How Can We Help?
Physiotherapy helps restore movement and function to as near normal as possible when someone is affected by injury or illness or a disability.
We can help to find the root cause of your problem – beyond your symptoms through a thorough assessment, expert diagnosis and the right treatment.
Clinic Opening times:
Monday: 8.00am-9.00pm, Tuesday: 8.00am-5.00pm, Wednesday: 8.00am-9.00pm, Thursday: 8.00am-9.00pm, Friday: 8.00am-5.00pm, Saturday: 8.30am-12.00pm
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Acupuncture can be used as part of the treatment for a wide variety of conditions such as low back pain, neck pain, shoulder and knee pain, osteoarthritis, headaches and migraines and neurological conditions.
For many people it gives good pain relief without pills. It is also good for relieving stress, anxiety and systemic dysfunction.Find Out More
Bury Sports Medicine
We run a specialised sports medicine clinic every Wednesday 6.00pm-7.00pm where you will receive an assessment from a clinic Physiotherapist and Orthopaedic Consultant Mr Paul Nicolai.
They will take information about your injury, assess you and then offer suitable advice and treatment to help you get back to your sport as soon as possible.
We assess and treat a wide variety of sports injuries affecting both children and adults. To book an appointment, please click hereFind Out More
Persistent dizziness and poor balance following an attack of vertigo or labryinthitis is debilitating and can persist for many months. This can be treated by specialist physiotherapy using a combination of specific exercises and manual therapy.
Balance problems and falls are common in older people. Falls can lead to loss of confidence and fractures causing disability and loss of independence. Falls can be prevented by physiotherapy to improve flexibility, strength, coordination and balance. There is good evidence that 85 year olds can improve their strength and balance significantly in a 6 week activity programme.Find Out More
Facial palsy can be devastating, affecting often fit and healthy people. Treatment can begin within days or many years after its onset.
At BuryPhysio, Tanya Legrand, who has been trained at The Lindens Clinic, centre of excellence, offers an assessment to produce a personalised programme which can include Trophic Electrical Stimulation (TES), biofeedback, exercise, passive stretch techniques and eye care advice.Find Out More
Gait and running analysis
A gait and running assessment includes a biomechanical video analysis of your legs from your pelvis to your toes.
This will identify the underlying cause of persistent and recurrent problems such as low back, hip, thigh, knee, ankle or foot pain particularly if this comes on after exercise such as walking, running or playing sport. It’s also beneficial if you undertake sport at high level and have an ache or pain in your back or lower limbs that is affecting your performance. We can use this technology to analyse technique for other sports too.Find Out More
Headaches and Migraine
Physiotherapy treatment for headaches and migraines using the ‘Watson Headache Approach’ is available at Bury Physio with Carol Ellis who has had specialist training in this method.Find Out More
Manual therapy is hands-on treatment such as manipulation and mobilization.
The physiotherapist uses manual therapy to diagnose and treat soft tissues and joint structures to reduce pain; increase movement, reduce soft tissue inflammation; induce relaxation; improve tissue repair and improve function. All our physiotherapists offer manual therapy.Find Out More
Neuro physio is for patient who have a neurological condition such as Parkinsons, Stroke (CVA), Multiple Sclerosis, Acquired head injury, or Cerebral palsy.
Neuro physiotherapy aims to restore mobility and control so that you can function more efficiently.Find Out More
Please find some Information Leaflets that are available for you to download. They will help you to self manage and reduce some of your aches and pains and enable you to take the correct course of action with regard to your recovery. Topics include lower back pain, ankle sprains, knee pain and neck pain amongst others. If your symptoms do not settle, please contact us to arrange an assessment or book online for an appointment.
CURRENT EVIDENCE/FACTS AND FIGURES:
Are you sitting correctly?? Check out the videos at the end of this article. Part 1 and 2 are available if you go to u tube.
Why is sitting bad?! see this video clip
The benefits of good posture
‘People who self-refer to Physio take less days off work & are 50% less likely to take more than a month of work than those referred by a Doctor’ Karen Middleton CSP Chair July 2014
HEALTH & WELLBEING
Health benefits of physical activity article An interesting read!
Back pain information on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BOjTegn9RuY&app=desktop
Some good advice on posture and back care when sitting at your desks!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4FBMWGGJMbY
Health benefits of Nordic Walking a good read for all those walkers out there!
