Who We Are

Flex Physical Health is a small company providing the highest quality physiotherapy advice and care to individuals, businesses, public bodies, and the legal profession.

The company was started in 2006 in response to demand from the whole of the South West region, with clients from Cornwall, Dorset, Wiltshire, and Somerset, as well as more locally in Exeter, Devon.

Unlike many other physiotherapy practices Flex Physical Health does not use staff with insufficient experience to meet the exacting demands of the private sector, and whichever section of the business you use you are guaranteed to deal with a professional who has ten or more years of experience in their chosen speciality.

Tim Edbrooke

MCSP SRP BEd (Hons)

Time Edbrooke, Chartered Physiotherapist and Director of Flex Physical Health

Tim Edbrooke is Managing Director of Flex Physical Health.

He is a chartered physiotherapist with over 25 years’ experience of preventing and treating injuries in the workplace, on the sports field, and in the day to day mill of life. He has previously worked for the Police Service and the NHS, and continues to work actively in private practice and in local, national and international sport, providing expert treatment for a wide range of clients.

He currently works in Exeter and in London. Corporate clients have included Devon and Cornwall Constabulary, DVLA, The National Union of Teachers, Citizens Advice, Landmark, and the Met Office. Individual clients include international track and field athletes, triathletes, professional cricketers, yachtsmen, Polar adventurers, three day event riders, and golfers as well as hundreds of members of the public.

He regularly lectures on the subject of ‘Low Back Pain in Sport’ at conferences and on the MSc course in Sport and Exercise Medicine run by the Peninsula Medical School.

He continues to work on a regular basis with teams from British Athletics.

He is registered with most major insurers.

Appointments are available in Exeter at the Exeter Arena Sports Centre by calling 01392 445131, or in London Harley Street, by calling 0207 616 7721.

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