What is Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy involves careful assessment of the musculoskeletal, nervous and psychological systems of the body to help establish whether physical pain and discomfort are causing dysfunction in every day life. The Physiotherapist will establish the root cause of your problems and together we will develop both a short and long term plan to help initially control and then abolish the pain.
The purpose of treatment is to restore normal levels of activity and balance within the musculoskeletal system to allow an increase in function and reduction in pain.
- Back and neck pain
- Joint and muscle pain
- Postural problems
- Pre-surgery optimisation/post operative rehabilitation
- Repetitive strain/ work injuries
- Sprains & strains
- Torn muscles and ligaments
- Graded exercise programmes
- Injury prevention and rehabilitation
- Training and performance issues
All sporting injuries and sporting rehabilitation undertaken.
Treatment Techniques Used
- Manual therapy, including joint, muscle and nerve mobilisations
- Pain relief, including Electrotherapy and Acupuncture
- Postural re-education, including postural exercises, pilates, advice on activity levels and work practices
- Rehabilitation, including personalized exercised plans
- Chronic pain management approach, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy assessment and treatment