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Physiotheraphy

 

State Registered and Chartered Physiotherapist


PhysiotherapistA Chartered Physiotherapist is trained to treat injury or disease by physical means, to influence and enhance the bodys’ own natural healing mechanism without the use of drugs unless prescribed by your doctor.

What sort of conditions can a Physiotherapist treat? 

• SPINAL PROBLEMS

  Slipped disc, back pain, sciatica, stiff / painful neck and referred arm and leg pain.

• JOINT PROBLEMS

  Arthritis, injury, pain / swelling / stiffness in joints such as shoulders, elbows, wrist, hips, knees and ankles.

• INJURIES

To muscle, ligaments, tendons; including ‘tennis elbow’, cartilage problems, sprained ankles and dislocations.

• FRACTURES

Treatment may be given during the healing process or to restore function once the bones have healed.

• DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM

  Strokes, multiple sclerocis, Parkinson’s, shingles, cerebral palsy, spasticity   and ME.

• CHEST COMPLAINTS

   Pneumonia, cystic fibrosis, bronchitis, bronchiectasis, asthma.

• GYNAECOLOGICAL CONDITIONS

   Stress incontinence.

• OBSTETRICS

   Ante and post-natal exercise & advice, pregnancy back ache.

• POSTURE and RELAXATION

   For hyperventilation and other stress-induced conditions.

What  Sort Of Treatment Do Physiotherapists Use?

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• Mobilisations
• Manipulations
• Massage
• Motivation
• Exercise and Rehabilitation
• Electrotherapy
• Acupuncture

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