Adults: £65 for 1 Hour
Adults: £55 for 30 Minutes
What is Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy (in this case orthopaedic) is a science-based profession designed to help restore movement and function for somebody affected by injury, disability or illness.
It takes a whole person approach to health and wellbeing, including patient’s activities and general lifestyle.
A physiotherapist will use a variety of techniques including massage techniques, movement, exercise, education and advice.
What conditions may be seen by a Physiotherapist?
Physiotherapy (orthopaedic) is widely recognised for its success in treating a variety of musculoskeletal problems:
• Migraine and headaches
• Frozen and stiff shoulders
• Repetitive strain injuries
• Sports injuries
• Knee and hip problems
• Arthritic pain and stiffness
• Trapped nerves
• Leg pain and sciatica
• Ankle and foot problems
• Whiplash injuries
• Tennis elbow and wrist pain
• Post-surgical rehabilitation
Who is Physiotherapy suitable for?
Physiotherapists may help, adults, the elderly or disabled , pregnant women as well as athletes.
What happens when I see a Physiotherapist?
On your first appointment a case history will be taken, and a physical assessment performed. As part of the physical examination, you may be asked to remove some outer clothing and do a few simple movements. This will provide an overall impression of your posture and build and highlight areas of stiffness and pain. After a thorough assessment, the Physiotherapist will explain what he or she believes to be causing your symptoms and will proceed to your first treatment. Problems that have been going on for several months or years are likely to need a series of treatments over several weeks, whereas those which have just developed can often be resolved within a few sessions.