Physiotherapy is the science of rehabilitation and treatment of injuries caused by poor postural habits and sports.
Physiotherapy helps with the assessment, treatment, education and prevention of injuries. Physiotherapists have a thorough understanding of body structure and movement, believing that it is key for health and well-being. By creating a team atmosphere between you and the physiotherapy clinic.
A physiotherapist will look at your individual situation. As well as treating the problem, they may also suggest things you can do on a daily basis to help relieve pain and discomfort. They may also give you advice about how to prevent the injury re-occurring.
Physiotherapy treatments get to the root of the pain that provides long-term results for the injuries that could easily turn into chronic pain, if not treated correctly.
The aim of physiotherapy is to help restore movement and normal body function in cases of illness, injury and disability.
You need physiotherapy when you want-
  • An explanation of your problem
  • An understanding of the cause of the problem
  • A diagnosis
  • Hand on treatment
  • Physiotherapy can help when you have-
    Stroke/Hemiplegia Postural Problems Work related symptoms
    Parkinson's Return to fitness Difficulty Exercising
    Head Injury Sports injuries Neck pain etc
    Cerebral Palsy Had surgery Continence Problems
    Joint Pain Stiffness following removal of cast.