Physiotherapy can help with a wide range of conditions, including but not limited to pain, reduced mobility, aches, headaches and reduced agility when playing sports. You do not need a GP referral to receive physiotherapy if you self fund your treatment. However if you intend to claim all or part of your treatment costs back a GP referral is usually required by your insurance company.

Physiotherapy tends to focus on using exercise prescription to reduce pain and increase function. Techniques and approaches can improve a person’s ability to use parts of their body that are affected by a health condition or injury.

Does back pain rule your life or do you get an occasional twinge. Physiotherapy can help find the root cause of the pain and assist with reducing the pain and gettin gyou back to normal.

Knee pain can be caused by a variety of conditions and injury. Left untreated can cause you to have further pain in other areas such as your hips and back. Physiotherapy can work with you to get your pain under control.

Sudden stiffness or ongoing discomfort, both can be difficult to manage when you have pain within the neck and head region.

Often caused by an injury or car accident, whiplash can prevent you from carrying out daily activities. Seeing a physiotherapist will enable you to have a diagnosis and start to reduce the pain from the injured area.

Have you suffered a sports injury that is preventing you playing or limiting your performance?

About to undergo or recovering from surgery? Whether pre or post operation, seeing a Physiotherapist can help you with reducing recovery time and enable you to get back to full function much quicker.

Are you experiencing shoulder pain or restricted movement, or difficulty in sleeping pain or being woken up by pain in your shoulder?

Are you experiencing pain or stiffness in your hand, wrist or arm?


To find out more how physiotherapy can help you with recovering from an injury or to support you with a long term chronic condition, please get in touch with the team.