Whenever we are in pain, we want to be seen and get well quickly. At the Specialist Medical Clinic we offer a comprehensive physiotherapy service where patients can normally be seen every day of the week. Speedy access to our team of highly qualified specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapists, who each have a wealth of experience in the treatment of patients with musculoskeletal problems, ensures you are seen quickly and can get on the road to recovery fast.
What Can Physiotherapy Treat?
Our specialist physiotherapists treat pain and discomfort arising from the locomotor system (bones, joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments and nerves).
Conditions such as lower back pain, thoracic and neck pain, sports injuries, ligamentous and tendon strains and sprains, nerve injuries, and postural dysfunction aggravated by the working environment or sporting activities are all part of the physiotherapy repertoire. Unlike sports therapists and chiropractors, physiotherapists also trained to address musculoskeletal dysfunction following major skeletal and muscular injuries such as dislocations and fractures, as well as provide post-surgical rehabilitation.
The Treatment Process
Your initial consultation will include a detailed discussion of your problem, followed by a comprehensive physical examination, and if necessary treatment to begin to alleviate and treat your symptoms.
Patients will receive a full explanation of their diagnosis/condition and an appropriate treatment plan for the proposed course of therapy during subsequent sessions. In many cases a home-care programme may also be included.
The Physio Team
At the Specialist Medical Clinic we have three physiotherapists: Joyce Evans, Rebecca Ramirez and Christopher Shaw. All three of our specialists trained in the UK and are registered with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. They have been qualified for several years and hold post-graduate qualifications in their specialist areas, which include Manual Therapy and Manipulation, Sports Physiotherapy and Women’s Health Physiotherapy. Physiotherapists work as independent healthcare practitioners and a GP or Consultant referral is not always necessary.
Please contact the clinic for more information or to make an appointment.
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