Physiotherapy is an essential healthcare profession, identifying, treating and rehabilitating people after injury, surgery or disability.
Chartered Physiotherapists use a wide variety of skills to help with:
Neck and Back Pain
Joint stiffness and muscle tightness or weakness.
Muscles, tendons and ligaments strained and sprained.
Joint Problems Injuries or arthritic problems in the shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips, knees and ankles causing pain, swelling and stiffness.
Fractures and Breaks.
Promotion of healing and rehabilitation following immobilisation.
The treatment methods available to provide pain relief and promote healing
Mobilisation, manipulation and therapeutic massage to reduce stiffness, pain and scar tissue; which helps to regain a full range of movement with improved circulation.
Therapeutic exercise, an individual programme to help your symptoms based on your individual needs and abilities.
Electrophysical techniques including ultrasound, interferential therapy and TENS.
These can reduce inflammation, improve circulation, provide pain relief and
Postural analysis, education and training as well as specific muscle balance assessment and exercise programmes are also used.
Prevention of injury and recurrence of a problem is still very important. Time
will be spent educating and developing your own active role to avoid a repeat
episode of your problem.
Physiotherapy allows fast recovery, optimises sporting performance and enhances a feeling of wellbeing.
Make your appointment by phoning 01204 361 463