Move Freely | Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic | Edinburgh

Edinburgh Physiotherapy | sports physio


What we Treat

Spinal Treatment

Specialist Spinal Treatment

Tamars – IDD Therapy – Progressive Rehab

Knee pain treatment

Lower Limb Physio

Deep Tissue Laser Therapy – Dry Needling – Kinetisense – Rehab

neck pain shoulder pain

Upper Limb Physio

Deep Tissue Laser Therapy – Dry Needling – Kinetisense – Rehab

Why PHYSIOTHERAPY at Move Freely

Physiotherapy at Move Freely Edinburgh (EH3), is a private physiotherapy clinics staffed by a team of Physiotherapists and Sports Therapist who are specialists in musculoskeletal pain and injury. We specialise in treating back and neck pain, sports injuries, shoulder and elbow pain, and hip, knee and ankle pain.

All Move Freely Physiotherapists are members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, and the Health & Care Professions Council.


Why us?


Specialist Physios

As Specialists in back pain, sports injuries, tendon injuries, knee and shoulder pain, we help you get better, faster.




All our physiotherapists have qualifications at least to BSc in Physiotherapy level.



Our Testimonials

Move Freely receives superb feedback week after week, month after month, year after year. Testimonials



We are always utilising the latest technology to help our patients recover faster: We have a custom app for rehab plans, Kinetisense 3d motion capture, Deep tissue laser therapy, Tamars spinal mobilisation and IDD spinal disc treatment. 



Physiotherapy Initial Assessment45 mins£65
Follow Up Physiotherapy Treatment45 mins£65
6 x 45 mins Follow Up Physiotherapy Treatments£330 (£60 discount)
10 x 45 mins Follow Up Physiotherapy Treatments£500 (£150 discount)


Book your appointment today to see one of our specialists at Move Freely!

Central Edinburgh clinic.



More To Explore

What is Spondylolisthesis?

What is Spondylolisthesis?

Spondylolisthesis is where one of the vertebrae slips forwards, this causes instability in the spine and can cause pain.

It most commonly occurs in the lower back but can also happen in the mid to upper back and the neck.

Does bending your back cause back pain?

Does bending your back cause back pain?

We have all been told “don’t bend your back like that”, “sit up straight” or “keep your back straight when you lift”?But is this true? Should we be afraid to bend over? Will our spines all break if we don’t keep them straight or is it just part of normal life?

Here’s what we teach to our back pain patients every day at Move Freely and why we are doing it differently from most Physiotherapy clinics.