Musculoskeletal Chartered

Chartered and HCPC registered Physiotherapist based in the market town of Wymondham. Specialist in adult and paediatric sports injuries, general musculoskeletal and pelvic girdle pain in pregnancy.

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The Clinic

During the Covid-19 outbreak, whilst social distancing is still necessary, Stay Active Physiotherapy will be triaging by virtual assessment prior to face to face contact. I am offering home visits for Wymondham only.

The Stay Active Physiotherapy practice is set on the outskirts of Wymondham town centre. There is a car park to the side of the clinic and 30 minute road parking outside. It is also on a bus route.

I specialise in musculoskeletal (MSS) conditions, with a special interest in sports medicine adult and paediatric, pregnancy related conditions and return to activity for all age groups. I graduated from the University of East Anglia in 2004 and gained basic core knowledge in the NHS before joining the private sector in 2008 where I further built my skills in MSS and acted as out-patient team leader for 2 years before having my two children then setting up my own private practice in Wymondham. Since having my children I developed an interest in pregnancy and postpartum conditions, I have written articles for the NCT (National Childbirth Trust) and EDP and have successfully treated many women’s pain in and after pregnancy, helping them return to normal daily activities and their chosen sport. I also have clinical Pilates qualifications up to Level 3 from the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute with additional modules in ante, post natal and equipment, take a look at the Pilates tab for my unique and specialist service I deliver. I treat general musculoskeletal, which encompasses a large amount of conditions and age ranges, click on the Treatments tab for some of the conditions I treat and services I provide. I have experience in treating children and adolescents following sports injuries from recreational and elite sports and am a member of the Association for Paediatric Chartered Physiotherapists which helps me keep up to date with current literature and medical science for the paediatric group. My sporting background is swimming, rugby and running which have all helped me to develop my practice when treating patients and understanding the psychology behind injuries.

Patient satisfaction is of utmost importance and I strive to deliver the best service for all of my patients.

Emma Harris: BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy. Registered with Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and Chartered Society for Physiotherapists (CSP).

Also registered with the Association of Paediatric Chartered Physiotherapists (APCP), Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine (ACPSM) and Aquatic Therapy Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (ATACP) Professional member of the Royal Osteoporosis Society (ROS)

Registered provider to receive patients from Aviva, Simply Health, and AXA.

Stay Active Physiotherapy | Emma Harris

Emma Harris

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy.

  • “Fantastic physiotherapist who has gone above and beyond to help me. I couldn’t recommend her services enough.”

    - H Peach -

  • “Emma is brilliant! Very professional, understanding and helpful. Finally found someone that is willing to help and put my back right!
    Thank you so much!! Highly recommended!”

    - E Joannou -

  • “Emma is amazing not only has she been a brilliant physio but she has helped me mentally too. Without you Emma i don’t think I would be doing as well as I am right now. You are fantastic. I have so much respect for you.”

    - C Jones -


At Stay Active Physiotherapy, the type of treatment you receive will be tailored to your needs from an initial assessment. No two individuals or injuries are exactly the same therefore it is important to have the 60 minute consultation before deciding on a course of treatment.

I treat adults, adolescents and children (musculosketetal only). Children under 16 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. I have experience in treating children who have been involved in elite sport and working alongside their coaches and strength and conditioning team. I am always happy to communicate with coaches regarding changes to training patterns and rehabilitation, should that be required.

The aims of physiotherapists are to restore function, normal movement, alleviate pain and improve strength and physical well-being. I tailor individual treatment programmes from a thorough initial assessment to achieve this outcome, whilst also providing an efficient, reliable, honest and competitively priced service, practicing within the CSP Professional Codes of Practice.

Physiotherapists use different treatment techniques to each individual condition and patient. I have a ‘hands on’ approach whilst also encouraging self management and healthy living for long term gain for all age groups. These treatments can include, joint mobilisations, soft tissue therapy, exercise prescription, electrotherapy (such as ultrasound), taping and gait rehabilitation following the use of walking aids.

