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Student Discount Physio in Bristol – £33

Discount Physio for Students in Bristol
Discount Physio for Students in Bristol  https://aaaphysio.cliniko.com/bookings

Student Discount Physio in Bristol

Tins of beans for dinner, studying and recycled toilet paper. Its tough being a student, so we thought we’d make life that little bit easier….

Bring along your student card and receive your physio treatment for as little as £33*.

Book online 24/7 or drop-in in person to the AAA-Physio Clinic @ Moti Running Store, 49 Whiteladies Road (Near The BBC)

*T&C’s apply – Pre-booking & payment essential.
£33 is the price for a 30 minute follow up appointment

Screen shot of the AAA-Physio booking using our online diary
Simple booking using our online diary

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Wrist Pain in Competition Tennis Player – 100% with Physio – Yeah!

Yeah things have been 100% better – I have been playing tennis regularly since the treatment and everything has been fine. The only time it hasn’t was recently when I awkwardly lifted something earlier this year and there was a little bit of pain but with a bit of rest that was all sorted.

I have had an extremely successful tennis season at uni this year. I have played roughly 20 matches, won all 10 doubles and 8/10 singles – can’t complain! Also my tennis is going well in Bristol too (we’re top of our league at the moment).

I have been recommending you to people who are looking for a physio.

I’ll let you know if things change and I require more treatment – but for now things are looking good, thanks!

Cheers,

Cameron