Eat well save time info sheet
For fitness and activity why not try a 5km Park run (walk/jog/run/push buggies) held weekly on a saturday at Nowton Park more details here
Physiotherapy works – the evidence… Please click this link to take you to the CSP website with lots of additional patient information leaflets which can be downloaded
Interesting education/information links:
For anyone experiencing chronic pain, the following link provides some good information about this topic..
http://sjolin.co.uk/ Mr. Søren Upton Sjølin Cand.Med. FRCS Ed (Orth)Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon (Upper Limb, Hip, and Knee) Bury St. Edmunds. This site aims to help guide patients and potential patients about the work he carries out. It is designed to help you understand your condition and the treatment and operations Mr Sjolin can carry out for you.
http://www.samuelparsons.co.uk/ Mr Parsons is a Consultant Orthopaedics Surgeon based at the West Suffolk Hospital and holds his private practice at BMI St Edmunds Hospital. He specialises in primary and revision hip and knee replacement, including cemented and uncemented joint replacement.
www.knee-doc.co.uk information from Mr Paul Nicolai Orthopaedic Consultant at BMI and West Suffolk Hospital
There is lots of public information advice on the CSP website relating to common injuries, sports and office environments, click here to find out more
Headaches information http://www.watsonheadache.com/
Falls Prevention Information http://www.ageuk.org.uk/fallsprevention
Poor Sleep Information http://www.howdidyousleep.org
National Osteoporosis Society http://www.nos.org.uk
WORKING TOWARDS WELLBEING
These leaflets provide information for patients who have completed cancer treatments and would like additional information about exercising/returning to activityFind Out More
Help you achieve your goals, from weight loss to improved fitness to marathon training
Introduce you to different options to keep you training effectively and keep it interesting
Play a key role in maintaining health and wellbeing
When working in conjunction with physiotherapy, it will assist in managing and bring about improvements with long-term conditionsFind Out More
Class dates for 2017
Please note the classes are open to everyone and not exclusive to patients currently receiving treatment!
Pilates for Back pain starting 11th January 2016 £75 for a 5 week block 9.30-10.30am with Cara
Express Pilates Class 1.10pm-1.50pm Pay as you go £6 per class with Anna
Beginners/Improvers 5.45-6.45pm with Anna £45 per block 5 classes
Pink Pilates 11.40-12.20pm for Breast cancer patients
Express Pilates Class 1.10pm-1.50pm Pay as you go £6 per class with Anna
Beginners/Improvers 5.45-6.45pm with Anna ‘pay as you go’ £9 per class
Please contact the clinic to book in.
Improvers+mixed classes with Cara 9.40-10.40am, 10.50-11.50am + 12.00-1.00pm £45 per block 5 classesFind Out More
Rehabilitation for work and play
Rehabilitation is needed when an injury or illness has reduced your fitness so that you are unable to do the things you wish to do such as return to work or play sports.
We prescribe and support you with an individual, progressive exercise and activity programme that is designed to achieve your goals. Objective measurements allow you to see where you are starting out and how you are progressingFind Out More
- Shockwave is a well-developed, safe and highly effective treatment for musculoskeletal disorders
- The shockwaves produce high energy sound waves into painful areas of the body such as tendons, ligaments, muscles and bone.
- Some of the benefits of shockwave are experienced after 1-3 sessions with most people seeing good improvements with five regular treatments even if symptoms are chronic in nature.
- The shockwave therapy helps to eliminate pain and restore mobility regardless of whether individuals are keen amateurs or elite sports players
Treatment can be effective for:
* Achilles tendinopathy
* plantar fasciitis
* tennis and golfer’s elbows
* trigger point issues
* patella tendinopathy
* shoulder tendinopathies
Shockwave treatment can be offered at Bury Physio as part of normal treatment or as part of a package with a gym programme. Research has found that using shockwave in conjunction with a supervised rehabilitation gym programme can produce the best outcomes.Find Out More
Sports massage and reflexology
Sports Massage helps recovery from injury, by reducing stiffness in damaged and tired muscles, providing pain relief and reducing swelling.
Holistic massage promotes relaxation, relieving everyday stresses and strains, enhancing and improving sleep patterns and creating a feeling of general well being. Reflexology is a simple, natural healing therapy, involving manipulation of the feet, which creates a wonderful feeling of well being.Find Out More
Stress incontinence affects one in every three women. It often starts after childbirth and sometimes gets worse at the menopause.
Most women never do anything about it as it’s too embarrassing to discuss. Without assistance, this problem slowly deteriorates over time.
Physiotherapy can help you to regain and maintain control of your bladder and pelvic floor.
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Work and Wellbeing
Regular exercise, healthy eating, and avoiding smoking prevent the 5 non communicable conditions:
These lead to 50% of premature deaths in Great Britain. Bury Physio runs a range of health and wellbeing programmes for the individuals, businesses and PCT’s
For more information go to www.workingtowardswellbeing.comFind Out More