|Monday – Thursday||8am – 8pm|
|Friday||8am – 6pm|
|Saturday||8am – 2pm|
A Chartered Physiotherapist is a highly qualified professional with extensive knowledge of anatomy and physiology and expert skills in diagnosis, treatment and prevention of musculoskeletal injury and dysfunction. They use a variety of physical techniques to help your muscles, joints and nerves work to their full potential. Rehabilitation and retraining are key elements of the approach used by physiotherapists and our advice can also help you prevent problems returning or even happening in the first place. Physiotherapy is based on scientific research and the evidence that informs its practice is continually being updated and advanced.
What do Physiotherapists treat?
- Neck and back pain – whiplash, sciatica, trapped nerves, postural dysfunctions and disc problems.
- Sports injuries – shoulder dislocations, rotator cuff injuries, frozen shoulder, tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, jumper’s knee, ankle sprains, muscular strains/tears, ligament and tendon injuries.
- Poor balance and neuromuscular function
- Postural dysfunction
- Work related injuries.
- Post-operative rehabilitation – ACL reconstructions, ankle and shoulder stabilisation, rotator cuff repairs, post fracture rehabilitation, joint replacement and spinal surgery.
- Mobilisation/manipulation – passive joint movements applied in order to increase range of motion and reduce pain.
- Massage, soft tissue mobilisation and myofascial release.
- Electrotherapy (ultrasound/interferential) – reduces pain and inflammation and promotes healing.
- Pilates exercises to improve movement patterns and core stability in the treatment of spinal dysfunctions and to improve sporting performance
- Exercise prescription.
- Postural correction.
- Preventative advice and education to avoid recurrence.
Liaising with other Healthcare Professionals
Our Chartered Physiotherapists work closely with GPs and a team of Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeons, Pain Specialists, Neurosurgeons, Sports Physicians, Podiatrists and other allied health professionals to ensure a coordinated approach to manage your symptoms and optimise your recovery.