Physio appointments & enquiries
Physiotherapy aims to restore and maintain human function and movement; it uses a variety of treatments in order to achieve this.
At City Physiotherapy Clinics we are committed to using evidence based practice to treat a wide range of physical conditions.
Neck and back pain are common problems that cause a great deal of unhappiness in day to day life. This type of pain rarely causes serious or permanent damage. Our physiotherapists have great knowledge to facilitate you to recover from these injuries quickly. We manage these conditions by carrying out in-depth assessments and formulation of specific treatment plans. Treatments may include:
We offer prompt assessment and diagnosis of sports injuries and formulate specific rehabilitation programmes in order to ensure successful return to sport in the shortest time possible.
Our investigations include complete posture, gait and biomechanical assessment, specific to each athlete and detailed histories to ascertain the nature, behaviour and onset of injury.
Acupuncture is a form of effective treatment that is used by specially trained physiotherapists as an adjunct to their treatment. Our acupuncturist has undertaken specialist post-graduate training in order to effectively treat patients with acupuncture for pain relief.
Please visit Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists for further information.
Saebo is an American based company that manufacture and supply bespoke orthoses for upper limb rehabilitation post neurological injury. The treatment benefits patients who have lost functional use of their arm and hand, for example, following a Stroke. Our Saebo trained clinician is able to assess for provision of this orthotic and provide personalised therapeutic exercise programmes in order to aid recovery of the arm and hand. The Saebo flex is specifically designed to train grasp and release activities with the upper limb.
Please visit the Saebo website for details on all saebo products
Ultrasound is a treatment modality used to speed up tissue healing. This process works by exciting cells in order to aid recovery post injury. It has been proven to be effective in the treatment of soft tissue injuries including tendon, ligament and muscle injuries.