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Physiotherapy Can Help

Physiotherapy can help people of all ages and activity levels. As we age, its essential that we don’t loose the ability to move freely and easily. A physiotherapy consultation can keep us functional, improve our balance, educate us and reduce pain. We can all benefit from the rehabilitation and treatment a physiotherapist can bring. A Physiotherapist improves the ability to live an active, independent and healthy lifestyle. Importantly they can provides specific advice and guidance during your rehabilitation or injury. Call The Hatfield Practice anytime if you wish to speak to one of our Physiotherapists.  Alternatively if the phone lines are busy, why not book online its simple and convenient.

Fast pain relief

Physiotherapy can help to keep people out of hospital. Providing same day treatments is important as physiotherapy can reduce inflammation quickly. Fast pain relief reduces the need for a GP visit and pain killers. Physiotherapy works  by improving the range of movement and reducing pain by improving strength and blood flow. Studies have show that treatment within a week can positively influence  healing  rate . The Hatfield Practice will refer to other specialists such as Osteopaths, Gp’s or surgeons if required.  

Physiotherapy can help a wide range of problems. The Hatfield Practice use a wide range of treatments and techniques that experience has shown work well. Treatments can include relaxing deep tissue massage, active mobilisations, spinal manipulation, modern ultra sound electrotherapy and bespoke exercise treatment programmes are used in order to aid your recovery. Physiotherapists effectively treat a wide variety of problems.

Physiotherapy can help back pain and muscle spasm

 

Physiotherapy can help

  • Osteo – arthritis, spinal scoliosis, rheumatoid arthritis, many types of injuries, pain, swelling, general stiffness.
  • Back and neck pain – protruding or prolapsed discs e.g trapped nerves or ‘Slipped Discs’, numbness and weakness.
  • Frozen shoulder, RSI, tendinitis,  tendinosis, carpel tunnel & achilles tendinitis, plantar fasciitis 
  • Knee Injuries respond very well. Including Ligament & Cartilage damage including pre /post -operative strengthening.
  • Sciatica, degenerative discs , many types of nerve pain, muscle weakness and neurological
  • Restless leg syndrome, Pain  the legs at rest and at night.

Physiotherapy can help you feel better

  • Sports Injuries – commonly muscle pain, ligament sprains, cartilage crush / swelling, knee / hip capsule and tendon problems.
  • Muscle and ligament tears/ strains. Stiff necks respond very well. Painful backs respond very well and often resolve quickly.
  • Whiplash, any sort of physical trauma, rugby etc, falls, RTA’s, medical legal claims, rehabilitation to aid recovery after surgery.
  • Physiotherapy can help fractures and spinal Injury.
  • Tennis elbow/ golfers Elbow, tendonits, crush injuries at work etc.

Physiotherapy can help your posture

  • Postural problems resolved  including painful neck muscles, stiff shoulders
  • Discomfort due to poor habits.
  • Ergonomic advice is especially for manual workers and computer users.
  • Physiotherapy can help by improving your bodies range of movement and dedicated exercise plans

Physiotherapy can help Pre & post operative rehabilitation

  • Joint Replacements respond well to physiotherpy.
  • Physiotherapy can help you recover after spinal surgery
  • Fractures rehabilitation and function improved.
  • Pre & Post Arthroscopy on knees. Physiotherapy reduces pain and improves mobility
  • A.C.L. Reconstructions. Physiotherapy encourages, exercises strengthen and helps to increase range of motion 
  • Scar Tissue Treatment.

Occupational Injuries Treated by Physiotherapy

Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI).

Personal Injuries e.g accidents occurred from falls, driving or work.

 

Contact details and easy directions

Telephone: 01707 888 229 

Mobile  Emergency): 075 909 242 66

E-mail us anytime  : info@thehatfieldpractice.com