Our physiotherapists use a combination of hands on treatments, rehabilitation and soft tissue techniques to address the underlying problems that contribute to conditions such as: Groin and adductor injuries Labral tears Femoral impingement syndrome Bursitis Osteoarthritis Total hip replacements (THR)
Our physiotherapists use a combination of hands on treatments, rehabilitation and soft tissue techniques to address the underlying problems that contribute to conditions such as: Achilles’s tendon Ligament sprains Calf strains Osteochondral issues Osteoarthritis Heel spur and plantar fascia syndrome Ankle and metatarsal fractures Biomechanical Dysfunction
Our physiotherapists use a combination of hands on treatments, rehabilitation and soft tissue techniques to address the underlying problems that contribute to conditions such as: Sciatica Disc protrusions Pre and post natal back pain – use of techniques to offload sacro-iliac and pubic joint e.g. muscle energy techniques, taping, pregnancy belts and clinical Pilates. Post-operative rehabilitation Nerve root Muscle ache Facet joint pain Osteoarthritis Muscle tightness Thoracic spine pain Sacroiliac Dysfunction
Using findings from biomechanical assessment, functional screening, knowledge of common injuries with specific sports and review of your training load to formulate a specific injury reduction programme to minimise risk of injury or breakdown in performance.
Biomechanical analysis of functional movement to determine areas of potential injury, addressing strength imbalances, and improving posture, performance and health. Basically, optimising your movement and prevent injury from occurring through physiotherapy treatment.
Specific individualised strengthening and / or mobility programme using our clinical based hands on physiotherapy with verbal cues to enable normal movements and progression through different stages of recovery and speedy but safe return to activities and sports.
Mobility and stretching treatment, utilising a mixture of static and dynamic movements using foam rollers, trigger balls and power bands to release muscle tightness & restore joint and tissue mobility to enable you to move again.
Specific isolated muscle activation combined with functional resistance training using bodyweight and other exercise equipment such as power bands and weights to enable fast improvements in strength. This functional physiotherapy treatment strengthens weak body parts and can help prevent injuries from occurring.
Postural correction is a physiotherapy treatment, providing a combination of education, rehabilitation, mobilisation and strapping techniques to enable you to increase awareness of the issue, minimise poor posture and modify activities to reduce pain and deterioration of symptoms. If you would like to find out more about our Postural Correction treatments, please do not hesitate to Contact Us – we are always happy to help!
Soft tissue release is a combination of techniques such Myofascial trigger point release, where the physiotherapist engages the myofascial tissue “restrictive barrier” (tension) and then loads this tissue with a constant force until “release” occurs. Massage which involves manipulating soft tissue for therapeutic purposes. Massage incorporates manual touch to improve circulation, relax muscles, improve range of motion, and increase endorphin levels. Active release techniques (ART) this is a soft tissue method that focuses on relieving tissue tension via the removal of fibrosis/adhesions that develops in tissue and Dry needling.