At the Spinal Physiotherapy & Sports Medicine clinic we have a team of highly experienced clinicians with a wide variety of skills to treat all of your musculoskeletal complaints.
A Happier, Healthier You
In simple terms physiotherapy is about trying to recover normal function to the musculoskeletal system. Most people see a physiotherapist because they are in pain due to a muscle or joint problem. The principle of physiotherapy is to get that injured area functioning properly and the pain will look after itself, however our Chartered physiotherapists have a number of techniques they can use to treat the pain as well and make the rehabilitation process as comfortable as possible. We also identify the source of the problem and put a plan in place to prevent it from happening again.
PHYSIOTHERAPY FOR BACK PAIN
At The Spinal Physiotherapy & Sports Medicine Clinic we specialise in the treatment of back and neck pain. 80% of people get back problems at some stage in their lives but living with back pain does not have to be an option. From the acute back injury to more chronic problems our expert Chartered Physiotherapists have seen it all and in the last 10 years alone have helped over 7 thousand people navigate this journey. Take a look at our testimonials page to hear what they have had to say for themselves.
TRIGGER POINT NEEDLING
There are a number of techniques our Chartered Physiotherapists are qualified to carry out which involve needling. This includes Western Acupuncture to treat pain, Trigger point needling for muscle pain and spasm, Periosteal Pecking and dry needling for conditions such as chronic tendinopathy and Plantarfascitis.
SPORTS INJURY PHYSIOTHERAPY
At The Spinal Physiotherapy & Sports Medicine Clinic we have a team of highly trained and skilled Chartered Physiotherapists who have years of experience working across a wide variety of sports, all the way from pitch side at your local underage team to international and Olympic competition in sports such as Horse Racing, Rowing, Golf, Football, Rugby, Athletics, Ice Hockey, Gaelic Football, Badminton, Cycling, Fencing….pretty much everything you can think of.
Electricity based therapy, referred to as electrotherapy in the UK, is a form of treatment that uses different electric currents or impulses to stimulate the nervous system. The electric impulses can help ease pain and promote healing. Energy based therapies do not hurt, although with some types, such as TENS, you may feel a slight tingling sensation just below the surface of your skin.
Educating you & your team
Formal teaching sessions can be arranged for your company, organisation or sports team on injury management and prevention.
Our chief Physiotherapist, Kevin Hunt regularly lectures at the British Horse Racing School at Newmarket to Apprentice and Conditional Jockeys on Injury Management and Prevention. He is also a guest lecturer at the University of Nottingham Sports and Exercise Medicine Masters Degree program.
Perform, Recover, Maintain
Sports massage uses a variety of different soft tissue techniques incorporating skills from many different types of massage including Swedish, Thai, Lymphatic Drainage, Muscle Energy Technique and Positional Release. The result is a comprehensive set of tools from which your practitioner can deal with a variety of conditions and create the effect required.
When it comes to core stability Pilates is the go to exercise program. At The spinal Physiotherapy & Sports Medicine Clinic our specialist Chartered Physiotherapist deals with you one on one so you can be assured you are getting expert care and instruction and don’t get lost in a class environment.
We understand it’s not always possible to get to the clinic or you just have some questions that you’d like to discuss with an expert and get some advice.
With an online consultation you can have a 30 minute Zoom/Skype appointment with an experienced Chartered Physiotherapist who will discuss your concerns and offer appropriate advice.