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Physical Therapist

Physiotherapy and Muscular skeletal Conditions 

physiotherapy is the major comportment of the service and the central approach to well being. 

The aim is to use physiotherapy to help you restore movement and function.

Our approach at physio works is to treat the whole body, not just an isolated injury. We offer a variety of personalized, one-on-one treatments to ensure our patients’ long-term health and wellness.

we are dedicated to providing the highest clinical standards aiding your recovery effectively. The following are some of the common musculoskeletal conditions we are able to treat:

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

  • Tendonitis

  • Muscle / Tendon strain

  • Ligament Sprain

  • Tension Neck Syndrome

  • Thoracic Outlet Compression

  • Rotator Cuff Tendonitis

  • Epicondylitis

  • Radial Tunnel Syndrome

  • Digital Neuritis

  • Trigger Finger / Thumb

  • DeQuervain’s Syndrome

  • Mechanical Back Syndrome

  • Degenerative Disc Disease

  • Ruptured / Herniated Disc,

  • and many more.

Sports Injury

Sports treatment

We take the time to understand the root of your problem to provide the best and most effective treatment. With cutting-edge equipment and dedicated care, you’ll be taking your first steps towards your recovery.

Exercise is essential for promoting wellbeing, reducing chronic pain, develops muscle strength and boosting lymphatic drainage. It helps to improve or maintain the movement in the effected limbs and joints. Exercise can even have positive psychological effects and support patient’s mental health and education patients and empowering them in management of their exercise programmes.

It is important that when putting exercise programmes in place, they are appropriate to the patient’s condition and physical ability. If the programme is too strenuous, no benefit will be gained and at worst further injury or damage might result.

From the initial consultation, it will be possible to put in place a tailor-made exercise programme that matches the patient’s capability level and will allow them to get stronger, be more efficient and be more confident.

Exercise programmes following principals acquired through  Pinc and Steel certification course (, Running Injury Management Course, run by Physiosophy ( fit back and bump ante & post Natal Educational Exercise program (,  Australian  Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute, APPI (


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Sports treatments continued

compression Garments and Kinesiology taping 

Compression Garments for Sports

A growing trend among professional and amateur sportsmen and sportswomen is the use of gradated compression socks or sleeves to improve their athletic performance and recovery. Whether it is during the actual event, after the event, or while travelling, today’s sports men and sportswomen are making graduated compression socks and sleeves a part of their everyday sports equipment.

The basic principle of true graded compression with the strongest pressure at the ankle when the blood is properly circulated, it restores much needed oxygen and nutrients to tired muscles that have been deprived during work outs or bouts of high activity. Compression garments help muscles regenerate more quickly and efficiently removing lactic acid that has built up.

With the holiday season. Wearing of properly fitted compression socks helps with encouraging light legs when travelling and enhancing the circulation through gentle pressure. This ensures your legs feel comfortable whilst travelling and can also reduce swelling.


Kinesiology Taping

Kinesiology taping is a therapeutic tool and has become increasingly popular within the sporting arena. Taping has been used for a long time for the prevention and treatment of sporting injuries. There are many benefits of kinesiology taping, including reducing oedema and improvement of lymphatic drainage. The tape works with the soft tissue of the body versus restricting it. The elasticity of the tape makes a good modality for the treatment for lymphoedema and chronic swelling.

Whilst many tapping applications may look similar, the differences are subtle and each taping is for treating a different condition. How a tape is applied can determine how it works on soft tissue. Applying the tape correctly is critical to ensuring that if provides maximum therapy and benefit to the patient.



Chronic Swelling Managment and MLD 

Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) is a form of massage based on the idea of encouraging the natural drainage of the lymph, which carries products away from the tissues back towards the heart.

MLD is used to treat a number of conditions, including:

  • Primary and secondary Lymphoedema

  • Recovery from post-surgery swelling

  • Pregnancy oedema

  • Sports injuries

  • Selling from bruising

  • Venous insufficiency

  • Leg ulcers

Through a process of fluoroscopy guided MLD, I provide a hand-based massage treatment.


Compression is “…the key facet in the long-term management of chronic oedema.” Mary Todd, Clinical Nurse Specialist Lymphoedema. It reduces and improves swelling, as well as improving skin changes and shape. Compression is a cornerstone in treating Lymphodema.

As an independent practitioner, I have access to a number of alternative manufacturers of compression garments that can be selected to provide the correct size, type and form to meet each persons individual needs and even tastes with colour options.

As a qualified practitioner in Lymphoedema garments, you can be measured for correctly fitting compression garments, supports for sports and travel, and pressure relieving orthoses for vein therapy, scar therapy and orthopaedics, ensuing your legs feel comfortable.



The Physiotouch is a piece of purpose-built equipment developed specifically to provide negative pressure lymphatic drainage. It has proved to be very effective and successful in the treatment of:

  • Problem scars

  • Lymphatic disorders

  • Myofascial release

  • Tendonitis

  • Post-operative swelling


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Older adults and rehabilitation pre and post operatively 


As we age, our bodies undergo age-related changes that can lead to reduced strength, stiff joints, fatigue and poor balance.

It is not uncommon to have more than one medical condition, which can make things more complicated. This all impacts on your ability to do day to day activities such as walking, climbing the stairs, housework and hobbies.

Loss of physical function can also lead to falls or the fear of falling. Subsequently, your independence and your ability to enjoy life can be affected. Our therapists offer a thorough initial assessment and bespoke treatment plans to assist you.

A plan might include:

  • Building muscle strength

  • Improving exercise tolerance

  • Improving balance

  • Preventing falls

  • Increasing confidence

  • Preventing joint stiffness

Clients are provided with advice, individualised exercise programmes and support with activities which are meaningful to them.

Rehabilitation treatments provided:

Pre and post surgery rehabilitation and advice 


Helping to improve strength, improve joint range, reduce swelling, improve balance and mobility, return to sports or achieve you targets sooner. Treatment can include:

  • Exercise programs

  • Education advance

  • Hands on treatment

  • Swelling Management

  • Taping


Oncology and Womens Health 


Pinc and Steel Rehabilitation Program for Cancer

STEEL provides support to people affected by cancer, helping them take their first steps on the road to recovery. ... Cancer rehabilitation and exercise can reduce side effects of the disease and debilitating cancer treatments, and can improve functional ability, quality of life and ultimately, survival.


Over the last 12-year course the clinic has treated a wide range of patients with diastasis recti and pelvic floor problems, though courses run by clinical Specialist in Women’s health Diane Lee. and Pelvic Health Academy, APPI and Fitback and Bump.

Treatments provided include:

  • Pre- and post-natal Care

  • Continence and pelvic floor condition.

  • Diastasis recti

  • PGP

  • menopausal assessment 

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