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0844 567 6385 (9am - 5pm)

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What We Do

Physiotherapy is a health profession that involves the diagnosis and treatment of health problems that cause pain, limit movement and affect normal daily activities. Treatment aims to reduce pain, improve movement and function. It is a well-established and accepted form of healthcare.

On arrival in our clinics, you will be greeted by the therapist, who willl take a full and thorough history including any relevant medical history. Asking about the problem including how it started, how your condition progressed, where you feel your pain/symptoms along with what aggravates and eases them.

The physiotherapist will then fully examine the area of the problem taking into account your posture or any deformities your waist and for hip or back problems will require you to undress to your underwear. Please wear appropriate clothing which allows us to take a close look at the area. During the examination we will perform a series of movements and tests followed by the therapist using their hands to feel for any tenderness or abnormalities of the area.

In physiotherapy diagnosis and treatment is determined after a thorough assessment is done. This diagnosis and treatment is derived by a clinical reasoning process and is based on the best available scientific research.

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Physiotherapy involves the treatment of many different conditions in many different healthcare settings. Examples as below:

  • General Back Pain and Sciatica
  • Low Back Pain
  • Neck Pain and Headaches
  • Disc pain/Trapped Nerve
  • Arthritic Pain and Stiffness
  • Whiplash
  • Sprains/Strains
  • Shoulder, Elbow (Tennis Elbow) and Wrist
  • Hip, Groin, Thigh and Hamstring Pain
  • Knee Pain
  • Ankle, Achilles and Foot

Physiotherapists use a wide range of treatments. With injuries of the spine, joints, muscles and nerves, treatments can include hands-on techniques such as joint mobilisations, manipulations, massage and stretches. Heat, ice, ultrasound, acupuncture and electrotherapy can also be used for pain-relief.


Physio First Chartered Society of Physiotherapists

Health Professions Council