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We follow the latest Government and CSP guidelines to ensure your safety in clinic. This has led to some increase in procedures and changes to available time slots so please bear with us as we go through this pandemic together!

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  • Tuesday 08:30 18:30
  • Thursday 08:30 18:30
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Kathryn Peden

Lead Physiotherapist

"I will bring my specialist knowledge, enthusiasm and empathy to your problem!"

About Us

Physiotherapy Nottingham

Welcome to Arcadia Physiotherapy, solving sports and lifestyle aches and pains, pelvic and post natal issues.

We use a range of treatments and skills – exercise rehabilitation, acupuncture, massage and myofascial release. Take a comfy seat and take your time to tell me your story – I look forward to helping you!

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How to Massage your C-Section Scar

2nd February 2021

Around 1 in every 4 pregnancies ends with C-section in the UK, and around 21% globally. This is an increase from around 12% in 2000. It’s a controversial topic for many, but what isn’t focused on so much is the repercussions and after care of the scar and the woman bearing it. Many scars heal […]

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Arcadia – A New Baby

23rd April 2020

It’s been four whole months since I gave birth to my little boy, and even longer since I closed Arcadia’s clinic in the Lace Market. Time really does fly when you’re having fun… and losing sleep! I did greatly miss my lovely clients and was extremely sad to close up what was essentially my blood, […]

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Ice, Heat… or M.E.A.T?

16th July 2019

I’m often asked to clarify whether ice or heat is appropriate (or correct) for treating injuries. For a long time P.R.I.C.E. has been the recommendation, and it makes a lot of sense: P – Protection: Logical. Remove your injured area or yourself from the location or mechanism of injury. If your hand has already sharply […]

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