Physiotherapy is a health care profession directed at evaluating, restoring and maintaining physical function.
Physiotherapists are often referred to as ‘movement specialists’. They are trained to assess and treat a variety of conditions that affect the physical function of adults and children.
Physiotherapy is a clinical health science and profession that aims to rehabilitate and improve the lives of people with movement disorders by using evidence-based, natural methods such as exercise, motivation, adapted equipment, education and advocacy.
Conditions we treat:
Common neck problems:
Stiff neck and headache
Nerve roots pain with disc problems
Spondylosis with poor posture
Lower back pain:
Disc problem with sciatica
Arthritis of lumbar spine
Posture related problems
SI joint dysfunction
Ankle joints problems
We treat all kind of sport injuries and rehabilitation e.g:
Strains or bruises
RSI (repetitive stained injuries)
Whiplash injuries following road traffic accidents.
We do have rehabilitation facilities for pre and post operative constructive surgeries to:
Acupuncture has existed as part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for thousands of years but it’s only in the past 30 years or so that it had become included into general medicine.
Practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine believe that energy called ‘qi’ flows around your body in channels (meridians). Equal and opposite properties called yin and yang are thought to become unbalanced, causing illness. The needles used in acupuncture aim to restore this balance.
The way acupuncture works is being increasingly understood in general medicine. It’s based on the idea that acupuncture needles stimulate nerve endings and alter the way your brain functions, particularly in relation to how your body responds to pain. Acupuncture is used to treat a range of conditions including lower back pain, migraine and knee pain. Acupuncture can also be performed without needles, using laser acupuncture equipment for children.
Conditions we treat:
Many people come to acupuncture for help with specific symptoms and conditions.
Musculo-skeletal problems include:
Osteo or rheumatoid arthritis (best result in early stages)
Neck pain, cervical spondylosis and whiplash injuries
Back paint and sciatica
Golfer’s & tennis elbow
Shoulder pain including frozen shoulder
Joint pain: hips, knees, ankles, Achilles tendinitis and planter fasciitis