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Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is the assessment and treatment of problems and injuries that affect muscles, joints, nerves and soft tissues.

Chartered Physiotherapy is based on, and committed to, the application of evidence based practice. It uses a physical approach to promote, restore and maintain well­being.

Physiotherapy can be effective in the treatment of ­

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  • Neck and Back pain (slipped discs, trapped nerves, muscle strains, sciatica)
  • Sports Injuries and Rehabilitation (ligament, tendon, muscle and cartilage injuries and post­operative care following surgery)
  • Muscle Imbalance
  • Joint problems (Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis)
  • Whiplash and Headaches
  • Postural problems
  • Tendonitis and RSI (Repetitive Strain Injury)
  • Post­operative rehabilitation following joint replacement, joint arthroscopy, muscle and tendon repairs, spinal surgery and ligament reconstruction.

If you are not sure whether Physiotherapy is appropriate for your condition, call or e­mail us for advice.

Know your Physiotherapist!

Useful questions you may wish to ask when looking for a physiotherapist:

Are they Chartered (MCSP) and a member of the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)?

The government has produced a register to regulate health professions and check qualifications. It is now unlawful for someone to call themselves a physiotherapist and not be on the register, to check if your physio is registered log onto www.hpc­uk.org or phone 020 7582 0866.

How long have they been qualified?

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It takes three years of study at either a university or physiotherapy school, combined with supervised hospital placements to gain the basic degree (or Grad.Dip.Phys) qualification. After qualifying, many physiotherapists chose to work in the NHS in graded positions for a few years, taking additional post­graduate qualifications in their chosen speciality.

Do they offer acupuncture treatment?

After doing their acupuncture training, some physiotherapists chose to join the 'AACP' ­ The Acupuncture Association of Physiotherapists. To be on this register, the physiotherapist has to continue to do regular training courses in acupuncture.

Do they participate in 'CPD' ­ continued professional development?

This is encouraged in a lot of professions now, in order to learn new skills, keep abreast of new research and reflect on current practice.

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Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is the assessment and treatment of problems and injuries that affect muscles, joints, nerves and soft tissues.

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Manipulations

Graded manipulations of the spine or other joints to restore movement, relieve pain and aid postural correction.

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Soft Tissue Mobilisations

Myofascial release, trigger point massage, deep transverse frictions, muscle energy techniques, positional release, cupping and massage.

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Sports Massage

Deep massage tailored to your needs for injury prevention, therapeutic bene ts and pre and post events.

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Acupuncture

Dry needling and electroacupuncture for relief of pain and muscle spasm. Sterile disposable needles are used.

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Pilates

One to one sessions available with a Chartered Physiotherapist or Pilates instructor in our private studio.

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Injury Rehabilitation

One to one personal training tailored to your individual requirements for pre/post op and injury rehabilitation

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What our clients say about us

  • Over the last 10 years I have consistently referred patients to the team at Physiocure. The bespoke treatment Anna and Louise offer patients is ideal for the complex hip patients we have in the practice.

    Jon Conroy BSc.MSc.MB.ChB. FRCS (Tr & Orth) Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

  • Anna and Louise at Physiocure have been treating patients from the Yorkshire Knee Clinic for over 15 years with excellent results. Together with their team of highly professional colleagues, they are able to provide comprehensive assessment, treatment and rehabilitation for our patients.

    Nick London, MA MD (Cantab) FRCS (Tr & Orth) Specialist Knee Surgeon The Yorkshire Knee Clinic, Harrogate, Leeds

  • I have worked with Louise and all the team at Physiocure for a number of years. Both herself and Anna run an excellent practice combining up-to-date knowledge, a wealth of experience and a highly motivated team.

    Professor Max Fehily, Consultant Hip Surgeon, Manchester Hip Clinic

  • I have worked with Anna and Louise for many years now and found them to be exceptional physiotherapists. They have successfully treated many of my more complex shoulder patients, as well as athletes.

    Lennard Funk, BSc MSc FRCS(Tr&Orth) FFSEM(UK), Shoulder Surgeon, Wrightington Hospital

  • I travelled 5 hours by car from my home in Sussex for two days of intensive sessions with many different people in the Physiocure team. I can say without any reservation that not only was it more than worth the trip, but that I would and will do it again, because the care, concern, dedication and professionalism of everyone I encountered at Physiocure was absolutely outstanding.

    Camilla Black, Sussex

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Over the last 10 years I have consistently referred patients to the team at Physiocure. The bespoke treatment Anna and Louise offer patients is ideal for the complex hip patients we have in the practice.

Jon Conroy BSc.MSc.MB.ChB. FRCS (Tr & Orth) Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

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