Many conditions are treatable with physiotherapy, ranging from sports injuries and degenerative conditions such as arthritis, to more area-specific aches and pains, such as the neck/back, limbs and joints. A lot of the time, you can avoid surgery in favour of a conservative physiotherapy approach, so consultation with a qualified physiotherapist is an essential step in getting the best possible treatment for your condition. You will also find that physiotherapy is a very effective treatment for pain, which will help you reduce your intake of painkillers.
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Your physiotherapy sessions will involve a number of hands-on and hands-off treatments to help rehabilitate your injury and directly treat the source of your pain. Massage, joint mobilisation and clinical dry needling can all be part of your full therapy programme, and your therapist will also guide you through exercises to retain your movement and build muscle strength and control.
You will have access to the best clinicians possible – dedicated professionals who care about your heath and well-being, and realise that treatment must be to your exact individual needs. With a friendly, helpful approach throughout the whole process, your physiotherapist will be able to get the best possible results for you – clearly explaining the nature of your condition and the plan to treat it; maximising your chance for immediate and long-term rehabilitation and pain relief.
Pain is your body's way of alerting you to a problem. If your are experiencing pain we urge you not to ignore it. Aside from the long-term discomfort and unhappiness that comes from putting up with pain, there is always a high risk that operating the affected area of the body will only worsen the condition (and pain) the longer it remains untreated.
Our physiotherapists treat a range of conditions, including:
- Spinal pain and injuries (e.g. disc prolapse)
- Back pain
- Sports injuries (e.g. ligament tears)
- Womens health issues
- Musculoskeletal problems (e.g. carpal tunnel syndrome)
- Post-surgical rehabilitation (e.g. following a knee replacement)
- Biomechanical problems (e.g. “flat feet”)
- Arthritic conditions (e.g. osteoarthritis)
- Paediatric conditions
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