Sam Havler Physiotherapy


Sam Havler is a chartered physiotherapist based in Driffield, East Yorkshire. With a BSc(Hons) in Sports Rehabilitation & BSc(Hons) in Physiotherapy Sam specialises in Musculoskeletal, Sports and Spinal Injuries. He established his clinic in 2004 and over this period he have assessed and treated most sporting and non-sporting injuries. He strives to maximise quality of life and movement through a comprehensive assessment, treatment and rehabilitation program and he is very keen on treating the cause of the problem and not just the symptoms, which hopeful breaks the cycle of injury and prevents future re-occurrence. He uses current and up to date manual therapy techniques and evidence based practice to place you (the patient) at the centre of all the treatment and rehabilitation.

His patients range from 5 year olds through to 80+ with an array of problems. You do not have to be a member of the Driffield Health hub to receive treatment at Sam Havler Sports Injuries & Back Care Clinic. It is widely used by the general public of Driffield and the wolds area. Sam offers confident treatment with a comprehensive assessment and functional rehabilitation. This includes Postural assessment & exercise, Working injuries advice and prevention as well as sports specific rehabilitation and training. Sam is an HCPC registered Chartered Physiotherapist and he is registered with the Chartered Society Of Physiotherapists and the British Association Of Sports Rehabilitators and Trainers. He can provide full receipts for health insurance cases.

We would like to welcome Claire Barnes to the team. Here is a little bit about Claire.
"I qualified as a physiotherapist in 2008. For many years I was based in an acute hospital specialising in elderly care and deteriorating patients. More recently I have moved to a rehabilitation unit working primerily with complex mulitple pathologies including strokes, Parkinson's disease and falls as well as fractures and soft tissue injuries. I am really excited to bring my skills in to the world of private practice working with Sam on a Monday evening."

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