Physiotherapy helps restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury, illness or disability.

It takes a holistic approach that involves the patient directly in their own care.

Physiotherapists are trained healthcare professionals who work in many areas, including:

Intensive Care

Intensive Care

Mental Health

Mental Health

Neurology (Including Stroke)

Neurology (Including Stroke)

Long-term Conditions

Long-term Conditions

Breathing Problems

Breathing Problems

Men's & Women's Health (including incontinence)

Men's & Women's Health (including incontinence)

Recovery After Major Surgery

Recovery After Major Surgery

 Orthopaedics & Trauma

Orthopaedics & Trauma

Sports

Sports

Workplace Health

Workplace Health

Paediatrics (Children)

Paediatrics (Children)

Care of The Elderly

Care of The Elderly

 Education & Health Promotion

Education & Health Promotion

We help people who’ve been affected by injury, illness or disability. Some of the approaches they use include:

Movement and Exercise

Movement and Exercise

taking into account a person’s current level of health and their specific requirements
Manual Therapy Techniques

Manual Therapy Techniques

where the physiotherapist helps recovery by using their hands to relieve muscle pain and stiffness, and encourage blood flow to an injured part of the body