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Our personal training sessions are tailored to suit your needs. Weather you are recovering from a new or old injury or just want to improve or maintain your fitness levels, our personal trainer works jointly with the physiotherapy team to support your recovery and push you into an individualised training programme.
Our trainer also specialise in weight loss and sustainable fitness improvement and will be able to give insight and advise into nutrition. The key is sustainability, tailoring a workout regime to suit your lifestyle and requirements so that you can continue to stay fit in the future once we have helped you reach your goals.
We offer a special introductory starter package. This is a Six Week Promise, as the perfect way to kick start your personal training.
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Neurological physiotherapy is a specialist area of Physiotherapy which focuses on delivering care to people who have a neurological impairment. Our neurological physiotherapists have extensive experience in treatment and management of strokes, brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, parkinsons and many other neurological conditions. By assessing and understanding each individual case, the emphasis is on maximising movement potential to optimise quality of life.
Hand Therapy is a specialist area of Physiotherapy, which focusses on delivering care to people who have had a hand, wrist or forearm injury.
Our Hand Therapy Service provides expert treatment and management of acute and chronic hand conditions, post-operative rehabilitation of hand trauma and elective conditions, such as Carpal Tunnel Decompression and Dupuytren’s Fasciectomy and complex rheumatology such as Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis.
The treatments our Hand Specialist can provide include splinting, manual therapy, exercise therapy, education and acupuncture for Hand and Wrist injuries.
Deep tissue massage is a focussed form of massage therapy which targets the deeper layers of muscle and fascia tissue. It is of particular benefit to those patients who have chronic longstanding muscular tension and pain or those who are particularly stiff following intensive exercise. Deep tissue massage may also help with injury prevention allowing maximal stretch and cool down following a training session.
Acupuncture is an ancient form of pain relief where needles are placed into the skin to stimulate nerve endings in the skin and block messages of pain from elsewhere. This has been found very effective in helping to control pain and has been endorsed by National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE).
Our Acupuncturists are all AACP accredited, which means they have undergone an extensive training programme and assessment which has allowed them to practice acupuncture within the NHS. The vast experience they have gained in the NHS has made them very effective practitioners in acupuncture.
The balance system works by coordinating information to your brain from three senses used for balance: your balance organ in your inner ear (vestibular system), your eyes and your muscles and joints (proprioception). If these are affected by an injury or disease the brain can no longer rely on them for information about equilibrium and movement, often resulting in dizziness, balance problems and vertigo. Some people recover spontaneously after a few weeks of normal activity as the brain adapts to a process called vestibular compensation. If this process is not successful a person's ability to maintain posture and coordinate balance can become overly dependent on vision and proprioception.
Vestibular rehabilitation in an exercise based therapy that maximises the body's natural ability to compensate for vestibular/balance disorders. Our specialist staff will be able to carry out a comprehensive assessment of your balance system and rehabilitation needs. They can design a specific rehabilitation programme aimed at improving the interaction between the inner ear and vision during head and body movements working on habituation, graded exposure and general strengthening.
Women's Health Physiotherapy specialises on a number of different issues commonly experienced by women. It can help you manage aches and pains experienced before or after pregnancy and safely help you maintain or regain your physical fitness during this important time in your life. Our specilist Physiotherapists understand how the Pelvic Floor muscles work and how they contribute to the control of your bladder and bowels. We can provide help in assessing and understanding problems with your continence and together decide a treatment plan. We can help train your pelvic floor and core muscles before or after gynaecological surgery, trauma to the pelvic floor and help you cope with symptoms of minor prolapse in the pelvic area.
Our highly trained and qualified hydro-therapists assist patients with both long term conditions as well as acute injuries which affect their nerves, muscles and joints. In specialised purpose built hydrotherapy pools our hydro-therapists encourage natural movements through specific exercises in the warm, safe, secure and pain relieving environment of the hydrotherapy pool. We provide both 1:1 sessions as well as group hydrotherapy sessions, though your initial assessment will always be a 1:1 session.
Musculo-Skeletal Physiotherapists work hand in hand with patients who have injured nerves, muscles, bones or cartilage. A personalised and tailored rehabilitation plan is formulated after a comprehensive assessment to return patients to a state of well-being and function.
Our Physiotherapy team consist of highly specialised experts in:
1. Low back pain included "slipped" discs
2. Fracture management
4. Neck pain and headaches
5. Shoulder pain and repetitive stress arm pain (RSI)
6. Hip and Knee pain including joint replacement care and arthitis
7. Foot and ankle injuries including bio-mechanical assessments
Our physiotherapy team have worked extensively in the NHS as well as with elite athletes and will individually tailor your rehabilitation with your goals in mind.