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What we treat

By definition, the word Physiotherapy refers to “a combining form representing physical or physiological function”. Our physiotherapy sessions primarily aim to treat physical conditions such as:

  • Back pain
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  • Shoulder injuries
  • Rotator cuff injury
  • Groin injury
  • Hamstring injuries
  • Neck pain / whiplash
  • Sports injuries
  • Sciatic nerve pain
  • Overuse / repetitive strain injuries
  • Headache
  • Muscular pain and aches
  • Knee pain and injuries
  • Meniscal repairs
  • Lower back surgery
  • Tendonitis/Tendonopathies
  • Foot pain
  • Sprains and strains
  • Trapped nerves in our neck and back
  • Rehabilitation after fractures (for example wrist, arm, ankle)
  • Reduced mobility after sustaining a stroke or fracture
  • Rehabilitation after surgery (for example, hip or knee replacement, ACL reconstruction)

In doing so, we attempt to evoke a physiological change through mobilising, manipulating, strengthening and stretching muscles, joints tendons and ligaments to facilitate injury recovery.

How we treat

Our therapists pledge to deliver a high quality service that will help you cope with your aches, pains and recover from an injury. Effective treatment for injuries such as, achy and painful backs, sore shoulders and painful knees, is often compromised due to our busy lifestyles. Timely treatment may also prevent an injury getting worse and cause other complications, for example, pain radiating into the legs from the back. This exclusive mobile therapy service will eliminate these factors as we aim to treat you at your convenience. 


Postural and Dynamic Assessment

By identifying how your posture and movement may influence your aching back or painful knees, our therapists may be able to correct the cause rather than just treat with your symptoms.

Ligament integrity tests

To assist us in making an accurate diagnosis of your injury, our physiotherapists often incorporate tests to isolate ligaments thought to be responsible for your pain. For example, following a twisting movement during a tennis match or a football tackle from the outside of a knee, often the inside aspect of the knee becomes painful.

Muscular strength and flexibility assessment

Weak and tight muscles may be prone injury. Muscles are often assessed once an injury has occurred, you will not be wrong to think it’s rather too late. However, muscle recovery may be enhanced with an appropriate strengthening and stretch rehabilitation programme.


These structures are cleaver and extremely useful in our daily life’s. They serve to protect our joints by absorbing the constant loading and pounding you endure in everyday life. In doing so, the load stresses are distributed across the surface area of the joint and reduce the impact into other parts of the body.


Assessments at your working desk, may help our therapists identify how your posture could contribute to symptoms such as a stiff neck or achy across the shoulders and back. Together with you, our team will implement a postural correction programme designed to minimize and treat the risks to develop such symptoms.


Mobilising Joints and Muscles

These techniques are particularly useful for painful backs, shoulders and knees. They help relieve pain and improve movement in stiffened and painful joints. Our therapists are extremely experienced in adjusting their technique to ensure the treatment plan is specific to you and appropriate for your symptoms.


This method adopts the western philosophy of Acupuncture. It is primarily used to relieve pain and facilitate healing through the application of needles. Once a thorough assessment has been completed, your therapist will determine a course of acupuncture treatment designed to your requirements.

Strapping and Taping

This may be used as an adjunct to a treatment programme as it provides the necessary support to joints or muscles recovering from injury. It can also be used to facilitate muscle development and relieve pain.


Ultrasound, Ten’s, Interferental_ 

There are a number of ways Electrotherapy may be used to assist our therapists treat your injury. The primary function of these interventions are to control swelling and inflammation, to enhance injury repair and modulate pain.

Sports Massage Therapy

This is often used in combination with physiotherapy to progress and speed up your recovery from injury. You may also find this treatment particular beneficial for muscles and joints after exercise, as it helps to relieve post exercise muscle soreness.

Advice on Lifestyle Changes

Through a consultation with our physiotherapists, we may establish habitual factors such as poor nutrition and decreased activity levels contributing to a chronic injury or prolonging your recovery. In doing so, we may be able to advise, recommend other professionals and implement changes that may help to reduce and eliminate such factors.

Rehabilitation Exercises

Following an injury, exercises may be used as a primary course of treatment or as an adjunct to help relief symptoms such as a stiff and sore elbow or knee. The end goal, established between yourself and our therapist, is to improve muscle strength and movement around the sore and painful joint. By doing so, we endeavour to enhance your physical performance as the restored movement and strength allows you to.