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Physiotherapy is an effective treatment used to restore movement and function when someone is affected by illness, injury or disability.
Our chartered physiotherapists can work closely with GPs and consultants
Our private physiotherapists do not have long waiting lists and are able to provide thorough consultation. They are friendly, highly experienced and qualified and regularly undertake further studies to ensure that patients receive the most up to date treatment.
Available without GP referral when paying privately. A GP referral may be required when paying using your health insurance.
Your Physiotherapy Treatment Plan 1-2-3
1. Your physiotherapist will start with an initial consultation. This is a little longer than a typical follow up treatment. At the consultation they will ask questions to understand your injury or condition, how it came about, and your physiotherapist may have lots of questions to ask you to help them understand your lifestyle. Your areas of injury will also be observed and assessed when you move. If you have any medical test results of your injury (such as X-rays or an MRI), then it is helpful to bring these so that they can see their findings and not repeat tests already done.
2. They will then develop a treatment and/or rehabilitation program with you and implement this immediately on your first consultation. Physiotherapists treat you by using manipulation, massage and exercises to help your body recover from injury or illness.
Generally, your appointments are more frequent in the early stages, and become further apart towards the end of your treatment plan as you regain movement, strength and balance. it is important that you give your physiotherapist as much feedback as you can about how your recovery is progressing so that any adjustments can be made to your treatment plan. Sometimes you will be given exercises to continue at home.
3. Our physiotherapists will not only treat the problem but by spending time with you will often be able to show the you how to minimise the impact of the problem and to help prevent the problem recurring.
If required, we also teach you strategies for managing crutches, bandaging and taping up injures, and give advice on standing up and moving around while you are recovering.
What Should You Wear?
You will be treated in private rooms and may generally be asked to remove items of clothing so that your injury may be assessed thoroughly. Ideally wear comfortable clothing that allows access to your injury. If you do not have this with you, we can provide a gown. If you wish to have a chaperone present for any part of your treatment please just ask one will be provided for you.
Our physiotherapists commonly diagnose and promptly treat the following conditions:
Spinal problems - including prolapsed discs, degeneration, sciatica, lumbago, stiff/painful neck and referred arm and leg pain
Joint problems - arthritis, injury, pain and swelling, stiffness in joints Injuries – to muscles ligaments, cartilage and tendons.
Work related conditions such as repetitive strain injury (RSI) and sports injuries
After surgery - rehabilitation after orthopaedic surgery e.g.. hip and knee replacements or general physiotherapy after general surgery
Fractures - treatment to increase the healing rate and gain full function once the bones have healed
Gynaecological conditions - including stress incontinence, salpingitis and post-surgery or post natal rehabilitation
Obstetrics - including ante and post-natal classes/exercise/relaxation/advice and treatment for backpain during pregnancy
Rehabilitation for neurological conditions - such as strokes, head injuries, nerve injuries, multiple sclerosis, shingles, cerebral palsy and MEPaediatrics - for childhood conditions including postural and walking problems*
Massage Our physiotherapist also provides deep tissue massage