Why Physiotherapy? Physiotherapy (physical therapy) can help improve or restore the condition and mobility of patients to perform their daily activities, hobbies and sport performance. If you are looking for a possible alternative to surgery or pain medication, consider a physiotherapist and physiotherapy interventions for your injury. Physiotherapy can help patients with many injuries and conditions including: Arthritis, sport injuries, work related injury, whiplash, back Pain, neck pain, knee Pain, osteoporosis, overuse injuries, shoulder pain, stroke, rsi, sprains, strains, fractures and much more.
About physiotherapy (physical therapy) Physiotherapy (physical therapy) degree is an intensive education (3-4 years) and all physiotherapists receive extensive clinical skill during the physiotherapy program. Physiotherapists apply research outcomes and evidence based techniques to treat injuries and help patients get back in motion. All physiotherapists are required to receive a graduate physiotherapy (physical therapy) degree from an accredited physiotherapy institution and physiotherapy program. State registration and professional indemnity is required in each country in which a physiotherapist practices. Physiotherapy is the treatment of a wide range of conditions and injuries to the body through the use of various forms of passive mobilisation, manipulation, massage, electrotherapy and exercise. Physiotherapist is a trusted health care professional with extensive clinical experience who examine, diagnose and then treat conditions that limit the body's ability to move and function in patient's daily life. Physiotherapists provide care for patient in a variety of settings, including hospitals, private physiotherapy practices, outpatient clinics, schools, sports clubs and fitness facilities, work settings and nursing homes.
Physiotherapists diagnose and treat people of all ages, including children, and elderly individuals. Our physiotherapist may consult and practice with other health professionals to help you improve your mobility within appropriate time and best outcomes. Generally, patient can make an appointment with a physiotherapist directly, without a GP or orthopedic and physician referral.
Whatever condition or sport injuries, work related injuries, whiplash, back Pain, neck pain, knee Pain, osteoporosis, overuse injuries, shoulder pain, stroke, rsi, sprains, strains, fractures that you have, recovery will be progressively if treated early by a chartered physiotherapist. Physiotherapy will speed up the rate of recovery by reducing swelling and preventing joint stiffness. Early management and intervention will also help minimise tissue damage and provide for a quicker return to active sport and ADL. Sports physiotherapy includes treatment of sport injuries, diagnosis, prevention and massage from the amateur to athlete and elite who need a higher level of mobility and performance. This guide in not intended to be a comprehensive directory on the subject of sport physiotherapy, but an introduction to this subject, especially for patients, athlete and amateur sport person who need physiotherapy treatment for their sport injuries.
Musculoskeletal conditions that our chartered physiotherapists treat: Low Back Pain, Disc degeneration, Pregnancy backaches, Arthritis, Whiplash,
Sciatica Nerve Trapped, Headache, Pain, Stiffness, Tennis Elbow, Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI), Tendonitis, Osteoarthritis, Postural abnormality, Pre/Post Operation
Rehabilitation, ACL Rupture, Hip/Knee Replacements, Ligament Cartilage Tear, Shin Splints, Ankle Sprain, Muscular Tear, job related injuries, aging
London physiotherapy now covering Kensington W8, Chelsea SW3, SW10, Notting Hill Gate W11, Hammersmith W6, Shepherds Bush W12, South Kensington SW7,
Cromwell road, Knightsbridge SW1, SW3, SW 10, W2 in association with Fitness First gym club for all physiotherapy services.