Back & Neck Pain
Neck and back pain are prevalent issues that can significantly impact your daily life, leading to discomfort, limited mobility and reduced quality of life. Several factors contribute to the development of these problems, including poor posture, muscle imbalances, trauma, repetitive strain and degenerative conditions.
Knee & Hip Pain
Knee pain is a common complaint among individuals of various ages and lifestyles and it can significantly impact your daily activities and quality of life. Several factors contribute to the development of knee pain, including injury, overuse, muscle imbalances, arthritis or underlying medical conditions.
Headaches & Migraines
Headaches can impact individuals with a variety of symptoms. They often entail pain, ranging from dull to throbbing, and can be accompanied by sensitivity to light and sound. Nausea, vomiting, and visual disturbances like flashing lights might also occur, particularly in migraines. Muscle tension, sinus pressure, and disrupted sleep often impair daily activities and work.
Sciatica is an umbrella term that describes a condition characterized by pain radiating along the sciatic nerve pathway, typically from the lower back down through the buttocks and legs. An irritation to the sciatic nerve is usually the cause of the pain and can be experienced in many different ways but generally a sharp, sudden electric shock type pain or the other extreme of discomfort or numbness.
A frozen shoulder, or adhesive capsulitis, is a condition that causes pain, stiffness, and limited shoulder joint mobility. It progresses through three stages: freezing, frozen, and thawing. While the exact cause is poorly understood, it can result from injury or prolonged immobilisation.
Tennis & Golfer's Elbow
Golfer's elbow or medial epicondylitis, is characterised by pain and inflammation inside the elbow. It can be caused by repetitive or excessive use of the forearm muscles and tendons involved in wrist and finger flexion. While the name suggests a golf-related origin, it can affect anyone engaging in repetitive gripping activities, such as playing racket sports.
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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.