Physiotherapy (manual therapy, exercise prescription, dry needling, soft tissue and joint mobilisation)
neck, mid and lower back pain, peripheral joint pain (shoulders, knees, ankles, wrists),
headaches, tendon issues (tennis elbow, Achilles tendonitis), over use issues.
Benefits of therapy
Reduction in pain, restoration of movement and return to normal life, with self-care strategies to prevent re-occurrence.
How it works
Restoring tissues and joint to optimal position and facilitation the restoration of anatomical and physiological balance
What happens in a session?
The first assessment will look to identify the structure/s at fault, which are leading to the presenting condition. Following the assessment (first session) a diagnosis can be made and treated in that and subsequent sessions to resolve the cause of symptoms rather than just addressing the symptoms.
Patients are often given a program of exercises and advice to work on a home to enable independent management as soon as is possible. Our ethos is very much based around achieving results quickly and enabling the patient to understand how to.
Length of session
Phin Robinson MCSP
Clinical lead: 01603 791190