Our goal is your speedy recovery

You have nothing to lose but your pain....

Click here for what to expect during the COVID-19 pandemic

Registered and highly experienced physios

You have nothing to lose but your pain....

Click here for what to expect during the COVID-19 pandemic

We treat all kinds of conditions

You have nothing to lose but your pain....

Click here for what to expect during the COVID-19 pandemic

Are you in pain? Call 0800 195 7760 for an appointment

About the Clinic

The Oxford Clinic is a private physiotherapy clinic led and owned by Pinar Aydemir, serving Barrow, Ulverston, the Furness Penisula and South Cumbria.  It is located at 33 Oxford Street, Barrow in Furness.

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Conditions We Treat

We specialise in the advanced assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal problems. Our aim is to relieve your symptoms and get you back to your usual self as soon as possible. We offer the highest standard of care in a friendly environment.

The Clinic treats a wide range of conditions from injuries to chronic pain and post-operative rehabilitation. Our patients include children and adults of all ages. We also advise on postural problems, exercise regimes and work-station assessments to help prevent injury in the future.

Low back / sciatic pain
Neck pain / whiplash
Shoulder & arm pain
Wrist pain / RSI
Hip, knee & ankle pain
Hand & foot problems
Ligament & tendon injuries
Tennis / golf elbow

Sports injuries
Repetitive strain injuries
Arthritic conditions
Muscle injuries
Post-op rehabilitation
Chronic pain
Postural problems

If you are not sure if physiotherapy can help your condition please contact the Clinic. Pinar Aydemir and her team will be happy to advise you.

What we Offer

Male therapist treating female patient for back pain using manual therapy
Manual Therapy

Manual therapy is a technique where physiotherapists use their hands to manipulate, mobilise and massage the body tissues. It can help to relieve the pain and stiffness, improve movement and blood circulation, and promote relaxation.

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Acupuncture needles being plaecd in back

Acupuncture stimulates the sensory nerves in the skin and muscles to relieve pain, reduce muscular tension and increase mobility. It can be combined with other treatments for sports injuries, back and neck pain, arthritis, headaches and soft tissue injuries.

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Ultrasound treatment of a man's knee

Electrotherapies such as ultra-sound, and interferential therapy are used to enhance the healing process in conjunction with other treatment methods. Electrotherapy is very effective when used alongside other treatments such as manual therapy.

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kinesio taping to male patient's back and neck

Kinesio tape is applied over muscles to reduce pain and inflammation, to relax overused or tired muscles, and to provide support. It is used for sports injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis and golf elbow, repetitive strain injuries, back, knee and shoulder conditions.

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We are committed to working together with you to set your goals and help you achieve them.

We deal with people from all walks of life, from the office or shipyard worker to the professional athlete, from the school child to the retired. We’re here to listen and use our expertise to make a difference in your life.


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Our Physios

Pinar Aydemir - head physiotherapist and clinic owner
Pinar Aydemir

Pinar Aydemir, our head physio and co-owner of the Clinic, has worked in private practice for 13 years and has a warm and caring style. She specialises in manual therapy and acupuncture.

Becky Rawnsley

Becky Rawnsley is a Chartered Physiotherapist with many years of experience working in the NHS. She specialises in the treatment of musculo-skeletal conditions.

What our patients say

Latest Blogs

Physiotherapy during the COVID-19 pandemic

Read this to learn about how The Oxford Clinic is dealing with the coronavirus (Covid-19).

manual therapy for woman patient's neck pain
History of Physiotherapy

Physicians like Hippocrates, and later Galenus, are believed to have been the first practitioners of physiotherapy,


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