Chartered Physiotherapist

Physiotherapy / Acupuncture

Registered with the Health Professionals Council


5 Church Lane, High Hoyland, Barnsley, S75 4BJ

Kathryn Denton is a member of these organisations:-

Physio First Health Professions Council Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Society of Orthopaedic Medicine



High Hoyland Physiotherapy is located in purpose built consulting rooms, in the village of High Hoyland in South Yorkshire. Ideally located for access from local towns including Barnsley, Huddersfield etc. and the M1, Junction 38.

Location Map

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From Barnsley

Take the A635 Huddersfield Road towards Darton. Turn left at Darton Church, and stay on Churchfield Lane, past Darton High School. When you enter the village of High Hoyland, look for the junction of Church Lane (S75 4BJ) and Bank End Lane (S75 4BB), pull over to your right.

There is a small parking area at the side of the consulting Rooms

From J38 M1

Take the A637 heading toward the Yorkshire Sculpture Park,immediately turn left onto Jebb Lane. Remain on Jebb lane, until it joins Litherop Road and turn left up hill toward High Hoyland. You will pass a church on your left. At the next junction, pull over to the right, The consulting rooms are the building with the balcony.

From Huddersfield

Take the A629 from Huddersfield toward Highburton. Turn left onto the B6116 through CLayton West to High Hoyland. Once in the village you will pass the CherryTree Pub on your left followed by a telephone box and white house. The consulting rooms are the building with the balcony before the junction with Church Lane.

Opening Times

Open during normal Office hours.


Early evening appointments may be available on request.




I graduated from Sheffield Polytechnic in 1985 as a Chartered Physiotherapist.

Since then I have worked both in the NHS and Private sectors this has included hospital wards and outpatients, GP clinics and domicilliary community work. Alongside the NHS work I have expanded my private practice and now only work in this field.

My work involves the treatment of musculoskeletal disorders, I have a special interest however in spinal disorders.

I was admitted to the Society of Orthopedic Medicine register of members in 1997 and became a member of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in 2007.

I am committed to continuing my professional development and over the years have attended numerous post-graduate courses in order to constantly update my knowledge and skills.


Consulting Rooms.

Images of purpose built consulting rooms.


Waiting Room


Treatment Room



Treatment Rates

Initial Visit £40 - Which includes assessment and treatment.

Follow Up visits £35.


High Hoyland Physiotherapy is registered with all major medical insurance providers including:
BUPA, AXA, PPP, Westfield and Simply Health (HSA)



What to Expect


The initial visit lasts around 45 minutes. A detailed history of your complaint will be taken including the nature and behaviour of symptoms and factors which aggravate or ease the problem. Further questions include past medical history, medication, previous treatment and investigations.

Following questioning, posture and joint range of movement will be observed, other tests may be performed such as muscle resistance, palpation and neurological tests.

Once the examination has been completed, a treatment plan will be formulated and you will have the opportunity to discuss this as well as the expected outcomes.

Patient consent is then requested before any treatment takes place.

The initial treatment is included in the first visit.

Treatment may include manual therapy such as joint mobilisation or manipulation, deep transverse friction massage, myofascial trigger point stimulation, ultrasound, exercise and advice.

Accupuncture may also be offered for pain relief.

Re-assessment of pain provoking movement is performed throughout the session so as to monitor progress.

The frequency of treatment depends largely upon the severity, irritability and nature of the disorder.

If sufficient improvement is not being made, or if there are concerns regarding the your condition then your GP can be contacted in order to request further investigations such as x-ray, MRI, blood tests or referral to a specialist.

If you are unsure as to whether physiotherapy is appropriate for your particular problem please contact me to discuss your concerns prior to booking an appointment.



Postal Address:

5 Church Lane
High Hoyland
South Yorkshire
S75 4BJ

To make an appointment please call:

Telephone: 01226 390032 or 07774 906835