This covers treatment of all injuries and conditions pertaining to muscle, bone, joints and other soft tissues.
Relates to all injuries commonly associated with playing sports, with specialised focus on recovery time and progressive return to sports.
Any surgery can be physically taxing. We provide pre-op treatment to ensure you are in the best condition before surgery and post-op treatment to achieve the best recovery possible.
Although this is a specialised field of physiotherapy it cover a very broad range of conditions. Even if you do not yet have an official diagnosis our experienced therapists can help provide relief by treating your symptoms.
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.
These 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.
An amputation will have life altering consequences but our therapists can help manage that transition. We can help maintain the best possible health whilst maximising your functional ability with mobility aids or a prosthesis.
Rheumatological conditions are autoimmune diseases which cause inflammation to joints, muscles, tendons or ligaments. Physiotherapy is an excellent way of managing these symptoms and reducing the effect that Rheumatological conditions have on your lifestyle.
Learning difficulties is an umbrella term used to describe lifelong conditions in which people with find it harder to learn, understand and communicate. Physiotherapy aims to allow people with learning difficulties to be better able to deal with the demands of everyday life.
Some specific conditions are unique to the anatomical differences between men and women and so will only every affect one gender group. We have experienced physiotherapists who specialise in women's health issues and in the treatment techniques that will achieve the best recovery results.
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.
This concerns conditions affecting the heart and circulatory system, for which our specialist therapists have a range treatments to relieve symptoms and manage your recovery.
There are a range of conditions that predominately affect people later in life either from general musculoskeletal wear and tear or from progressive neurological degeneration. Our experienced therapists can help relieve symptoms and help you achieve the best possible functional ability to improve your quality of life.
Physiotherapy can be important in the recovery from cancer and facilitate the best possible return to normal functional ability. In severe cases physiotherapy can help to maintain quality of life.
A mental health problem affects how we think, feel and behave and can have a significant impact on an individual's everyday life and physical function. Physiotherapy treatment can help a person with a mental health problem manage their symptoms and enhance their quality of life.
Some specific conditions are unique to the anatomical differences between men and women and so will only every affect one gender group. We have experienced physiotherapists who specialise in men's health issues and in the treatment techniques that will achieve the best recovery results.
Vestibular Physiotherapy is a specialised area of therapy focused on treating the systems controlling balance and associated dizziness.
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