Alpine Physiotherapy brings gold standard clinicians to Harpenden, within a luxury treatment facility. Our task is to help you regain full function in the least number of sessions. We will work with you to help you achieve your goals via current evidence based medicine. Please contact us should you require further information.

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Due to Covid-19 guidelines that medical facilities offer only urgent face to face appointments; Alpine Physiotherapy has switched to virtual consultations.

Sports Massage in Harpenden


Read on to learn of the health benefits of massage and Alpine's great deal - only until the end of February

Building a sweat at Feel Hot Yoga


Catherine teaches the second cohort of trainee yogis at our local hot yoga studio

The Rusty Link: Alpine Physiotherapy provides the 'bottom' line


Catherine from Alpine Physiotherapy discusses how some overlooked muscle groups are key to many sporting disciplines and play a vital role in helping avoid injury....

Snow means play


If you are needing an urgent appointment with a Harpenden physiotherapist then we can accommodate you at Alpine. Although many of you have had fun in the recent snow the next few days will a rise in muscoloskeletal injuries. Here at Alpine we can offer free telephone consultations that may avoid a lengthy wait in A&E.

Alpine is at the sharp end of your treatment.


With low back pain affecting a third of the UK population in any one year, the chances are you may have experienced it at some stage.

Catherine meets Katherine Grainger


Catherine was invited to attend a conference at the Royal College of Surgeons to thank the physiotherapists that worked at the Olympic games for LOCOG where she was lucky enough to meet Olympic Champion Katherine Grainger.

A pain in the heel


Alpine Physiotherapy has seen a rise in children complaining of painful heels. This can be attributed to rapid growth spurts, playing more impact sports especially with studded boots. The pain may be caused by a number of conditions one of which is Sever’s disease.

First Aid Aware – Are you?


Catherine is the first aid co-ordinator for the juniors and mini squads at Harpenden Rugby Football Club. A course was run recently to train 24 parent volunteers to help their children with any injuries and recognise when to call in the experts...

Physiotherapy at the Herts 10K


Catherine from Alpine Physiotherapy will be leading the musculoskeletal team again this year for this truly amazing event.

Post Olympic blues


What now the Olympic fever has simmered down? Congratulations if the season of good and great athletes spurred you on the test your Achilles heel...