Niggling knee pain when bending, going up/downstairs or a recent ski trip?

8.75 million people in the UK have sought treatment for osteoarthritis/knee pain (versusarthritis.org) About 30–50% of musculoskeletal injuries that present in primary care are tendon and ligament injuries (NICE) Inflammation can be helped with anti-inflammatory medication and Rest, Ice, Compression. We can assess whether you have an arthritic

The Watson Technique Explained…

The Watson Headache® Approach involves a series of gentle pressures applied slowly to each of the upper three spinal segments. It looks complicated, but our Specialist Physiotherapist  Carol Ellis will guide you through this treatment to produce the best outcome for you.   Relevancy of C1-3 Afferents According to the

Acoustic Neuroma

An area of Physiotherapy that requires specialist training. It blends elements of neurological physiotherapy in the musculoskeletal field and can improve day to day balance issues. If you have any dizziness/balance issues, we ask you speak to your GP prior to seeing Jane to ensure you

Cording

Cording, otherwise known as Axillary web syndrome can occur after biopsy or lymph node removal.  Norma scar tissue from surgery can also contribute to cording.  It looks like and feels like a thick band of rope or cording that can travel the length of the

Shockwave at Bury Physio

For tendon and plantar fasciitis issues, shockwave treatment can really provide a change in your symptoms. Book with a Physio to find out more.

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