Feel better quicker, with our expert help
From ankle injuries, knee injuries, up to neck injuries, we aim to resolve your problem swiftly with the least possible inconvenience to your lifestyle and to minimise the risk of recurrence. You will see great results through our combination of manual therapy treatment, individually designed rehabilitation programmes and advice.
Common problems and injuries that we help resolve:
- Back pain and neck pain
- Painful conditions occurring in and around tendons
- Muscle and ligament sprains
- Painful knees
- Frozen shoulder
- Tennis elbow / Golfers elbow
- Postural problems
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- ITB syndrome
- Sacroiliac pain
- Shoulder pain and stiffness
- Headaches or dizziness
- Repetitive strain injuries
- Spinal conditions including whiplash
- Hip and knee osteoarthritis
- Post fracture
- Post and pre-op surgery
- Pelvic girdle pain
Problems with your joints?
If your joints are stiff or painful as a result of injury or overuse, we provide a range of manual techniques to help restore full range of motion. Joints of the elbow, wrist and hand benefit from this technique as well as the spine to relieve lower back pain. Our Physiotherapists use mobilisations in combination with other treatments such as soft tissue work and exercise.
Pre-surgery exercise programmes
Our pre-habilitation exercise programmes are designed to prepare a person physically and mentally for surgery and major medical procedures. Prehabilitation is also used to help athletes prevent injury through sports-specific exercises and activities. Generally, the more fit and active a person is before surgery, the more likely they will retain a higher level of function afterwards and get back to their daily activities faster. A pre-surgical conditioning programme will enhance the effects of rehabilitation by training the muscles for the exercises the individual will need to do after surgery. To gain the most benefit, pre-habilitation should commence at least 6 weeks before to surgery.
- helps individuals get back to their daily activities faster and more easily than people who don’t do pre-hab
- helps patients improve function before a major medical procedure
- prepares patients for the physical challenges of rehabilitation
- helps patients prepare mentally before and after treatment