Physiotherapists deal with human function and help people to achieve their full physical potential using scientific methods such as manual therapy (hands-on manipulation/massage/deep tissue release/mobilisation), exercise and education. Physiotherapy is a health profession that aims to rehabilitate people following injury, improve movement disorders, and restore normal function. more info on our treatments
Physiotherapy maximises potential, whether its elite high-performance sport or basic activities of daily living such as getting up from a chair.
Physiotherapists work independently to assess, diagnose and treat injuries. Differential diagnosis excludes or includes the possibility of pain arising from other medical conditions and investigates the need for referring onto other medical professionals.
Physiotherapists are movement specialists with a high level of medical understanding, therapy skills and training. The training involves University degree level study, in medical science subjects such as anatomy, physiology, biomechanics and psychology. A wide variety of treatment techniques are studied.