Physiotherapy is a degree-based healthcare profession. All our Physiotherapists are Chartered Physiotherapists and completed post graduate courses. Physiotherapists use their knowledge and skills to improve a range of conditions associated with different systems of the body. We specialise in the Physiotherapy treatment of musculoskeletal problems, biomechanical problems, sports injuries, including any back, neck, muscular, soft tissue or joint pain.

Our skilled Chartered Physiotherapists use a predominately ‘hands on’ approach with variety of treatment techniques.

The treatments we use are tailored to individual patients needs based on the findings of a thorough assessment. We provide rehabilitation, advice and treatments for a wide range of injuries and conditions. For example, road traffic accidents, post surgery patients, arthritis sufferers, back, neck and joint problems. Surgery often leaves patients with pain, stiffness and muscle wasting which can lead to mobility problems. Our treatments strive to minimise the functional loss associated with painful injuries.

Core stability / postural control instruction is offered to help improve posture, reduce back pain and is beneficial to a wide range of people such as those recovering from back pain, abdominal, spinal or bladder surgery or after pregnancy.

Gait analysis and specialised assessment of biomechanics of the feet and lower limb via video analysis is available with the provision of Orthotics (insoles) tailored to improve foot alignment and gait pattern.

Treatment techniques may include:

• Spinal and 
joint mobilisation
• Manipulation techniques
• Soft tissue mobilisation
• Neural mobilisation techniques
• Connective tissue release
• Trigger point treatment
• Myofascial release techniques
• Acupuncture
• Dry needling
• Lumbar and Neck Traction
• Taping / strapping techniques
• Exercise & Rehabilitation
• Postural correction
• Ergonomic Assessment
• Provision of orthotics, braces and appliances
• Biomechanical / gait analysis

Electrotherapeutic modalities:
Interferential Therapy
Electrical Stimulation
• Neurotech / Knee Rehab