Physiotherapists are movement experts. Through strong manual physiotherapy techniques we are able to treat any joint & muscle problems, whether it is sports or work-related.
Musculoskeletal Pain – back pain, neck pain, shoulder and elbow pain, wrist and thumb pain, pelvis and hip pain, knee pain, and ankle and foot pain.
Post-Surgery Rehabilitation –physiotherapy and rehabilitation following fractures, back and neck surgery, tendon and ligament repairs, total knees & total hip replacements, shoulder surgery, ankle surgery.
Computer Related Injuries – any pain that arises from prolonged periods of time sitting at your desk including neck pain and back pain, joint pain and repetitive strain injuries.
Sports injuries – this is our passion! We have extensive experience using physiotherapy to treat runners, swimmers, basketball players, tennis and squash players as well as synchronized swimmers. We have also worked with a number of professional sport teams as well as at the London Olympic Athlete’s Village Medial Centre. Whether you are a professional sports person or an amateur runner, we are happy to treat you and guide you to prevent re-injury.
Dance Injuries – We have worked extensively with professional dancers (Matthew Bourne Dancers & Streetdance). Dancers usually need physiotherapy that is fast and effective, in order to get them back into rehearsals or performance.
Headaches and Jaw Pain – Certain headaches (called cervicogenic headaches) are caused by tightness or dysfunction in the neck or the jaw. If you are constantly suffering from headaches and/or jaw pain, come in for an assessment to see if we can help through physiotherapy.
Pregnancy and Women’s Health – We’re able to treat musculoskeletal pain which you might experience during and after pregnancy and we’re also able to guide you on how to get back in shape following a natural birth or a c/section. We can help with abdominal re-training and pelvic floor re-education.
There is increasing evidence that physiotherapy can alleviate and in many cases cure pelvic floor pain, incontinence or dysfunction. This could be an embarrassing condition and most women are unaware that help is available.
Children – We are able to treat any musculoskeletal or sports injury in children as long as the child is accompanied by an adult if under the age of 16.
Elderly – We can treat any fractures sustained by the elderly whether operated or not; particularly total knee and total hip replacements, back pain and arthritic pain.
Musicians – We’ve worked with a number of professional musicians both locally and abroad. Musicians are very similar to high-level athletes that need specific physiotherapy treatments and help in prevention of repetitive strain injuries.
Chronic Pain – Our practitioners have a special interest in chronic pain and enjoy assessing and treating painful chronic conditions that have possibly failed other conventional treatments. Please contact us directly to discuss if you might benefit from physiotherapy treatment.
Workstation Assessments – if we feel that your desk or chair are the cause of your pain and symptoms, we’ll assist you in improving your work environment. We can organise a work station assessment at your office or workplace.
Scoliosis – We see a number of patients suffering from scoliosis (ranging from teenagers to the elderly) with varying levels of degree of curvature, even post-surgery. With physiotherapy we help them alleviate the pain caused by the curve and work with them through an exercise programme to keep the spine as supple as possible, reducing the pain and disability caused by the scoliosis