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Hip / Knee / Ankle Pain

It is very common to experience pain in the lower limb, and the usual reasons are due to injury during sport or degenerative changes causing pain as we get older. Our first job is to determine where the pain is …

Pre and Post Surgery Rehabilitation

There are many incidences where consulting the physiotherapist before your operation is really useful and helpful in gaining the best outcome afterwards. Before joint replacement is one. We can prepare you for what to expect postoperatively, encourage correct muscle activation …

Post Trauma and Fractures

It is very unfortunate when anyone injures themselves, however, getting the right physiotherapy at the right time is so important for full recovery. This is where we come in. We have years of experience working within trauma and orthopaedics at …

Soft Tissue Injuries

This term covers the spectrum of injuries affecting muscles, tendons and other connective tissue. Soft tissue injury can occur for a variety of reasons, and establishing what caused the problem can be a helpful way to find the solution. You …

After Joint Replacement

We see many patients following joint replacement surgery. Now that they have a new joint, they are keen to get the best out of it! In those first few weeks following surgery, it’s important to regain range of movement and …

Headache Treatment

‘Cervicogenic headache’ is the term used for headaches caused by a problem within the neck. ‘Tension headache’ is a headache caused by muscle tension, from scalp and neck muscles, and from stress. There are numerous types of headache (see International …

Muscle Imbalance Issues

If muscles don’t work well together, we can run into difficulties with the way we move. This can then lead to pain and overstrain. No muscle in our body works independently of the muscles around it. When we address muscle …

Nerve Injuries e.g. Sciatica / Carpal Tunnel

Nerve injuries range from mild pressure on a nerve, known as neuropraxia, to complete severance of a nerve, usually requiring surgery and extensive rehabilitation to retrain the motor and sensory aspects of the nerve and optimise the restoration of function. …

Falls / Balance / Mobility Issues

Usually falls, balance and mobility issues occur in order persons, however, there are conditions affecting young people which can affect their ability to balance effectively and therefore increase their risk of falling. Middle ear problems or neurological issues are prime …

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