Directions

Privately funded treatment is provided in my home treatment room in St. Denys, Southampton.

How to get to St. Denys by bus

There are frequent bus services to St Denys Road (bus stop: St Denys Church). It takes about 5 minutes to walk from the bus stop to the practice.

link to the First bus webpage

First bus line 7 runs from Southampton city centre via Portswood and St. Denys to Townhill Park/Midanbury.

link to the Bluestar bus webpage

Bluestar line 16 runs from Southampton city centre via Portswood and St. Denys to Midanbury and Townhill Park.

How to get to St. Denys by train

There are regular South West Trains services from Romsey and Portsmouth and Southsea to Southampton Central or Salisbury stopping at St. Denys train station. It takes about 5 minutes walk from the train station to the practice.

link to the National Rail enquires webpage

There is no disabled access to platforms 2 and 3 (platform 4 can be accessed from Adelaide Road and platform 1 from Osborne Road South).

How to get to St. Denys by car

St. Denys is situated close to the A335 road that leads to M27 Junction 5. To find the practice, head Bitterne Triangle on a junction of St. Denys Road with A335 (Thomas Lewis Way).

A google map showing the practice's location.