Physioflexx provides a whole range of services, treating musculoskeletal conditions and sports injuries from our clinics based in Stewarton, East Ayrshire & Prestwick, South Ayrshire. We are registered with all major health insurance companies. If you wish to enquire please call 01560 483200 or use our online booking form.

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Physioflexx can treat a variety of different Musculoskeletal conditions such as:

  • Sporting Injuries
  • Arthritis
  • Overuse injuries
  • Neck & Back Pain
  • Postural dysfunction
  • Muscle Strains
  • Ligament Sprains
  • Tendonitis & Bursitis
  • Post Fracture Rehabilitation
  • Women’s Health

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Your treatment may consist of:

  • Electrotherapy
  • Excercise Prescription
  • Muscle Re-education
  • Joint Mobilisation
  • Postural Correction
  • Heat/Cold Therapy
  • Kinesiology Taping
  • Deep Tissue Massage
  • Trigger Point Therapy
  • Passive Stretching
  • Acupuncture

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Desirable achievements post treatment are:

  • Reduced Pain
  • Increased Range of Movement
  • Increased Strength
  • Improved Flexibility
  • Return to Sport
  • Return to Work
  • Proper Postural Alignment
  • Improved Core Stability and Pelvic Control
  • Reduced Muscle Tension
  • Awareness of Injury Prevention
  • Improved Overall Function

Cancellation Policy

We operate a 24 hour cancellation policy. If you cancel in less than 24 hours you will be charged 50% of the session cost.

Payment Details

We accept cash, cheque, bacs, credit and debit card. We also work in partnership with insurance providers who may be invoiced for treatment costs.


Physioflexx Ayrshire have very reasonable private physiotherapy prices and have promotional offers running throughout the year.  We offer a further 10% off your treatment session if you ‘refer a friend’ to either of our clinic locations. Please see below for our structured price list.


Physiotherapy Initial Assessment, 40 mins £60
Physiotherapy Treatment Session, 40mins £55
Kinetic Chain Release, 40 mins £66
Deep Tissue Sports Massage, 45mins £55
Deep Tissue Sports Massage, 90mins £100
K-Tape Application Session, 15mins £20
Acupuncture, 5 Sessions £250
Video Consultation Initial Assessment & Treatment £45
Video Consultation Return Treatment Session £40
Streamed Pilates/Yoga drop in £9/£13

Special Offers

6 Deep Soft Tissue Massage Sessions 40 mins per session £300

To book an appointment please call 01560 483200 or use our online contact form.



Acupuncture helps to improve healing times and reduce pain levels. Small needles are inserted into specific points on the body and are stimulated regularly to ensure you get the best response. At Physioflexx we see amazing results from this treatment everyday. Our Physiotherapists are trained to the highest of standards in this method ensuring health and safety is met and you get the best possible experience.

For more information on our acupuncture service then please call us on 01560 483200 or contact us online and a member of our team will be glad to assist.


Pilates has been proven to help strengthen your inner core and reduce the likelihood of injury and lower back pain. Our Pilates classes are small and led by a qualified Chartered Physiotherapist who will ensure the exercises are tailored to your level of ability. Classes are booked in advance and based on a 6 week or 12 week block. All clients will be assessed before and after to analyse the improvements made. Our classes are led by Kate, Jennifer and Diane who are all certified APPI Teachers.


Hatha Yoga classes are available here at Physioflexx and are led by our Senior Physiotherapist Diane Chalmers who is a fully certified 200hr Hatha Raja teacher.

The most common question we get asked is what is the difference between yoga and Pilates?

Pilates and yoga are very similar in many ways. They are both low impact mind-body practises which encourage you to work closely with the breath.Generally speaking, Pilates focuses on physical conditioning, using resistance and equipment to build up strength. Whilst yoga does build up strength and endurance by using the bodies’ own weight as a form of resistance, strength is not the main focus. Yoga specifically addresses flexibility and joint range of movement.

How do Pilates and Yoga classes differ?

Pilates classes are generally more structured. Yoga classes tend to be more flexible, with thousands of possible pose variations and the potential added element of meditation.

Latest Class information:

The return of some of our face to face classes will be effective from Monday 12th July 2021 and Covid safety measures remain in place, due to Covid-19 restrictions our classes are limited to a maximum of 6 attendees. Online classes will continue to be available for those that wish to join Pilates or Yoga remotely.

For more information on our pilates classes then please call us on 01560 483200 or contact us online and a member of our team will be glad to assist.

Face to face classes in our Prestwick Studio:

Tuesday 6-7pm Pilates, Thursday 10-11am Pilates and 7-8pm Pilates

 Face to face classes in our Stewarton Studio

Monday 11am-12pm Yoga

Monday 6-7pm Pilates , Thursday 10-11am Pilates

Online Classes via Zoom:

Monday 7pm Pilates , Tuesday 11am Pilates, Tuesday 5pm Pilates, Wednesday 5pm Pilates

Thursday 5pm Yoga and Saturday 10am Pilates

Prepare for Running at Physioflexx

Running participation is on the increase with the highest number of running events now being organised. Running however, is a high-risk activity with an injury rate of up to 50 – 85 % during any 12 month period. Do you want to be the best you can be? Do you want to help yourself stay injury free and keep moving? Here at Physioflexx we have a dedicated team of Physiotherapists who want to help you do just that…. We offer a runners assessment that helps to identify key areas that may leave you open to injury or might even be holding you back from the best you can be! Our runners screen explores common biomechanical deficits found in injured runners. There will be particular focus on functional screening and movement/gait analysis, to help implement a strength and conditioning programme tailored to your individual needs. This will help to REDUCE injury risk and IMPROVE performance. Our running analysis is not only aimed at established runners but for those who are thinking about starting, so whether you are a novice, recreational or competitive runner why not call us today and get booked in for a session 01560 483 200. Every Accomplishment Starts with the Decision to Try.