This covers treatment of all injuries and conditions pertaining to muscle, bone, joints and other soft tissues.
Electrotherapy is the application of various kinds of electric current to the affected area of the body to accelerate healing and reduce swelling and pain. It can also be used to help facilitate movement and stimulate nerve recovery.
Physio.co.uk runs various Pilate's classes instructed by specially trained physiotherapists ensuring you get the most out of your Pilates session.
This involves carrying out exercises and specific physiotherapy techniques in heated therapy pools. This has a range of therapeutic benefits not easily achievable in a clinic setting.
The anatomy and physiology of children is fundamentally the same as that of adults but responds differently to injury and treatment. Paediatric physiotherapy takes special consideration of these differences and aims to make treatment engaging and effective for the child.
Respiratory conditions affect the respiratory system (the nose, throat, windpipe and lungs). Our specialised therapists can provide targeted treatment including lung clearance and breathing techniques to help manage the condition and improve recovery
Respiratory conditions affect the respiratory system (the nose, throat, windpipe and lungs). Our specialised therapists can provide targeted treatment including lung clearance and breathing techniques to help manage the condition and improve recovery.
Physio.co.uk have a dedicated team of massage physiotherapists all with their own specialist areas. Massage has therapeutic value in aiding recovery and preventing injury.
Painful conditions can have an enormous impact on a person's quality of life and have knock-on effects on their general health. Our therapists understand the mechanical and chemical triggers for pain and the techniques for managing and reducing it.
Orthotics is the umbrella term for types of equipment used to prevent or rehabilitate injuries or to improve quality of life. They are most commonly used to control or limit movement of a specific joint.
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