Physiotherapy

The term musculoskeletal originates from the combination of muscular and skeletal systems. The musculoskeletal system provides stability, support, power production, control, and movement. Injuries/conditions and imbalances with tendons, ligaments, joints, muscles, and nerves can all disturb the musculoskeletal system and prevent us from performing normal functional movements. By utilising a combination of specific treatment modalities such as Manual Therapy, Medical Acupuncture, Kinesiology Taping, Massage, IASTM, Dry Cupping, and Exercise Prescription, we aim to improve joint and muscle function as well as reducing pain, enhancing the range of movement, flexibility, coordination, and strength.

A vital part of the successful outcome following the operation of a specific joint is to follow a progressive and safe physiotherapy/exercise plan with treatment focusing on restoring and maintaining optimal mobility, strengthening the joint and tissues around the operated area, promoting functional ability and enhancing the healing process.

Tissues and muscles around the operated site can often become problematic post-surgery. This can cause a build up of scar tissue, which will cause joint stiffness and pain. We have skilled therapists who will aim to decrease tension and promote healing to allow you to move easier, reduce pain and improve mobility. Our experts are on hand to provide the best exercise/gym programmes to help you achieve your optimal recovery and specific goals, which may include: improving flexibility, strength, proprioception, speed, and general movement.

Initial Appointment

The first appointment will consist of a consultation with clinical reasoning involving history taking and subjective questioning. The physical assessment which involves active, passive, resisted, neurological and special tests will be performed to identify the condition and a diagnosis can then be made. The suspected diagnosis will be explained for the client to have a better understanding and become educated about their condition.

At the final phase of the consultation, a treatment plan will be made and conducted with consideration of your condition/injury. Goals and targets will also be set to ensure a progressive rehabilitation programme and consistent monitoring. Treatment plans can incorporate all of our services to achieve the best possible outcome.

Follow Up Appointment

The follow up session may involve a brief subject and objective assessment in order to identify any improvement or areas that need to be worked on. During this session, treatments such as manual therapy, medical acupuncture, kinesiology taping, massage and exercise rehabilitation will be utilised efficiently considering the treatment plan and patient condition. Follow up sessions are vital to ensuring progressive rehabilitation and improvement for the long term.

Please ensure that appropriate clothing is worn when attending each session (Sports Bra, Shorts, Short Sleeve Shirts etc…)

Conditions Treated:

Neck | Shoulder | Elbow | Wrist Pain

Hip | Knee | Ankle | Foot Pain

Cervical (Upper Back) | Thoracic (Mid Back) | Lumbar (Lower Back) Pain

Neurological Conditions

Pre & Post Operative Rehabilitation / Treatment

Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV)

Vestibular Rehab

Sports Injuries

Desk-Related Conditions

Postural Issues

Sprains (Ligament Injuries) | Strains (Tendon Injuries)