changes or cancellations. To cancel a Monday appointment, please call our office by 5:00 p.m. on Friday. If prior notification is not given, you will be charged 50% for the missed appointment

              • Meet the team

                Contact us for more information on 07813 202038 or email at combinedphysio@gmail.com

                Hannah Oliver-Byrne

                Managing Director and Principal Physiotherapist

                Joanne Monk

                Administrative assistant

                Fiona Dove


                Sarah Yeates


              • Client Enquiry Form

                Please fill out the following form and we will respond as soon as possible.

                26 Smith Street, Warwick. CV344HS
                This Privacy Policy sets out the basis on which Combined Physio Limited (CPL) collects and uses personal information about you. It describes who is responsible for the personal information that we collect about you, what personal information we collect, how we will use that information, who we disclose that information to, and your rights in relation to your personal information.
                For the purposes of data protection law, CPL is the data controller in respect of the personal information that it collects and uses in the provision of physio services.
                What personal information do we hold about you?
                We collect personal information about our clients and former clients for the purpose of performing physio services and any follow up services that may be required. 
                The information that we collect from you may include your name, email address, telephone number, mobile telephone number, postal address, insurance details, medical details (for human physio services,) and information from your vet (for animal physio services).
                We may also receive the above personal information about you from external sources such as vets, doctors, or insurers where that information is necessary to carry out the physio services received from CPL.
                How do we use the personal information we hold about you?
                We use your personal information to provide physio services to you; the legal basis for this use is that it is necessary for the performance of the contact between you and CPL. Your personal information may be used by our employees and service providers in order to perform the contract between you and CPL.
                In addition we may use your personal information for the following reasons; the legal basis for these uses is set out next to each use:
                •	To manage our business – this is in our legitimate interests as it furthers our aims and objectives.
                •	To manage any complaints, feedback and queries received from clients – this is in our legitimate interests as it allows us to provide the service expected by our clients.
                •	To send you marketing materials about CPL – this information will only be sent to you where we have your consent.
                We may also use your personal information to comply with any legal or regulatory obligations where necessary. 
                Who do we disclose your personal information to?
                We may disclose your personal information to doctors, vets, or insurers where this is necessary for the provision of physio services.
                We will not disclose your personal information to any other individual or organisation without your express consent.
                Where will we transfer your personal information?
                We will only ever transfer your personal information within the European Economic Area. 
                How long will we keep your personal information?
                We will keep your personal information for as long as is necessary for the purposes for which we collect it. The exact period will depend on the purpose for which we hold your information; we will keep the information for the duration of the provision of any physio services and for a number of years afterwards. 
                Where we are required to keep your personal information to comply with a legal or regulatory  obligation, we will keep it for at least as long as is required to comply with that obligation.
                How do we keep your personal information secure?
                We will use appropriate technical and organisational security measures which comply with the requirements of data protection law in order to keep your personal information secure against unauthorised or unlawful use and accidental loss, damage or destruction.
                Although we will do our best to keep your personal information secure, we cannot guarantee the security of your personal information transmitted via email or via our website as the transmission of information via the internet is not completely secure; therefore any transmission is at your own risk.
                What rights do you have in relation to your personal information?
                Please see below a summary if your rights in relation to your personal information under data protection law, some of these rights are subject to exemptions:
                •	Right of access to your personal information held by CPL.
                •	Right to rectify any personal information that is incorrect or incomplete.
                •	Right to erasure of your personal information in certain circumstances where it is no longer required by CPL, or you withdraw your consent in relation to the receipt of marketing materials.
                •	Right to restrict the use of your personal information in certain circumstances.
                •	Right to data portability – this means that your personal information will be provided to you in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format where the use of your personal information is by electronic means.
                •	Right to object to the use of your personal information and direct marketing.
                •	Right to withdraw consent where we rely on your consent as our legal basis for using your personal information.
                •	Right to complain to the relevant data protection authority; this would be the Information Commissioners Office.
                Contact details
                In order to exercise any of the rights listed above, or if you have any queries relating to the way we collect, use, or store your personal information, please contact CPL using the details below:
                By email: combinedphysio@gmail.com
                By phone: 07813 202038
                By post: Combined Physio Limited, 26 Smith Street, Warwick CV34 4HS