What We Treat
Headaches: This can vary from heavy aching to pounding headaches which are often caused by increased muscle tension and, if untreated, can deteriorate quickly.
Stiff/Wry Neck (Torticollis): this is a painfully twisted neck, often causing the head to become tilted to one side.
Whiplash: This is neck pain caused by the head being whipped backwards and then forwards again quickly – common after road traffic accidents.
Stiff/Frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis): This condition limits shoulder movement. Structures in the shoulder joint become thicker and tighter with scar tissue forming over time.
Rotator Cuff Disorders: This is pain or movement issues caused by the muscles around the shoulder blades.
Shoulder Impingement Syndrome: The limited space in the shoulder joint can lead to compression of the muscles and tendons between the bones of that joint.
Golfers/Tennis Elbow: This is a general term to cover elbow pain and is often a repetitive strain injury.
Back pain: This is a common problem often related to postural abnormalities and is becoming more prevalent in society today.
Kyphosis: This is excessive flexion of the spine.
‘Slipped Disc’: This is pain caused by the discs in the spine bulging or protruding.
Sciatica: This is pain in the buttock and leg caused by restriction in the lower back.
Piriformis syndrome: This is tight muscle in the buttocks that involuntarily contracts.
Bursitis: This is inflammation of sacs of fluid used to project joints.
Knee Ligament Injuries: these can cause severe knee pain as well as knee instability.
Shin Splints: These are pains in the shins caused by the calf muscles pulling on the edges of the bone.
Achilles pain: This is soreness in the tendon at the bottom of the leg that joins to the ankle bone.
Ankle sprains: These are often caused by rolling the ankle can cause significant swelling and pain.
Plantar Fasciitis: This is the sheath on the bottom of the foot which becomes tight and inflamed which can become a chronic issue if not treated early.
Policeman’s heel: This is frequently misdiagnosed as Plantar Fasciitis which is inflammation of the fatty pad on the bottom of the heel
- Any Muscle Strain / Sprain
- Road Traffic Accidents
- Whiplash Associated Disorder
- All Sports Injuries
- Any Ligament Injury
- Running Injuries
- Pre and Post Operative Rehabilitation
- Arthritic Conditions
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