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At Manual Treatment/Physical Medicine a combination of treatments are provided by the manual therapist: gentle Joint mobilisation, myofascial release techniques, muscle energy techniques, oscillatory rhythmical limb movements and sports massage with rehabilitation exercises. These treatment techniques relieve pain and restore damage tissues to their normal condition; they also improve the quality of blood supply and nerve impulses around the body as well as promote health and fitness.

We also believe that at Manual treatment/physical medicine our commitment to your treatment, health and fitness will go beyond what you have encountered in the past. Our core belief is that no one discipline can resolve the ailments that the body encounters. Our multi-disciplinary approach differs from many others because we look to encourage the patient to take part in their own recovery and healing process. By providing the patient with basic advice on nutrition, the patient can enhance and speed up their recovery. This holistic approach has proved very successful for many patients suffering from mobility problems, joint pain, migraine, overweight and obesity. It also benefits injuries induced by poor posture adopted following long periods of desk work and car driving activities.

OTHER CONDITIONS TREATED:

  • -repetitive strain injury (RSI)
  • -whiplash
  • -Sciatica
  • -Lower back pain
  • -upper back pain
  • -Stiff neck
  • -Sports injuries
  • -Overuse injuries
  • -Muscle and Tendon strains
  • -Work related strains
  • -Shoulder pain and Scapulo-thoracic malfunction
  • -Cervical pain
  • -Headaches
  • -Hip and thigh pain/injuries
  • -Knee pain and swelling
  • -Shin pain
  • -Ankle strains and sprains
  • -Foot pain
  • -plantar fasciitis
  • -asthma
  • -arthritis
  • -period pain

At the first consultation, the manual therapist will compile a full case history of your symptoms, as well as ask questions about your lifestyle and diet. The manual therapist may also observe you making some simple movements to help them make a diagnosis.