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About Physiotherapy

Your personal Physiotherapy experience begins with a comprehensive evaluation of functional limitations and areas of pain. Through your assessment, we will diagnose your condition and give you the best treatment options. Our Physiotherapist will design a treatment plan based on your work-related needs and personal goals. We aim to provide a treatment course that will get you back to 100% as soon as possible. When needed, we are able to provide advice on onward referrals if you require treatment that is not provided at our clinic.

Conditions that We Treat

Here are some of the common conditions that we can treat:

Spinal Pain : Low Back pain | Neck pain | Mid-Back pain

Upper Limb : Shoulder pain | Frozen Shoulder | Rotator Cuff injuries | Tennis/Golfer's Elbow | RSI

Lower Limb : Hip Arthritis | Groin pain | Knee Injuries | Knee Arthritis

Ankle & Foot : Achilles tendinopathy | Heel pain | Ankle Sprain | Foot pain

Sporting Injuries : Runner's Knees | MCL/LCL Sprains | Post Surgery | Biomechanical imbalance

There many more conditions that Physiotherapy can help you with, if your condition is not on there, please contact us directly with your questions.


Types of Treatments

Treatments you may receive:

  • Manual therapy / Manipulations
  • Exercise prescription
  • Soft tissue treatment
  • Body Acupuncture
  • Postural correction
  • management advice

Your treatment will always be catered towards your needs,  always ask the physiotherapist any questions you may have on any of the treatment techniques


What to Expect?

Please bring with you any medical notes, prescriptions or operative notes / scans that you may have. To make your experience more comfortable, please bring along a vest top (females) and shorts.

Before your assessment begins, the physiotherapist will take a subjective history, this is so the therapist can gain a full understanding of the history of your condition/injury.

A physical examination will then take place if this is appropriate, we will always ask for your consent before we start assessment. The therapist will assess your movements, strength, biomechanics and may also look at postures or functional activities that you do.