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PHYSIOTHERAPY

INJURY & PAIN - ASSESSMENT, DIAGNOSIS, REHABILITATION

INJURY & PAIN ASSESSMENT

Physiotherapy is a form of physical therapy which uses a combination of hands-on techniques, exercise, education and movement  to help alleviate pain, improve mobility and function, and promote overall physical health and well-being.

 

Our physiotherapy services are individually tailored to help you recover from injury or surgery, manage a chronic condition (such as arthritis), and prevent future injury occurring.

Pain Management

Improved Mobility

Injury Prevention

Enhanced Athletic Performance 

Improved Quality of Life

MEET YOUR PHYSIO

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Physiotherapy services at Cryobright are delivered by Alfie.

 

Alfie is a fully qualified Charted Physiotherapist who specialises  in diagnosing and treating: 

  • Sports injuries

  • Repetitive strain injuries

  • Whiplash injuries

  • Day-to-day work and poor posture related injuries

  • Arthritis management

  • Post-operative/surgery management and rehabilitation

  • Chronic upper & lower back pain or neck pain

  • Hip, shoulder and ankle pain

  • Soft tissue, ligament & muscle pain

  • Neurological related conditions such as sciatica, neuropathies and radiculopathies.

Alfie can also help you improve your strength and mobility globally or within a specific area of the body.

 TREATMENT PLANS TAILORED TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS

JAMES: "Superb from start to finish. Alfie was professional, thorough, communicated brilliantly and I left feeling utterly confident in his diagnosis and treatment. Faultless"

Your first session (45mins) will involve a full initial assessment to understand the presenting injury/condition(s). This will entail an in-depth discussion surrounding your injury/condition and medical history, as well as a physical hands-on and movement assessment. Once your injury/condition has been diagnosed,  you will be offered a treatment and rehabilitation programme, tailored to your needs. This may include a combination of the following:

Any remaining time within the first visit appointment, will be used to carry out the recommended treatment.

 

Follow up sessions (30mins or 60 mins) may be recommended.  Your follow up session/s will focus on treatment of your diagnosed injury/condition, as well as re-assessment to monitor any changes.

  • Tailored exercise programme

  • Hands on joint mobilisation/manipulation

  • Massage

  • Assisted stretch therapy

  • Soft tissue release

  • Electrotherapy

  • Myofascial release

  • Taping

  • Advice & Education on self-management 

BETTER TOGETHER: PHYSIOTHERAPY COMBINES WELL WITH:

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