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Physiotherapy & Massage, Lightwater Physiotherapy Clinic near Frimley

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Directions to Lightwater Physiotherapy from Frimley

At the Frimley Maultway Roundabout take the exit onto Red Road/B311 towards Lightwater. 


Turn Left onto MacDonald Road, go through one roundabout, turn left onto Aplin way, keep going, turn right onto Birch Tree View, and right onto Turnville close. Number 5 is around the bend on the right hand side. (parking on the left by the hedge in front of you).


Or, from the centre of Lightwater with the Co-Op on your left, M&S petrol station on your right, proceed along the Guildford Road towards the M3, past the Post Office on your right, and continue to MacDonald Road on your left with “Donald MM” corner store newsagents on your left. Continue and take the first right turn into Mount Pleasant Close at the brow of the hill. Continue round and take the first left into Turnville Close, number 5 is the third house on your left, and there is room for parking along the right by the hedge opposite the house.

Shirley-Ann Walters Doing Therapy

Post joint replacement surgery

With a wealth of experience treating patients recovering from Total Knee Replacement TKR or Total Hip Replacement THR Surgery, Shirley-Ann Walters can offer you a first class physiotherapy treatment programme to suit your exact needs.

Local home visits may be possible where needed in the Lightwater, Bagshot, Frimley, West End, Windlesham areas, though patients are encourage to attend the clinic at Lightwater Physiotherapy when they can as this is all supportive for their recovery, and is more cost effective for you that way.  

The assessment and treatment provided by Shirley-Ann is exemplary. Shirley-Ann reviews previous treatments and my feedback on each visit ensuring that the treatment is tuned to my needs every time.



Massage Therapy - Back Ache

Some people just know that they want some professional hands on treatment such as massage and don't have any specific physiotherapy needs as such.

In these instances, whilst there is always an assessment process for your safety, treatment can often fast track to become a massage session and subsequent sessions may then go straight to the table after a brief review. 

Massage is very popular and supportive in the sphere of Complementary Therapy too and so is also an integral part of these well-being treatment options depending on what is needed and requested by you the client.

Shirley-Ann Walters Doing Therapy
Lady helping with Foot and Ankle Problem

Foot and ankle problems

The foot and ankle can be a complex area, after all our feet takes us everywhere we need to go and are very important. Physiotherapy assessment is a good place to start when reviewing feet, footwear, shoes, insoles, slippers, boots and deciding if other equipment is required.

From achilles tendonitis, sprained ankles, metatarsalgia, bunions, stress fractures, tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, heel spurs, strained arches, toes problems, Lightwater Physiotherapy can help set you back on your feet in the right direction again. 

Elbow wrist and hand pain

We use our hands almost constantly in life and to have pain and dysfunction here can be really frustrating. Shirley-Ann Walters has lots of skills in assisting in the recovery of RSI (receptive strain injury) now know as WRULD (work related upper limb disorder) or UQD (upper quadrant disorder) 

These can be localised in your elbow (tennis elbow, or golfers elbow so called) or at the wrist or hand and finger joints, requiring a detailed examination to understand the true cause. 

Lady Working in Bed
Lady Using OptiNeck

OptiNeck Balance Wedge® is a device that helps you to maintain upper body posture and fitness as a sound foundation to the rest of the arm.  

"Just to say thank you that was such a valuable hour with you this afternoon. I walked home raising my arm into the air every few hundred metres just for the thrill of it! ” ​


M. Lightwater

Shirley-Ann Walters Physiotherapist


Shirley-Ann Walters

Shirley-Ann Walters is a fully qualified Chartered and State Registered Physiotherapist with over 30 years clinical experience in a variety of physiotherapy settings, both NHS and private care, as well as senior hospital management.

Shirley-Ann Walters Physiotherapist


Shirley-Ann Walters

Established in 2001 – Registered with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).

With over 30 years of clinical experience, physiotherapist Shirley-Ann Walters offers a professional, high quality, caring, effective and practical approach to treatment including a detailed confidential assessment and a variety of gentle HANDS-ON approaches, clear advice, explanations and exercises in physiotherapy general practice specialising in a wide range of musculoskeletal disorders.

Shirley-Ann is dedicated to helping people to receive the realisations that lead to self-care, considering the wider factors contributing to injury, facilitating healing and prevention, supporting the return to life’s flow, using expression, listening, and effective practical physiotherapy hands-on techniques.


Shirley-Ann qualified from The Middlesex Hospital London, worked in the NHS, then in a group private practice before joining BMI Runnymede Hospital and becoming the physiotherapy manager. She started her own practice in South Ascot, and in 2011 moved to a designated treatment room at home in Lightwater, Surrey, where she practices today.


A member since 1992, Shirley-Ann is also an active community representative for the private practitioners association Physiofirst.

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