What is Physiotherapy?
The role of a physiotherapist is to assess and treat common musculoskeletal injuries. Our physio works along side other professionals such as GP’s, Surgeons and also our Osteopath and Therapist to
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Our physio more commonly helps with the following conditions –
- Ankle sprain
- Repetitive strain injuries (RSI)
- Achilles tendinitis
- Back pain
- Groin strain
- Hamstring strain
- Knee joint injury
- Runner’s knee
- Shin splints
- Shoulder injury
- Tennis / Golf elbow
What to expect on your first visit…
Your Physiotherapist will greet you and begin by asking what brought you to us. We are always keen to understand the root cause of your issues, so they will carry out an efficient and effective case history to identify them. This will also be essential to rule out any complications before you start your treatment.
Before any treatment begins, an active and passive examination is carried out, along with relevant testing to understand your issues. We will give you a thorough explanation of our findings so you can understand what the cause of the problem is and how best to treat it. We make sure that sufficient time is spent to ensure that we get to the root cause of your issues.
With all the above treatment modalities mentioned, you have the best of complementary medicine, all under one roof!
“Back fixed! After suffering a severe lower back problem, I initially went to see Back to Health Wellness after a recommendation and within a couple of sessions my ease of moving became that bit more bearable. Gradually over time and through extensive rehab my back is now cured”
“These guys are awesome – they provide such a thorough service! As well as treatment, you get a total overview and are given an eye opening understanding about how your back health relates to your total well-being, that I would recommend it to anyone”