This is a theraputic use of physical means to achieve your optimum.
Using a wide variety of techniques such as: mobilisations, manipulations, acupuncture, exercise, electrotherapy, traction and taping. All our physiotherapists are highly qualified in a variety of specialisms with a skills mix second to none.
Spinal problems, including prolapsed discs and degeneration, sciatica, headaches, stiff/painful neck and referred upper and lower limb pains.
• Joint problems, to include arthritis characterised by pain, swelling and stiffness of the joints
• Injuries affecting muscles, ligaments, cartilage and tendons in addition to work related conditions such as repetitive strain injury (RSI) and acquired sports injuries
• Pilates to restore and maintain musculoskeletal health; improve posture, mobility and flexibility of the spine and alleviate the associated aches and pains of a weak core whilst relieving stress and promoting a feeling of well being.
Post Surgical rehabilitation following orthopaedic surgical intervention, to include hip and knee replacements.
• Orthopaedic assessments with an orthopaedic consultant surgeon
• Fractures, to increase the rate of healing and restore full function once the fracture site has healed
Rehabilitation following brain injury (stroke), traumatic head injury, nerve dysfunction, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Cerebral Palsy (CP), Myalgic Encephalopathy (ME)/ Chronic Fatigue and Parkinson’s
Chest conditions including those that are medical and surgical including hayfever, asthma and sinusitis, pneumonia, cystic fibrosis, emphysema, bronchitis and bronchiectasis.
• Circulatory problems including Raynaud’s disease, wounds, ulcers and the rehabilitation of individuals with cardiac conditions.
Initial sessions comprise of an assessment and treatment lasting 60 minutes. Follow up sessions are usually 30 – 45 minutes. Home visits are available on request, however there is usually a travel charge incurred for this service. Please note that is subject to change due to distance.