Conditions We Treat
Our physiotherapists have a detailed knowledge of human anatomy and movement and can help you during illness or injury as well as offering preventative advice. Physiotherapy is of benefit in treating conditions such as:
- Achilles tendon pain
- Acupuncture for pain relief
- Ankle pain & weak ankles
- Arthritis and Osteoarthritis
- Calf pain
- Domestic and Industrial Injuries
- Groin and Adductor strains
- Hip and Knee Pain
- Neck and Back Pain
- Shin Splints
- Slipped disc and Sciatica
- Sports, joint, muscle injuries
- Tennis and Golfer's elbow
- Whiplash injuries
- Treatment following surgery is also available so as to maximise your recovery
- Spinal pain
- Sports injuries
- Repetitive Strain Injury
- Chronic pain
- Back pain
- Whiplash to neck or back
- Acupuncture treatment to stop smoking
- Acupuncture treatment to lose weight
This includes muscular aches, sciatica, disc bulge or pain referred into the arms and legs. Symptoms may also include tingling, numbness or weakness.
Generalised Joint Problems
Effective in the treatment of painful, swollen joints and for those diagnosed with osteo-arthritis or rheumatoid arthritis.
Treatment of neck pain, which can also be felt into the shoulders and arms - can be due to posture, stiff joints or whiplash. Also effective in the treatment of headaches, dizziness and vertigo.
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We treat recent injuries such as acute ankle sprains, hamstring tears as well as knee ligament or cartilage damage. Long term problems such as recurring tennis elbow, faulty foot biomechanics, Achilles tendon overstrain; shoulder strains and neck sprains can also be helped.
Work-related pain through prolonged postures, such as low back, neck and arm pain as well as carpal tunnel syndrome. Sports people also can suffer from overuse injuries such as painful shoulders, golfers and tennis elbow, shin splints and inflamed tendons.
Post-operative or Post-fracture
We are able to help reduce pain and swelling, strengthen muscles, improve function and return to normal movement.
This is a very common complaint with poor posture leading to pain, overstrain and tiredness. It is treated with assessment of work station set-up, advice and exercises and other physiotherapy techniques.