Month: July 2016


  Orthotics are insoles placed in your shoes. They support the arches of the feet and their aim is to relieve pain and get your feet functioning well.. Some are custom made and some are ‘off the shelf’. Your Chartered Physiotherapist will outline what’s best for you, depending on what your problem is. Custom made orthotics are designed from …

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Pulmonary Physiotherapy can help patients with chest conditions such as Bronchitis, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) or a lingering chest infection. Many chest conditions benefit from Physiotherapy. The aim of the treatment is to loosen bronchial secretions, so they can be relieved. Through this, the air entry into the lungs is improved and breathing normally …

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  Physiotherapy treatment plays an important role in recovery after Orthopaedic injuries and surgery such as total hip or knee replacements or broken bones (fractures). Appropriate treatment is a vital element of the healing process and will help to increase the movement, strengthen the muscles and improve the ability to function normally. Other common orthopaedic …

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Exercise is an important part of your recovery. Gentle exercises are prescribed by your physiotherapist, both to loosen the affected muscles as they become less painful, and to strengthen them at a later stage. You will be taught your exercises in a careful and controlled manner and given a printed hand out to help you perform …

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Neck Pain

Physiotherapy and Care of your neck ,,,Neck pain is a very common occurrence affecting 10-15% of the population at any one point in time. People often report an onset of neck pain, which is not related to a specific injury. This is very common and a specific diagnosis is not required for effective treatment. Remaining …

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  Most whiplash injuries usually arise from a road traffic accident although they can occur in sports too. During a collision, the head is thrown forwards and then backwards. When this occurs, the small joints of the neck can be sprained, and the soft tissues of the neck can be overstretched and strained. The injury usually shows itself the …

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