Physiotherapy pathways tailored to you

With help from our in-house team and partner clinics across the area.

Injuries come in many forms and can affect any part of the body. Some are mild sprains or strains of joints and muscles, such as ankles and thighs.  Or you may have a more serious re-occurring back problem.

Whether by our in-house physio team or our partner physiotherapy clinics. The important factor is gaining the correct diagnosis as fast as possible.

Whether you’re a regular golfer, jogger or footballer.  Or you simply visit the gym once or twice a week.  Correct advice and individual rehab are important to any recovery plans.

Whatever you do, at whatever level, our aim is to facilitate expert treatment and advice.  Helping you recover to a better level of health and fitness.



Conditions Most Commonly Treated by physiotherapists Include

  • Pulled Muscles
  • Ankle Sprains
  • Tennis Elbow
  • Tendon & Ligament problems
  • Knee pain
  • Back and Neck problems
  • Groin Strains
  • Shin Splints
  • Shoulder Strain

MSK Physiotherapy – What is it?

You may benefit from musculoskeletal physiotherapy if you have back or neck pain, a sporting injury, work-related problems such as repetitive strain injury, postural problems, or need rehabilitation after surgery.

Musculoskeletal physiotherapy can help you manage your condition more effectively and:

  • Aid the healing process after an injury, illness or surgery
  • Reduce your pain
  • Prevent the injury from recurring
  • Assist you in improving your range of motion, flexibility, strength, and movement control.

Tailored treatment: Our own physiotherapists and partner physiotherapists

We use a range of methods and techniques tailored towards your specific needs.

We will discuss and agree on the different methods with you prior to the start of any treatment and can arrange rehabilitation plans to be implemented under the care of your own physiotherapist.

These can include:

Manual therapy: This involves treatments such as joint mobilisations, stretching and soft-tissue release, which can help reduce pain and improve movement.

Rehabilitation exercise: Your physiotherapist will teach you the most appropriate exercises for you following an injury or illness. These may be aimed at improving your muscle strength, postural control, flexibility or changing the way you move.

Acupuncture: This is used to help reduce pain, muscle spasm and tissue inflammation. Acupuncture needling has been shown to stimulate the body’s own pain-relieving chemicals or endorphins.

Electrotherapy: This method uses different types of electrical equipment to encourage healing of soft tissue and reduce pain.

Bio-mechanical assessment: This is the assessment of dynamic alignment and movement control. Therapy will involve movement re-training and muscle re-education.

Shockwave Therapy: The shockwaves in this type of therapy interact with tissue to increase tissue repair and cell growth as well as decreasing pain whilst restoring mobility.

Injection Therapy: To provide relief for a number of conditions, injections are administered to tissues, joint spaces, and painful soft tissue lesions.

Tecartherapy: Tecar is an energy technology delivered by physiotherapists that promotes faster functional recovery. Tecar energy (a high-frequency current)