What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapists specialise in the diagnosis, management and treatment of painful conditions that affect the joints of the spine, arms and legs; and the associated muscles, ligaments and surrounding structures. Physiotherapy aims to reduce pain and improve posture to restore the range of movement in the joints and muscles. The practitioners strengthen the tissues using soft tissue techniques, mobilisation and exercise.  

Physiotherapists use a variety of manual and physical techniques, postural analysis, and soft tissue methods to restore movement and improve function in the body. They specialise in strength and exercise rehabilitation for post-injury and post-operative patients. Physiotherapists design bespoke exercise programs to restore movement and strengthen the affected area.

What conditions do we treat? 

A Physiotherapist can diagnose and treat a vast array of common and uncommon issues suffered in everyday life including: 

  • Trapped Nerves 

  • Muscle Spasm

  • Muscle and Ligament Strain 

 

If you require rehabilitation post-surgery, get in touch and see how our team of Physiotherapists can help.

What does Physiotherapy treatment involve? 

Physiotherapists use postural and movement analysis, alongside muscle and joint testing, in the examination of the patient. Depending on your symptoms or injury, the treatment could involve a variety of soft tissue techniques and mobilisations, combined with specific exercises to improve strength, reduce pain and restore mobility: 

Rehabilitation

  • Exercise Programs

  • Post-operative rehabilitation following surgery

  • Posture, ergonomic and lifestyle advice

  • Strengthening techniques and return to sport protocol following injury

Manual Therapy 

  • Mobilisation of the joints and muscles
  • Massage Therapy
  • Sports/Deep Tissue Massage Therapy
  • Frictions (used for Tendonitis)

Electrotherapy (for use on muscle and ligament structures) 

  • Ultrasound  

  • Laser Therapy

  • Interferential Electrotherapy 

Supportive Treatments 

  • Kinesio-taping
  • Ice Therapy
  • Heat Therapy
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Prices for Physiotherapy Services

Chiropractors specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of painful physical conditions that are caused by poor mechanical working of the joints, and their associated ligaments, muscles, discs and nerves. Chiropractors use a variety of manual adjustments that can be applied to any part of the body. The chiropractor’s goal is to reduce pain and improve mobility. 


Physiotherapy

  • Initial Consultation (30 mins): £38
  • Initial Consultation & Treatment (45 mins): £55
  • Treatment: £40
We are pleased to offer care packages for Chiropractic and Physiotherapy which provide a discount on our fees:

Acute and Well-being Health Care Packages 

For Chiropractic and Physiotherapy treatments

  • 4 treatments: £152
  • 6 treatments: £216
  • 8 treatments: £272
  • 10 treatments: £320
  • 12 treatments: £360

As a multidisciplinary practice, The House Clinics are able to combine the expertise of our Chiropractic, Physiotherapy, Massage Therapy, Podiatry and Chiropody practitioners to offer a unique and exceptional service to our clients. Please speak to your practitioner if you have any queries about other services we offer.

If you have any queries, do not hesitate to contact us.

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Common Questions

What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapists use a variety of manual and physical techniques, postural analysis, and soft tissue methods to restore movement and improve function in the body. They specialise in strength and exercise rehabilitation for post-injury and post-operative patients. Physiotherapists design bespoke exercise programs to restore movement and strengthen the affected area.

What conditions do we treat?

A Physiotherapist can diagnose and treat a vast array of common and uncommon issues suffered in everyday life including:
  • Sporting injuries
  • Neck pain / Whiplash injury
  • Pain in the upper limb (Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist and Hand)
  • Back pain and Sciatica
  • Pain in the lower limb (Hip, Groin, Knee, Ankle and Foot)
  • Postural pain
  • Poor mechanics
  • Repetitive strain injuries (RSI)
  • Post-injury and post-operative rehabilitation
If you require rehabilitation post-surgery, get in touch and see how our team of Physiotherapists can help. 

What does Physiotherapy treatment involve?

What does Physiotherapy treatment involve? Physiotherapists use postural and movement analysis, alongside muscle and joint testing, in the examination of the patient. Depending on your symptoms or injury, the treatment could involve a variety of soft tissue techniques and mobilisations, combined with specific exercises to improve strength, reduce pain and restore mobility.

Treatment includes: Rehabilitation

  • Exercise Programs
  • Post-operative rehabilitation following surgery
  • Posture, ergonomic and lifestyle advice
  • Strengthening techniques and return to sport protocol following injury
Manual Therapy
  • Mobilisation of the joints and muscles
  • Massage Therapy
  • Sports/Deep Tissue Massage Therapy
  • Fascial release
  • Frictions (used for Tendonitis)
Electrotherapy (for use on muscle and ligament structures)
  • Ultrasound
  • Laser Therapy
  • Interferential Electrotherapy
Supportive treatments
  • Kinesio-taping
  • Ice Therapy
  • Heat Therapy

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