It’s rare that pain eases with one treatment technique only. Pain is more likely to settle with a combination of techniques and advice. Below are examples of Injuries that we commonly treat and a selection of treatment techniques at MyPhysio.
Soft tissue release, Myofascial Release, Muscle Energy Techniques, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation, Active Release Techniques and Joint mobilisations amongst others will ease symptoms and allow you to move freely again.
Prescribing exercises is key to a full recovery. Gaining stability and mobility in certain parts of the body will greatly increase your chances of a successful outcome. At MyPhysio, Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilisation (DNS) is a key concept used in exercise rehabilitation. Finding each joints point of centration will allow your muscles, bones and other structures to restore their function. Following surgery, progression through exercises with increases in load will allow your surgery to have the best outcome.
The Tendon Clinic
A specialist service treating Tendon pain. Tendons need to be treated with care, by using evidence based loading protocols and Shockwave Therapy to kick start the healing process, allowing you return to a pain free lifestyle. See The Tendon Clinic for more info.
If you have a new running injury or a recurring injury then having your running technique analysed is required. See Running Analysis for more info.
Insertion of needles to particular areas in the body can help with decreasing pain related to your injury.
Womens and Mens Health Pelvic Physiotherapy
We have a specialist service for Pelvic Physio related problems.
- Ante/Post Natal Physiotherapy
- Bladder and Bowel Rehab
- Continence Rehab
- Prostate Rehab
Please visit our dedicated website for this specialist service
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