THE ROAD TO RECOVERY STARTS HERE
WHAT IS PHYSIOTHERAPY?
Physiotherapy is a comprehensive treatment that helps to restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury, illness or disability. It aims to reduce or eliminate pain and maximise the overall health and wellbeing of a person.
New Practice Procedures
In line with the government and our professional body’s guidance, physiotherapy will now be delivered in the following way:
You will be offered a virtual consultation for all appointments first. This will allow for finding out about the problems you are having and from this we can decide whether the problem can be managed remotely through professional advice, support and appropriate exercises or whether a face to face appointment is required.
If a face to face appointment is deemed appropriate this will be carried out in line with Public Health England guidance to ensure the correct infection control procedures are in place.
For all physiotherapy and Pilates enquiries please contact Anne Saunders on: 07748763932 or email email@example.com
Please read these documents carefully before visiting the clinic:
HOW DOES PHYSIOTHERAPY WORK?
Physiotherapy aims to help people who are experiencing problems resulting from pain, injury, disability, or ageing.
A thorough initial assessment is carried out which involves discussing symptoms and the effect the problem is causing.
An examination of the problem area will be carried out and from this a treatment plan will be discussed and agreed.
The aim of physiotherapy is to get you better as quickly as possible and back to doing the things you love!
|Initial consultation and treatment||£45|
WHAT DOES PHYSIOTHERAPY TREAT?
Physiotherapy can involve a number of different treatment and preventative approaches. Here at Sunnyside Clinic, our fully qualified physiotherapist, Anne Saunders, offers a highly professional physiotherapy service to treat a range of physical conditions including:
- Sports injuries
- Back and neck problems
- Post surgery rehabilitation
- Joint pains and arthritis
- Repetitive strain injuries
- Antenatal and postnatal back and pelvic pain
- Soft tissue injuries
WHAT TREATMENTS ARE AVAILABLE?
Your treatment is likely to include:
These are hands-on techniques that can vary from very gentle fine touch movements to deeper tissue and joint mobilisation techniques.
These can range from simple stretches to a more comprehensive programme. Exercises will be tailored to fit around your needs and lifestyle.
Ultrasound and TENS electrotherapy treatment can be used to aid healing and reduce pain and swelling.
This will include the advice and information needed for you to be able to help yourself speed up your recovery and prevent a recurrence of the problem.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF PHYSIOTHERAPY?
Physiotherapy can help promote optimal mobility, physical activity, and overall health and wellness.
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