At your first visit, your physiotherapist will fully assess your problem and explain the findings to you. Your treatment plan will be discussed, with all your options explained. It may include ‘hands on’ treatment such as manipulation, mobilisations, massage or soft tissue work, it may include electrotherapy or acupuncture and you will be given advice and home exercises so that you can progress more quickly. Exercises to aid and maintain your recovery will be carefully tailored to your needs, ability and facilities available to you.
We aim to provide an ‘all round’ treatment programme to enable you to get better quickly and stay better. There will be plenty of time to ask questions and discuss your aims and concerns.
- Achilles Tendonitis
- Anterior Cruciate Ligament Rupture (ACL)
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Headaches using acupuncture or spinal techniques
- Ilio-tibial Band Syndrome
- Impingement Syndrome
- Knee, hip and ankle pain
- Low back pain
- Labral tear
- Neck pain including Whiplash
- Osgood Shlatters
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Piriformis Syndrome
- Sciatica and trapped nerves
- Shoulder problems including frozen shoulder
- Torn Hamstring
- Tennis and golfers elbow
- Work related pain including RSI
- Women’s Health Issues including pregnancy pain problems and female incontinence.
- We are happy to offer advice and/or treatment prior to and following orthopaedic surgery or while you are waiting for NHS physiotherapy.
We are happy to offer advice and/or treatment prior to and following orthopaedic surgery or while you are waiting for NHS physiotherapy.
- Graduated exercises that you can do at home or at your gym
- Injury prevention
- Massage including myofascial release techniques and trigger point techniques
- Postural and work based ergonomic advice
- Treatment for Acute Injuries