After the initial assessment, a diagnosis is made and a treatment plan prescribed [number of treatments required]. Treatment begins with advice on posture / lifestyle and a report of findings.
During the course of treatment, the mobility of the body is gradually restored and the injured soft tissues start repairing and healing. The course of treatment ensures that joint mobility is maintained while the soft tissues heal.
A graded exercise programme is prescribed to strengthen, stretch, stabilise and restore movement in the affected area.
Regular check-ups can be set up, to be arranged monthly or quarterly – appropriate to the severity of injury, joint status, age and the occupational stresses. Maintenance care package are available.
Chiropractors specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of painful physical conditions that are caused by the poor mechanical working of the joints, and their associated ligaments, muscles, discs and nerves.Read more
Physiotherapists specialise in the diagnosis, management and treatment of painful conditions that affect the joints of the spine, arms and legs, as well as the associated muscles, ligaments and surrounding structures.Read more
Podiatry is the prevention, assessment, diagnosis and treatment of common conditions of the feet, ankles and lower limbs. Treatments we provide range from general footcare such as nail cutting and the treatment of skin conditions and ingrowing toenails, to gait analysis, orthotics and shoe-inserts, as well as nail surgery.
Chiropodists specialise in general footcare; this may include nail cutting, the treatment of hard skin, corns, calluses and bunions, as well as ingrown toenails and advice on fungal skin and nail infections.Read more
Massage Therapists specialise in the treatment of painful conditions of the body using a variety of manual techniques, focussing on the joints and muscles.Read more
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