Sports / Soft-tissue damage
Treatment for sprains, bruising and damage to the soft tissues are the mainstay of Physiotherapy – this tends to cover muscular, ligaments, tendon, cartilage and nerve issues.
Neck and back problems
Issues of this nature include prolapsed discs, degeneration of joints and ligaments, sciatica, lumbago, stiff / painful neck and/or shoulders as well as referred arm and leg pains
Headaches & Migraines
We look at the cause of your headache and treat them problems accordingly.
To correct postural problems and muscle imbalances.
Physiotherapy can alleviate issues including arthritis, rheumatism (and associated disorders), injuries as well as pain, swelling and stiffness in joints throughout the body (e.g. shoulders / elbows / hips / wrists / knees / ankles).
Repetitive strain / over-use injuries and other work-related conditions
Our Physiotherapy treatment includes ergonomic assessment and advice for prevention going ahead.
Physiotherapy fracture treatment looks to enhance the healing rate and restore the areas to full functionality.
Physiotherapy is often a key part of the rehabilitation process after a variety of orthopaedic surgery (e.g. operations on knee cartilage, ligament repair, as well as back / shoulder surgery).
Pregnancy and Post-natal issues
Treatment for back pain, pregnancy related physical issues and post-natal rehabilitation as well as advice on the right types of exercise and relaxation.
We use treatments such as:
- Manual Therapy
- Rehabilitation Exercises