Physiotherapists are experts in the diagnosis and management of conditions affecting the neuromusculoskeletal system; this covers bones, joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments and nerves. It is responsible for supporting the body during both rest and activity. Physiotherapy is a science-based profession, this means treatments provided must be based on up-to-date researched techniques and internationally recognised standards of care.
Common disorders that Physiotherapist treat include:
- Low back and neck pain, including disc injuries, muscle strain and chronic pain
- Headaches including tension headaches, TMJ issues and radicular pain from the neck
- Joint disorders such as osteoarthritis, cartilage damage and joint instability
- Muscle and ligament injuries including strains, sprains, and repetitive stress or overuse
- Sport injuries, and sports injury prevention, including ITB syndrome, Achilles/patella tendinopathy and shin splints
- Post-surgical prehabilitation and rehabilitation including ligament repair such as ACL/PCL, tendon repairs such as rotator cuff repair, and joint surgery for fracture repair
- Spinal injuries/ surgery
- Chronic pain conditions including fibromyalgia or hypermobility syndrome
Physiotherapy is a recognised health profession governed by the Allied Health Professionals Council; all our therapists have internationally recognised certification and are fully licenced by the AHPC.
Although there are a number of subspecialities within physiotherapy, our team members are highly experienced and able to manage all musculoskeletal disorders. However, should you have any questions or want to check who might suit your particular needs best, simply ask our reception team and they will be happy to guide you
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