Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession that helps promote a faster recovery with lasting results. Our physiotherapists assist patients in restoring normal function and movement to the body, which in turn, helps reduce pain levels.

How can physiotherapy help you?

Physical disorders may be caused by injuries, medical conditions, developmental disability or simply the stress of busy lives.
People of all ages and activity levels can benefit from physiotherapy to help improve their quality of life and prevent future problems. Our physiotherapists use a variety of techniques to help your muscles and joints work to their full potential, helping to repair damage by speeding up the healing process, whilst reducing pain and stiffness.
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Recovery

Our physiotherapists encourage and support patients to return to normal following trauma, illness, surgery or disease. This is often described as ‘rehabilitation’.
So whether your problem is a sprained ankle, back pain, sports injury, women’s health, injury at work or many other different conditions, our Physiotherapists can help you to get better.

Personal Programme

Physiotherapists are experts in movement and function. They work in partnership with patients, assisting them to overcome physical disorders, which may have arisen from either a road traffic accident, an underlying medical condition, spinal problems, arthritis, a developmental disability, sports injuries or simply the stress of our busy lives.
At your initial visit, one of our physiotherapists will discuss the pattern and history of your symptoms with you, perform a physical assessment and then use their clinical knowledge and problem-solving skills to formulate a specific treatment programme.
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You may benefit from physiotherapy at any time in your life

People of all ages and activity levels can benefit from physiotherapy to help improve their quality of life and prevent future problems.

Many people first encounter a physiotherapist after being referred for physiotherapy post-operatively following orthopaedic surgery.

Physiotherapists have to be registered with The Health and Care Professions Council. This is a regulatory body and ensures anyone using the title “Physiotherapist” is qualified to do so and takes part in continued development to maintain their skill and expertise, retaining their fitness to practise. All our Physiotherapists are HCPC Registered.

For further information on Physiotherapy and how it may help you or to book an appointment, please call or email one of our clinics and we will be happy to help.

Physiotherapy FAQ's

Yes. Treatment modalities involve non-invasive and gentle approaches to health. They have proven to be remarkably safe, relying on relaxed movements, mobilisation and manipulation of joints along with soft tissue massage. No surgery or drugs are involved. We will explain the possible risks of treatment and discuss any worries you have before beginning your personalised treatment programme You can be reassured that physiotherapy care has helped millions of people over many years.

This will depend on your individual problem and how long you’ve had it. Of course, every patient reacts differently, but we will be able to advise you on your likely recovery time. Your obvious commitment to the suggested treatment programme, including home exercises and any lifestyle alterations will also determine your progress and your long term benefits from our care.
In most cases you will feel a definite change for the better early on in your treatment plan. In general though, the longer you’ve had the problem or pain, the longer it will take to get it sorted.
No, the treatment isn’t painful when performed by our qualified professionals. If your problem has been untreated for a while, you may experience some post-treatment soreness for up to 48 hours. This will soon pass as your body begins to adapt. But don’t worry – we’ll explain how to keep symptoms to a minimum.

The treatment is are gentle and safe throughout your pregnancy. In fact, pregnancy is a good time to visit us, since your body is changing so much and so quickly. We can ease any restrictions and strains quite simply, as your ligaments are softer than usual at this time in your life. The treatment we provide can also help to make labour easier, through the balancing effect it has on the joints and ligaments.

Yes, in most cases we can treat you after surgery (although we will can advise you on your own circumstances). The treatment we provide after surgery helps keep the soft tissues around the joints relaxed, stable and balanced, with the aim of reducing premature degeneration within the joints themselves. Many patients have benefited from the care we provide post-surgery, and we’ve helped many more to avoid surgery altogether due to the regular treatment we provide.

Techniques our physiotherapists use include:

Unsure if Physiotherapy is right for you? Get in touch using the form or call one of our clinics to speak with us

Corsham Clinic: 01249 248392
Swindon Clinic:  01793 978270
Melksham Clinic: 01225 704883
London Clinic: 0207 315 4262

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