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Physiotherapy

How we help you?

We do a thorough assessment to identify the underlying cause and create a bespoke treatment plan - but our focus is always the same: resolving your issue and get you back to doing what you love, as soon as possible.

We start with treatment straight away and explain to you exactly how we are going to resolve the problem. We combine our expert skills including hands-on treatment, acupuncture & dry needling, kinesiology taping, electrotherapy, and ultrasound, with tailored, progressive exercise plans.

What makes us different?

We pride ourselves in getting you fitter, stronger, and more resilient than before the problem started, to prevent the problem from coming back.

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What do we treat?

Our team of specialist, experienced physiotherapists are trained to diagnose and treat a variety of pain, injuries, or mobility problems. Conditions we regularly treat are listed here, but this isn’t exhaustive: if your condition is not listed, please speak to us, as we may still be able to help or refer you to a specialist if needed.

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  • Headaches, migraines & dizziness: getting you off medication and able to live life well

  • Vestibular rehabilitation: for problems such as vertigo, Tinnitus, Migraines, balance 

  • PGP & pregnancy-related pain: we treat back, pelvic & hip pain during pregnancy 

  • Diastasis Recti: we support you to train your abdominal muscles to re-join postpartum

  • Soft tissue injuries: including muscle strains and ligament sprains

  • Joint Pain: osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, or other inflammatory joint diseases

  • Tendonitis & tendinopathies: pain & inflammation of tendons

  • Fractures: rehab after traumatic or stress fractures to improve mobility and strength

  • Post-surgery rehab: following joint replacements, ligament repairs or other surgery

  • Back Pain: including herniated discs, sciatica, and general lower or upper back pain

  • Neck Pain: conditions including disc herniation, cervical spondylosis, and muscle spasm

  • Shoulder Pain: rotator cuff injuries, frozen shoulder, scapula winging, and impingement

  • Elbow Conditions: such as tennis and golfer's elbow (lateral and medial epicondylitis)

  • Wrist and Hand Conditions: including carpal tunnel syndrome, RSI, and fractures

  • Hip Pain: conditions like osteoarthritis, ischial & trochanteric bursitis, and labral tears.

  • Knee Conditions: ligament injuries, meniscus tears, and patellofemoral pain syndrome

  • Ankle and Foot Conditions: including sprains, plantar fasciitis, and Achilles tendonitis

  • Postural Problems: addressing issues with poor posture leading to musculoskeletal pain

  • Paediatrics: musculoskeletal issues such as developmental disorders or sports injuries

  • Chronic Pain: conditions like fibromyalgia, hypermobility inc EDS and ankylosing spondylitis

  • Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI): from repetitive movements, often work or sport-related

  • Balance and Gait Disorders: improve balance & walking, common in young & older people

  • Scoliosis: physiotherapy helps to manage pain and improve posture

  • Piriformis syndrome: sharp pain, numbness, and pins & needles in the buttocks, legs & feet

  • Preventative Care: exercises, treatment and advice to prevent injuries and improve health

  • Trapped Nerves: pain, pins and needles or numbness radiating down arm(s) or leg(s).

  • Thoracic Outlet Syndrome: compression of nerves and blood vessels become through the area at the top/front of the rib cage and causes upper limb pain, parasthesia & weakness

  • Imaging Referrals: (MRI, X-Ray & Ultrasound) through your GP or privately

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What to expect

Here's a few FAQ's to help making and attending an appointment with us pain free:

  • How do I book? You can either call, email or book online.

  • How soon can I get an appointment? We always aim to see you ASAP but if that's not as soon as you or we would like we will pop the earliest appointment available in our diary and add you to our waitlist and may be able to see you sooner.

  • How much is it? An initial appointment with us is an hour, during which we take time to really understand the problem and do a thorough assessment so we have a clear diagnosis. We begin treatment right away and create a personalised treatment plan which we explain in detail to you so you understand exactly how were going to resolve the issue and give you a plan of exercises to be working on in between sessions to complement our hands-on treatment. The initial appointment is £68. Your treatment plan will also specify how many sessions you will need to achieve your goals which determines the cost of the treatment plan - we have various payment options which allow you to either pay up front or spread the cost we will explain and we also offer discounts for doing so. 

  • Do I need to bring anything? It would be helpful to bring any scans, reports or post-op instructions where appropriate. We will also need to closely examine the affected area so women may prefer to wear a string-strap vest if they are attending for a shoulder issue and avoid racer-back bras or tops. If you are seeing us about a hip or knee problem then loose-fitting shorts are helpful. 

  • Where is the clinic? We are in the heart of Great Glen, in between the dentist and the pharmacy, and opposite the post office, click here for more info. 

  • Where can I park? We have parking spaces at the rear - see our contact page for more info. 

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