If you suffer from back or neck pain, a sports injury, arthritis – in fact, any joint or muscle problem – Physiotherapy can help relieve your pain and get you moving again. This therapy helps you physically, and mentally, to treat pain and lead a happier, healthier life.
Physiotherapists are involved in helping people of all ages, from young infants to the elderly, from all walks of life. They commonly treat people suffering back or neck pain, general aches and pains and sports injuries.
This means we are able to help with any muscle, bone, joint or ligament problem you may have. We also have physiotherapists, who treat issues such as continence and pregnancy-related pain.
We have an award-winning team of physiotherapists who are trained to assess the underlying causes of joint, muscle and nerve injuries so you can be confident of the treatment and advice that you receive.
You will get effective treatment that uses a wide range of techniques to:
To do this, the treatment you receive may include education and advice about your condition and your health, joint mobilisation and manipulation, therapeutic exercise and stretches, and soft tissue massage.
Our team are experts in diagnosing and treating injuries and will provide you with easy to understand and helpful advice. Our approach is a holistic one that takes into consideration every aspect of your life. This unique approach allows us to understand your concerns better and provide more robust treatment plans.
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Telephone Triage is rapid access to a telephone advice service, operated remotely by specially-trained Chartered Physiotherapists. It is available to patients 52 weeks a year, including evenings.Find out more
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MCATS stands for Musculoskeletal Clinical Assessment and Treatment Service. It is provided as part of an overall Musculoskeletal Pathway and effectively screens patients so they can be seen by the right clinician/service at the right time.Find out more
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