What We Treat
Physiotherapy plays a crucial role in the recovery of a broad range musculo-skeletal problems and in managing/reducing the risk of potential re-occurrence.
We are able to offer a wide range of services for the treatment of:
Neck pain including headaches, whiplash, referred pain into the shoulders/arms, muscle tension and postural syndromes
Back pain including sciatica, disc and facet joint pain, lumbago and postural syndromes
Shoulder pain including frozen shoulder, rotator cuff impingement and biomechanical problems
Knee pain including ligament sprains, tendinopathies, patella-femoral disorders especially maltracking and early arthritis
Ankle and Foot Injury
Ankle and foot injury such as ankle sprains, overuse injuries, plantar fasciitis, toe pain
We have a dedicated hand specialist for treatment of a range of conditions and post-operative management including provision of custom made splints. More information can be found on the Hand Therapy page.
Injuries caused by sports such as muscle strains and tendon sprains, injuries associated with muscle inbalance through over training certain muscle groups and shin splints
Rehabilitation physiotherapy treatment following orthopaedic surgery for procedures such as knee ligament reconstruction, knee arthroscopy, total knee or hip replacement, sub-acromial decompression (shoulder), bunion correction, spinal surgery (hip and knee joint relacement exercise classes)
Work Related Injury
Occupational injuries such as overuse injuries
Advice on management and exercise regimes for arthritic conditions
Physiotherapists have the skills required to play a vital role in the management of continence, particularly rehabilitation of the pelvic floor muscles. More information can be found on the Continence Physiotherapy page.
Neuro physiotherapy service is provided in conjunction with Heads Up!
Musculoskeletal problems such as low back pain, pelvic girdle related pain and thoracic pain during pre-natal stages of your pregnancy. Find more information on the Antenatal Physiotherapy page.
Conditions such as pelvic floor weakness and incontinence, coccydnia, diatasis recti abdominus experianced after giving birth. We also provide advice on lifting and feeding positions. Find more information on the Postnatal Physiotherapy page.
The MummyMOT is a postnatal 6-week check that tests the muscles of the tummy and pelvic floor. Performed by our Specialist Women’s Health Physiotherapist and it is recommended for all women after having a baby. It includes:
- 1-hour post-natal assessment with a Specialist Women’s Health Physiotherapist
- Ideally at 6 weeks and beyond
- Checks pelvic floor strength and tummy gap
- Assesses any physical problems arising from pregnancy and birth
- Recommends a bespoke postnatal recovery programme, looking at posture, breathing and core activation