PHYSIOTHERAPY SERVICES

PHYSIOTHERAPY SERVICESOur clinics throughout the East Midlands and South Yorkshire provide a wide range of traditional and complementary physiotherapy treatments. Our clinicians are registered with the HCPC (Health and Care Professions Council) and AACP (Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists) and the CSP (Chartered Society of Physiotherapy).

Our services include treatment for:

 Sports Injuries

 Non-Sports Injuries

Medico-Legal Injuries

…And we also offer excellent:

Business Healthcare

 Home Visits

 Complementary Therapies

New!! Shockwave Therapy Treatment Now Available! Please see our new page for acoustic Shockwave Therapy if you have tennis elbow, persistent pain in the shoulder, tendonitis, a heel spur problem – or if this treatment has been recommended to you.

Please view our individual clinic pages within this website for further information or contact us for more details.

What Will Happen On My First Appointment?

Your physiotherapist will introduce themselves and explain the process of assessment to allow us to produce a diagnosis and treatment plan. You will be asked to describe how the problem is affecting you, and what makes the condition better or worse. A medical history is also taken before a physical assessment is performed.

We recommend that patients wear shorts and a vest for examination for their comfort as may have to undress to allow examination of the area of the body affected. Should you wish, you may be accompanied by a friend or a relative and will always be able to specify seeing a male or female physiotherapist.

The physiotherapist will talk to you about the best way to manage your symptoms and a plan for treatment will be made. You will be treated with either manual therapy, stretching, electrotherapy, massage and acupuncture, and will be likely to be given exercises to maintain the effect of the treatment and help with your recovery.

If your condition is more complicated, we will write to your GP or specialist to request tests such as X-rays, blood tests or MRI scans and monitor the progression of the condition as part of the treatment process.