We work closely with GPs and Consultants to offer the very best, clinical practice and we regularly take part in ongoing clinical audit and post graduate education. Our treatment techniques include Mobilisations, Massage and Soft Tissue Mobilisation, Electrotherapy (which reduces inflammation and pain and promotes healing) and Acupuncture.
One Health Physiotherapy can help you overcome many conditions including;
Our Chartered Physiotherapists specialise in the diagnosis, treatment, management and prevention of sports injuries in people of all ages and abilities. We are able to offer;
Acute care of sports injuries
Rehabilitation of acute and chronic sports injuries
A small gymnasium for end stage rehabilitation prior to return to sport.
Sports injury treatment in children and adolescents.
We offer rehabilitation for many surgical procedures including;
Cruciate and other ligament surgery
Arthroscopy and soft tissue procedures of the shoulder and other joints
Osteotomy and re-alignment surgery
Paediatric knee surgery
Rehabilitation following fractures and tendon injuries.
Upper & Lower Limb Problems
We treat and rehabilitate following;
Fractures of the upper and lower limbs
Shoulder surgery which includes;
Rotator cuff tendon repairs
Manipulation under anaesthetic
Injuries to the shoulders, arms, legs and ankles
Spinal Conditions (inc. Whiplash)
We commonly treat all the conditions listed:
Acute and chronic low back pain
Muscular dysfunction relating to the spine
Whiplash / Acute and chronic neck and upper back problems
Disc problems and post-op spinal surgical procedures
We have expertise in treating all childhood conditions and even children get injured playing sport !
Pre & Post Natal Women
We routinely treat women who experience muscular problems in pregnancy and after giving birth.
Diane Wootton has over 25 years experience of treating pelvic floor dysfunction and sees both male and female patients.
The conditions she treats are;
Urinary and faecal incontinence, pelvic floor muscle rehabilitation and chronic pelvic pain both male and female patients. Pelvic pain may be due to tight pelvic floor muscles which respond well to muscle trigger point massage.
Pre and post operative prostatectomy pelvic floor muscle training.
Acupuncture for bladder urgency and interstitial cystitis.
Female pelvic organ prolapse.
Acupuncture for irregular periods, nausea in pregnancy or menopausal ‘hot flushes’.