Why Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapists work in different medical specialties within the NHS during training and in the early years after qualifying .They work closely with Consultants, GP’s and other medical professionals and it is this broad medical knowledge that makes Physiotherapy special. You can be confident that your Physiotherapists is trained to pick up any worrying signs or symptoms that need further investigation and understands the impact of any of your other medical conditions or medications. Physiotherapists offer a wide range of treatment options and after your initial assesment these will be discussed before building an individual treatment plan to suit your needs. Physiotherapy treatment benefits a wide range of conditions, the list below provides examples of the most common. If you have any questions please phone and ask.
  • BACK AND NECK PAIN
  • SHOULDER TENDON AND MUSCLE INJURIES
  • COMPUTER OR WORK RELATED REPETITIVE STRESS INJURIES
  • HEADACHES
  • TENNIS ELBOW
  • SPORTS INJURIES
  • ARTHRITIS
  • POST OPERATIVE REHABILITATION
The leaflets on this page below provide useful advice, they are also available in the waiting room.