Chartered Physiotherapists who specialise in sports are a separate profession to sports therapists. Chartered Physiotherapists are regulated by the HCPC and undergo separate training and experience in sports after a University degree course in Physiotherapy. Our medical knowledge, manual handling and treatment options are therefore broader and we aim to improve our patient’s quality of life with these additional skills. We work closely with sports therapists and strength and conditioning teams to get the best out of individuals and accelerate their return to their chosen sport.

At the practice I prescribe tailor made shoe insoles for patients with long term biomechanical issues where hands on treatment and exercises do not work. A gait/walking assessment is done for tailor made ‘Formthotics’ shoe insoles.

These insoles are specially moulded around your foot type using my heat machine to help with biomechanical problems. ‘Formthotics’ insoles are suitable for all types of shoes. See for more information.

Treatments Include:

  • Stay Active Physiotherapy | Aches & Pains

    Aches &

  • Stay Active Physiotherapy | Postural Problems

    Back Pain &
    Postural Problems

  • Stay Active Physiotherapy | Injury Following An Accident

    Injury Following
    An Accident

  • Stay Active Physiotherapy | Ongoing Rehabilitation


  • Stay Active Physiotherapy | Arthritis & Joint Pain

    Arthritis &
    Joint Pain

  • Stay Active Physiotherapy | Sporting Injuries


  • Stay Active Physiotherapy | Repetitive Strains

    Repetitive Strain

  • Stay Active Physiotherapy | Pelvic Girdle

    Pelvic Girdle

  • Initial Assessment (45 mins - 1hr) £65

  • Follow Up (30 mins / 60 mins) £45/ £60

  • Pre Match Taping £25

  • Gait Assessment £50

  • Online follow up/consultation (45 / 30mins) £40/£30

    The time allows for documentation and admin that may or may not be done during the call. Exercises will be sent through e-mail.

  • Post Natal Package £50

    Musculoskeletal assessment to check for weak and tight structures following pregnancy.  A clinical Pilates-based exercise programme will then be tailored to you. The package takes around one hour. If any treatment is required this will be charged as a ‘follow up’ price and you will be booked in for 30 minutes.

  • Home visits (Wymondham only) up to 60 minutes £50


Here at Stay Active Physiotherapy, I have a ‘hands on’ approach whilst also encouraging self management and healthy living. Below are some of the treatment modalities I use:

  • Mobilisation of joints
  • Localised soft tissue massage / release
  • Ultrasound
  • Taping-sports and postural
  • Exercise prescription
  • Advice and provision of orthotics or supports
  • Gait education, following the use of walking aids
  • Gait/walking assessment for tailor made 'Formthotics' shoe insoles.


Pilates was originally developed by Joseph Pilates in the 1920’s.

Pilates is a conditioning exercise programme that targets the deep postural muscles of the abdomen and spine to improve overall central core stability and posture. Pilates can help improve and maintain good posture, flexibility, strength and a balanced peace of mind.

Clinical pilates is a series of mat based exercises in various different body positions which have been adapted by Physiotherapists to make them more suitable for patients with back and neck pain, those recovering from injury and ante and post natal ladies.

Clinical Pilates is a relaxing and gentle form of exercise. My 1:1 approach ensures that the exercises are being performed correctly and can be adapted to the person’s individual needs. Evidence supports the use of the Pilates method in the prevention and rehabilitation of back injuries. By retraining the deep abdominal and spinal muscles, Pilates can help to prevent the recurrence of back pain in combination with correct back care and advice, and gentle aerobic activity.

Stay Active Physiotherapy provides an ante and post natal clinical Pilates service, which is a 1:1 approach, based in the clinic. I will assess you for weaknesses and tight areas and then create a Pilates exercise programme tailored to your individual needs. This will be monitored and progressed during your pregnancy and post natal period.

  • 1:1 Pilates (4x 1hr Sessions) £120


07912 665 545 46 Back Lane, Wymondham, NR18 0LB

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