Physiotherapy

About Us

Established in 1996 by Rodger Duckworth, the Practice has grown over the years, becoming best recommended physiotherapist in Wokingham, and now consists of a strong team of Chartered Physiotherapists, all of whom have a common belief in a “hands-on” / manual treatment approach.

We are known as specialists in spinal and knee problems – although each individual physiotherapist has their own particular areas of specialism, which means we can offer specialist attention to suit your needs.

Due to our combined wealth of knowledge and experience, we are able to provide high-quality treatment for all musculoskeletal problems and other various conditions. We offer you:

  • Exceptional quality of care

  • Post operative rehabilitation

  • Strong communication with GP and Consultants

  • Placing your care as our priority

  • Up-to-date and effective treatment techniques

  • Wheelchair access

  • Early morning and late evening appointments

  • A friendly and welcoming atmosphere 

Here at the Rodger Duckworth Physiotherapy Practice, we aim to be at the forefront of our profession and pride ourselves on our attention to detail, we place your needs as our prime goal.

All clinicians continue to undertake post-graduate education in excess of the professional minimum standard.


Why? Because we are passionate about what we do!


Rodger has always believed that we should learn constantly and the day we think we know enough is the day we should stop treating patients!

 
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This site, and all content contained within is Copyright © 2019 Rodger Duckworth Physiotherapy, All Right Reserved.

rdphysio.com (henceforth known as ‘the site’), is hosted in the United Kingdom. Rodger Duckworth Physiotherapy (henceforth known as ‘the author’) , and all visitors to the site (including anonymous readers and comment posters) (henceforth known as ‘the user’), and are subject to the laws of the United Kingdom, and the polices detailed in this document.

Information may be referenced or linked to, but requires FULL accreditation.


Please do not modify and/or redistribute any content from this site without prior permission from ‘the author’.


Neither ‘the author’, nor any user shall use ‘the site’ to access, or enable access to any material containing the following:

  • Any computer material of a sexual or indecent nature

  • Any images or text that denotes violence to humans or animals

  • Any material that is racist, or promotes racial hatred

  • Any material that promotes or contains a threat to the damage of property

  • Any material concerning the possession, sale, supply or distribution of lethal weapons or explosives

  • Any material that, by publishing it, may defame the reputation of a person as defined in the Defamation Act 1996

  • Any material concerning the possession, the making or the supply, use or distribution of prohibited drugs, as defined under the Misuse of Drugs Act 2000