Sports Injury Rehabilitation

Our staff have specialised experience in amateur and professional sports injury management and advanced rehabilitation. As well as the above, we have a full comprehensive gymnasium with a wide range of cardio-vascular and resistive weight machines and equipment and machinery to fully rehabilitate your condition with specific supervision from your Physiotherapist.

We also have an extensive all weather outdoor training track which reduces impact on joints and muscles to allow early to advanced progressive sports specific training rehabilitation ensuring your safe recovery and return to sport and hobbies. As well as shower and changing room available.


You will be offered an individual assessment and the physiotherapist will discuss your treatment rehabilitation options and advise on the most appropriate course of treatment programme dependant on your problems and needs, As well as advice, education and a home programme. A wide range of treatments include mobilisations, muscle imbalance, stretching and strengthening programs, sports and remedial massage, traction, electrotherapy, taping and strapping techniques are available for common problems i.e. back and neck pain, arthritis and joint replacements, sports injuries, fractures, muscle, tendon and ligament injuries, pre and post surgery.

We are also keen to emphasise the importance of self-management and prevention of injuries. If we conclude you may need further intervention we will discuss further referral to other relevant Specialists i.e. Doctors, Consultants, for further investigations and Podiatrists for biomechanical assessments and orthotics, inserts.

Sports Massage

Sports Massage is used to relieve muscular tightness and tension, to improve tissue mobility and flexibility and to increase circulation to aid healing. Sports Massage is a deep, firm penetrative massage, breaking down muscle tightness, tension and scar tissue. It helps in the recovery from injuries and aches and pains by improving the circulation, tissue mobility and flexibility.

It can be used for :-

 ease of postural neck/back ache

  general muscle tension and aches

  breaking down of tight muscles and scar tissue

It can also be used to:-

 Help in pre sports events preparation and training to increase circulation and flexibility

 help in post sports activities to reduce build up of lactic acid and muscle tightness and tiredness after

 Sports Massage can also enhance recovery in combination with Physiotherapy Treatment
If you have not had this type of massage before, it is normal to feel uncomfortable for a couple of days.

N.B. Some problems may not be initially suitable for Sports Massage and may need to be initially assessed by a Physiotherapist.


My name is Michelle and I am a Clinical Hypnotherapist.
Hypnotherapy is an effective and beneficial treatment that can be used for a range of problems from breaking bad habits, dealing with emotional or negative issues to becoming more confident and general well being.

Hypnosis allows the conscious and critical mind to be quietened so that positive suggestions can be made directly to the unconscious mind which is more receptive to change. Whether you suffer from anxiety, stress, low confidence or have weight issues, Hypnotherapy can help you help yourself to make the changes you desire.
To be in ‘hypnosis’ is to be in a relaxed state. If you can imagine a time when you have been reading a book and suddenly wondered where the time has gone or when you have driven to a familiar destination and had no recollection of the journey. If this sounds familiar, then you have been in a hypnotic state and we experience this daily.

Hypnotherapy is natural, non invasive and can be very effective for a range of issues, so if you would like to find out more then visit or give me a call on 07708 554281.


Acupuncture is perhaps best known for its role with pain control but there is much more to Traditional Acupuncture than just pain relief. Traditional Acupuncture is based on a holistic approach to medicine where the mind and emotions are equally as important in governing ones general health. The practitioner will determine your unique constitution and design a specific treatment plan for you as an individual.

Christopher is a registered Acupuncturist with Wolverhampton Council. He has a Degree from Oxford Brookes University in Traditional Acupuncture and a Licentiate to Practice from the College Of Traditional Acupuncture Warwick. He is a full member of the British Acupuncture Council and is also on a voluntary register that has been accredited by the Professional Standards Authority. He is also registered with many private health providers. Christopher has further studied acupuncture for use in both male and female fertility issues.

See Chris’s website ( ) where you will find more detailed information and frequently asked questions about his Acupuncture practice in Wolverhampton .
Appointments are available on Mondays and Thursdays at the Active Body Center Tetenhall Road Wolverhampton.

Please call or text Chris direct on 07798 904174 to discuss your individual case and concerns in more detail. All information is strictly confidential

Braces and Supports

We have the facility to provide advice and measurement for supports and braces if required, following a specific assessment of the affected area by a Physiotherapist.

Teaching Seminars & Lectures

Our clinicians are available to give teaching seminars on their specific area of speciality in house at the Active Body Centre or out in the Community to other Medical Colleagues, Doctors, Occupational Health Departments, Trainers, Coaches and Sports Clubs and Associations.