Recover Physio at The Nest, Norwich
Recover Physio at The Nest, Norwich

Opened in 2021, our physiotherapy clinic at The Nest serves customers in Norwich and surrounding areas of North Norwich and Norfolk, including Drayton, Taverham, Hellesdon and Old Catton.

Uniquely, our clinic at The Nest provides the opportunity to use outdoor facilities as part of rehabilitation. This makes our clinic at The Nest ideal for sports physiotherapy, with access to a grass and 3G flood-lit pitch.

The Nest is also fully wheelchair accessible and offers ample blue badge parking, making it ideal for customers with reduced mobility.

Physiotherapy Services

We offer the following services at The Nest physiotherapy clinic:

  • Physiotherapy - Evidence-based treatment designed to promote recovery from illness, injury and disability.
  • Sports Massages - Relieve aches and pains, whether caused by sports injuries or other sources of muscle soreness
  • Sports Rehabilitation - At The Nest we have access to large outdoor spaces where we can provide rehabilitation for team sports such as football and cricket as well as giving us the space to assess your running in a larger area.  We also have a treadmill in our clinic room with the ability to film and assess your gait

The most common issues we treat at The Nest include:

  • Osteoarthritis of the knees and hips
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Lower back and neck pain
  • Shoulder symptoms
  • Rehabilitation from surgeries
  • Sports injuries including pulled muscles or damaged ligaments
  • Nerve pain including sciatica and referrals to the legs or arms
  • Developmental pains in children

…and many more.

Why Choose Recover Physio?

We’ve been serving happy customers in Norwich since 2012, thanks to our vision to create a different kind of Physiotherapy practice, focused on permanent recovery rather than pain management alone. We work with people of ages and activity levels, specialising in treating muscular, skeletal and nervous system issues.

We pride ourselves on giving everyone the time to talk through their problems, allowing us to fully understand and help in the best way we can. We work closely with our patients to deliver treatment programmes that get results, while providing friendly support and encouragement at every step along the way. 

The first step is to book an Initial Assessment, where you’ll have the chance to talk through your issue and receive an assessment to diagnose the problem. We’ll then start a treatment programme, which will include hands-on therapy alongside rehabilitation exercises you should do at home between sessions, and why they’re needed.

Book your Initial Assessment online via the button below.

Getting Here

  • The Nest is easily accessible by car, just off Holt Road in the North West of Norwich, close to Norwich Airport
  • Ample free parking available onsite
  • Fully wheelchair accessible access

Customer Experience

On arrival, please go through the main entrance and straight to the main reception to the left, where the team will show you to our waiting area. You will be greeted by your Physiotherapist who will explain the whole process of the appointment and give you the time to explain your issue so we know exactly what your problem is. They will then assess and diagnose any problems and begin a treatment and rehabilitation programme.  We always ensure our patients are central to their own rehabilitation and understand how each treatment technique or exercise is addressing.

Other Locations

You can also visit Recover Physio in Norwich city centre at our Princes Street clinic, with easy access by car or public transport.

Our Team

Callum McVeigh, physiotherapist at Recover Physio

Callum McVeigh


Callum McVeigh became a physiotherapist in order to help people. His aim is always to work comprehensively...

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Tom Luxton

Tom Luxton


Tom Luxton is a chartered Physiotherapist who graduated from the University of East Anglia with a MSc...

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Oliver Keenan

Oliver Keenan


Oliver is a qualified physiotherapist specialising in the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions...

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