physiotherapy1Physiotherapists work with patients to identify and improve their movement and function. They help promote their patients’ health and wellbeing, and assist the rehabilitation process by developing and restoring body systems. They devise and review treatment programmes, comprising manual therapy, massage, movement, therapeutical exercise and the application of technological equipment, e.g. ultrasound. Physiotherapists also provide advice on how to avoid injury.

Depending on diagnosis physiotherapy treatments may include:

  • Sports massage
  • Specific soft tissue mobilisation
  • Trigger point release
  • Detailed exercise therapy
  • Spinal and peripheral joint mobilisation
  • Strapping and taping
  • Muscle stretching and imbalance correction
  • Ultrasound
  • Education
  • Acupuncture

What to expect

Your initial assessment will last up to 1 hour and will involve:

  • Compilation of medical history
  • Clinical assessment
  • Appropriate treatment
  • Advice and instruction in self management which may include an exercise programme

Follow ups are 45 minutes.
Payment is requested at the time of treatment.