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The new-build rehab hospital, Circle Rehabilitation, opens its doors to NHS patients across the Midlands this week. The 120-bed hospital has recently opened and will support... Read more

Our vision for healthcare

Mon 30 September

Go the distance

Thu 7 March

How to fix elbow pain

Wed 27 February

MSK brochure

Tue 29 January

Wed 20 January

The new-build rehab hospital, Circle Rehabilitation, opens its doors to NHS patients across the Midlands this week. The 120-bed hospital has recently opened and will support... Read more

Wed 20 January

Richard Bates is a passionate and energetic 61-year-old man who works in the graphic arts industry. After contracting COVID-19 in July 2020, Richard experienced long-term covid-... Read more

Tue 19 January

On 22nd December Circle Rehabilitation welcomed GB Athletes, Lily Partridge and Ben Connor to the centre for an afternoon with our team. Lily and Ben, GB elite distance runners,... Read more

Wed 13 January

When Paul Edge arrived at Circle Rehabilitation following a stroke, his mobility was extremely limited. Paul could no longer cook and clean for himself, use the toilet without a... Read more

Wed 13 January

Studies by The National Library of Medicine show that adhering to a Mediterranean diet reduces joint pain in people with Rheumatoid Arthritis. Arti Dhokia, Advanced Dietitian an... Read more

Tue 1 September

Today marks the next significant milestone in our vision to provide affordable rehabilitation services, customised and tailored to our patient's individual needs. Read more

Thu 6 February

Atrial fibrillation (AF) is an abnormal heart rhythm that affects approximately 2 percent of the UK population. The proportion of people with atrial fibrillation increases with... Read more

Thu 9 January

Using technology originally developed for astronauts, Circle Rehabilitation’s AlterG anti-gravity treadmill helps to shorten recovery time, improve mobility and reduce injury. I... Read more

Thu 12 December

This article aims to explore aspects of the cognitive effects of multiple sclerosis and to dispel myths associated with the disease, to enhance the knowledge of people with MS a... Read more

Tue 12 November

This article aims to discuss how a multidisciplinary rehabilitation approach is key to injury assessment and returning physically active people back to their sport promptly and... Read more

Wed 23 October

A stroke patient is now feeling happier going back to their own him in a few weeks, despite their original discharge destination of a Care Home. Read more

Mon 30 September

Everyone deserves to receive the best care possible to get back to the life they love after illness or injury. We are now well on our way to bringing an exciting and new model o... Read more

Fri 6 September

We take pride in providing exceptional and personalised patient care for each of our patients. Through our strategy of personalised high-intensity rehabilitation, we’re able to... Read more

Sat 31 August

“It’s such a wicked, lonely illness. It’s taken over my whole life. It’s exhausting, I have to hand my grand-daughter over to my husband. You look all right so you don’t get any... Read more

Mon 19 August

We live in an era of personalisation. Music playlists, online shopping and even ‘smart’ car parks – these are among the products, services and experiences becoming more tailored... Read more

Thu 18 July

For the majority of causes of elbow pain physiotherapy exercises form an important part of improving an individual’s symptoms. The majority of elbow pain is caused by trauma or... Read more

Mon 13 May

It is well known that exercise can be hugely beneficial for patients who have had a stroke or are suffering from Parkinson’s disease. However, it can be difficult to know where... Read more

Thu 7 March

Running 10 miles from his workplace to Circle Reading Hospital was no-questions-asked for Luc, a local athlete. Luc’s running club coach recommended to Luc and his teammates... Read more

Wed 27 February

When thinking about how to treat elbow pain most individuals will consider the options of physiotherapy exercises, injections or seeking an orthopaedic surgical opinion. In some... Read more

Tue 29 January

If you’ve been for an operation like a hip or knee replacement or if you suffer from bone or muscle pain, the last thing you want is a stressful, poor rehabilitation experience.... Read more

Tue 8 January

If you’ve been for an operation like a hip or knee replacement or if you suffer from bone or muscle pain, the last thing you want is a stressful, poor rehabilitation experience. Read more

Tue 4 December

Neev is a notable DJ, playing on national radio shows and to packed crowds at nightclubs. Last year, she had microdiscectomy surgery at Circle Reading Hospital for a slipped dis... Read more

Wed 14 November

Neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis and stroke can cause changes in physical, mental and emotional function. Here at Circle we offer outpatie... Read more

Tue 9 October

After being diagnosed with a stroke, other brain injury, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s, Motor Neurone Disease, or following neuro-surgery, focussed rehabilitation support is v... Read more

Tue 5 June

We take pride in providing exceptional and personalised patient care for each of our patients. Through our strategy of personalised high-intensity rehabilitation, we’re able to... Read more

Thu 8 March

Circle Rehabilitation began treating patients in February this year at Circle Reading Hospital in Berkshire. Despite being early days, it is standing strong – like its patients... Read more

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