What we treat
We will fully assess your problem and explain the findings to you. Your treatment plan will be discussed with you and will include 'hands on' treatment such as manipulation, mobilisations, massage or soft tissue work.Get in touch
Physiotherapy is a well recognised and safe treatment for muscular skeletal problems including back pain, whiplash and joint or muscle problems. It involves detailed assessment, diagnosis and treatment. The treatment will consist of hands on eg manipulation or massage, possibly electrotherapy and exercises and advice.
The physiotherapist will need to see the area that is the problem and also the surrounding area, for example if your knee is the problem, we will need to see the whole leg and perhaps the back too. You can bring a vest or shorts if you prefer, you also be accompanied if you prefer.
This depends, and an estimate will be given to you when the physiotherapist has fully assessed you. If your problem is not getting better in three or four sessions, the physiotherapist will refer you back to your GP.
No. However, if you have medical insurance, they insist that you are seen by your GP first. At the end of treatment, your GP will receive a letter from us unless you ask us not to.
If you are covered by private medical insurance, just bring your policy and authorisation numbers and we will bill them directly. Otherwise, treatment is payable by card, cash or cheque. There is no additional charge for credit or debit cards.
We ask that 24 hours' notice is given if you need to cancel, otherwise a charge may be made.
There is ample free and safe parking at the club. However, the physiotherapy room is down a flight of stairs, if you think this will be too much, let our receptionist know and alternative arrangements can be made.
Physiotherapy is a well recognised and safe treatment for muscular skeletal problems including back pain, whiplash and joint or muscle problems.
Pilates is a method of exercise designed to improve abdominal and back strength, improve posture and prevent back and neck pain.
Display screen assessments are required by law importantly they are vital for the wellbeing of office workers.