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Chartered Physiotherapist
Hereford Physiotherapy and Acupuncture Clinic
Kyrle House Hereford


Tim Holt is a Chartered Physiotherapist and runs Hereford Physiotherapy & Acupuncture Clinic in Kyrle House Practice, Hereford. 

Tim has three associate physiotherapists working with him in his clinic – Steve Heptinstall, Helen Fishlock, and Emily Peebles.

All physios within the clinic are members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and registered with the Health and Care Professions Council.

Tim qualified from the Joint Services School of Physiotherapy in 1983, whilst serving in the army. He was posted to Hereford in 1987 and soon became involved with local sports teams...


The majority of Tim’s patients have ‘musculoskeletal’ problems, resulting from injury to muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints and nerves. This includes conditions such as:

  • Back and neck pain

  • Sciatica

  • Sports injuries

  • Frozen shoulder

  • Whiplash

  • Tendonitis

  • Sprains and strains

  • Work related injuries

  • Post-surgery rehabilitation


Patients are always individually assessed. A full history is taken and a thorough examination is performed to ascertain as much as possible about each patient and their problem. This will enable Tim to devise an appropriate treatment plan.



Do I need a referral from my doctor to visit Tim for physiotherapy treatment?

No, you can self-refer by simply contacting the clinic on 01432 273234. However, if you have private health insurance, the company may require a G.P. or consultant referral.

Is your clinic accredited?

Yes, all our physiotherapists are members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and registered with the Health and Care Professions Council.

Will the cost of my physiotherapy be covered by medical insurance?

Usually yes, but as the terms of each policy vary, all patients should check with their insurers.

How long do the
sessions last?

All sessions last 40 minutes.

How many treatments
will be required?

This is very difficult to predict and will vary according to many factors. For example, how severe the injury is, how long it has been established, and the age of the patient.

What shall I wear for physiotherapy sessions?

Clothing that is easily removed, as Tim will need to do a thorough physical assessment. If you have a back or a leg problem, shorts are recommended

Is there anything I should bring with me?

Details of your medication, previous medical history, and results of x-rays and scans if you have them

Can I be accompanied to the appointment

Yes, please bring a family member or friend.


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