Our Services

Our extensive range of physiotherapy treatments includes (read more below):
Gait Analysis
Injection Therapy
Manual Therapy
Men’s Health Specialities
Shockwave Therapy
Sports Injury Rehabilitation
Sports (deep tissue) Massage
Women’s Health Specialities

Chartered Physiotherapists work in a variety of settings including hospitals, health centres, GP practices, schools, work places, private clinics and also by visiting people at home.

Should you wish to see a Physiotherapist for private treatment, please make sure they are Chartered and registered with the Health and Care Professions Council. By seeing a Chartered Physiotherapist you can be assured that the clinician is properly qualified (usually to Degree standard), governed by professional codes of conduct as well as having professional and Public liability insurance.

Acupuncture is used by Physiotherapists as a means of enhancing pain modulation via the stimulation of the brain and spinal cord to produce NATURAL pain relieving chemicals, such as endorphins and Serotonin.

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Manual Therapy  is often described as the ‘hands-on’ treatment provided by your Physiotherapist. Treatment may include joint mobilisation and manipulation, muscle stretching and ….. Learn more
A Biometric (Gait) Assessment investigates your lower limb function – looking closely for abnormalities and compensations. We examine the underlying possible causes of heel pain, knee pain and even back pain.

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Men’s Health problems can be effectively treated with Physiotherapy. Many men suffer from debilitating conditions and are so often too embarrassed to seek help or unaware of the treatments available.  Learn more
Injection therapy is the treatment of musculoskeletal (MSK) disorders by the localised injection of a drug (usually a corticosteroid with or without a local anaesthetic). There is a wealth of evidence supporting its use.
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Clinical Pilates is taught by APPI qualified Physiotherapists. The principles of standard Pilates are adapted to improve the safety and effectiveness of the exercises, which actually improves back and neck pain. Learn more
Physiotherapists are experts in Rehabilitation. Our team will work closely with your hospital consultant to ensure your post-surgery rehabilitation is tailor-made for you.Learn more
Sports Massage is a deep tissue massage based on Swedish massage techniques. It is one of the most effective therapies for releasing muscle tension and restoring the muscles ….  Learn more
Shockwave Therapy, which are actually mechanical pressure waves, are a widely-used technique for the treatment of diseases of muscles, tendons and tendon attachment sites.

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There are a wide range of conditions that can be treated and helped by a Women’s Health Physiotherapist which include: Stress urinary incontinence, Sexual discomfort, Pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain problems…

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Whether you are suffering from an overuse or a traumatic Sports Injury, we can help you get back to full fitness and offer you guidance on preventing future injuries.
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Physiotherapy helps to encourage development, manage pain and facilitate recovery, enabling people to stay in work while helping them to remain independent for as long as possible.
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