Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy

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Appointments can be arranged by telephone or email. Self-funding patients can refer themselves to physio. We do not require a referral from your doctor.

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Treatments

Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy

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.

Make an appointment

Appointments can be arranged by telephone or email. Self-funding patients can refer themselves to physio. We do not require a referral from your doctor.

Treatments

Process of Therapy

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Assessment

The physiotherapist will take a history and conduct a physical examination.

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Diagnosis

The findings will then be discussed with you and a diagnosis made.

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Treatment Plan

A treatment plan will be compiled taking into consideration your goals and expectations. The physiotherapist will discuss prognosis and any further investigation that they feel you may need.

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Physiotherapy

Your treatment will commence. This may include manual therapies such as mobilisation or massage, pain relief and anti-inflammatory treatment.