Murphy Physiotherapy

The Complete Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic

Clinic Times

We try to be flexible and to fit in with your schedule.

We can offer appointments on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8am to 6:00pm

Please call us and we will do our best to accommodate you.

enquiries: (01603) 470770


Initial Assessment and Treatment - £60
(1 hour contact time)

(The Initial Assessment fee applies for all new problems or for an existing problem assessed more than 6 months previously)

Subsequent Treatments - £45
(40 minutes contact time)

Preparing Letter/Reports: £45

enquiries: (01603) 470770

fax: (01603) 446967


We reserve the right to charge at the standard session rate for missed appointments
or for cancellations within 24h of the appointment time

Jo Murphy

Jo Murphy BSc (Hons), BA, MCSP, SRP, MAACP

Jo Murphy was born in Dublin and lived there until 1989. She was awarded a BA in Psychology and Italian from University College, Dublin. Having studied and worked in Italy and France, she returned to the business world in Dublin. She then decided to change her career path and become a physiotherapist. In 1999, she was awarded a First Class BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy from the University of East Anglia. Jo then worked clinically in a variety of physiotherapy roles, at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital and within the wider Norfolk NHS. These years provided her with a wealth of experience in all the key musculoskeletal areas.

Jo played hockey to a high standard from a young age and was always particularly interested in musculoskeletal and sports related injuries. After having two children, she returned to work in the NHS, sharing her time between ante/postnatal back care and musculoskeletal outpatients. By March 2006, she had established her own private practice, Murphy Physiotherapy Ltd. She remains committed to enhancing and expanding the depth and range of her skills. These, to mention but a few, include acupuncture, osteopathic manipulation techniques, sports injuries, and she is also qualified as a Pilates instructor. She is keen to remain at the cutting edge of physiotherapy and is always looking for new clinical challenges.