What We Do

Physiotherapy is science-based and a natural medical treatment. With evidence-based practice, the aim of physiotherapy is to reduce the symptoms of the injured site or problem area in order to return to normal function.

Assessment and Treatment

During the initial assessment, your physiotherapist will chat with you to find out about your condition and perform a comprehensive physical examination to identify the source of the problem. The diagnosis and prognosis will then be fully explained and treatment goals agreed. Treatment normally starts during the initial session.

Conditions commonly treated

Our experienced chartered physiotherapists have a wealth of knowledge in treating a variety of musculoskeletal pain and disorders commonly encountered. These include:

  • Back and neck pain (eg, sciatica, muscle spasm, slipped disc)
  • Acute and chronic joint pain (eg, arthritis, rheumatic disorders)
  • Sports injuries (eg, muscle strains, ligament sprains, cartilage injuries)
  • Work-related injuries and postural disorders (eg, repetitive strain injuries, neck/back pain)
  • Whiplash disorders
  • Musculoskeletal imbalances or reduced mobility following trauma or surgery

Physiotherapy Treatments

As physiotherapists we use a variety of techniques including:

  • Joint and spinal mobilisation and manipulation
  • Soft tissue mobilisation/massage and release techniques
  • Exercise therapy and rehabilitation
  • Electrotherapy
  • Advice and education related to self-management of the condition
  • Ergonomic assessment and advice

If you want to find out more about Physiotherapy, please follow the following link:
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapists