Manual therapy: we are specially trained to provide mobilisation and manipulation of joints and muscles as part of a complete rehabilitative program
Pilates: we are skilled in the highly specialised form of clinical Pilates. This approach encourages quality of movement and correction of any dysfunction through postural exercise.
Acupuncture: using a Western approach we are trained in the use of acupuncture for pain relief. It proves to be useful adjunct to the rehabilitation process.
Electrotherapy including Therapeutic Ultrasound and Laser: we incorporate the use of electrotherapy to aid natural healing and to promote pain relief. This is a common approach within physiotherapy as part of a comprehensive rehabilitative regime.
Sports massage: this common approach improves the healing of soft tissues, reduces muscle stiffness and pain and encourages flexibility
Physiotherapists will not only treat the problem but by spending time with the patient will often be able to show the patient how to help prevent the problem happening again.
Physiotherapists use a number of different techniques including manipulation and mobilisation, massage, hydrotherapy, exercise programmes, electrotherapy (e.g. ultrasound) and in some cases acupuncture.
A 30 minute treatment costs £50
If a home visit is necessary the cost is £80
A treatment costs £50
If acupuncture is provided during a physiotherapy session to enhance the treatment outcome no extra cost will be incurred.