Services and Injury Prevention
When we assess a patient, we take a detailed history from you. This will be followed by a review of the physical problems of your condition. Following this, we will provide expert advice, hands-on therapy where appropriate and a personal treatment plan will be provided. The majority of patients find three to four sessions are enough to get them back to normal. Each assessment lasts ¾ of an hour, with subsequent treatment sessions of half an hour.
A full range of Physiotherapy treatments are available and a combination of these may be used and tailored to your individual needs, such as:
- Manual therapy
- Soft tissue mobilisation
- Exercise therapy
- Pre and post op exercise rehabilitation
- Strength and stability
- Deep tissue massage
- Pain management
- Breathing management
Healthy Limbs is all about helping you reach your potential. That's why we don't just treat you when things have gone wrong. We offer assessments that may just help to prevent injury and pain.
We have therefore put together these special assessments based on the most frequent issues that we treat, day to day. Please allow up to half an hour for these appointments. Please see our Prices page for details.
Healthy Limbs MOT
The MOT is an assessment of your posture, lifestyle and biomechanical (movement) issues. This is very helpful for those who are thinking about exercise or would just like to know more about how they can reach their healthy potential.
Healthy Limbs Back to Basics
Back to Basics is an assessment for those with back problems. We will review the history of your back complaints. We will examine you and give you individual advice on areas where you can protect your back. We can also offer and show you practical, easy and quick ways to care for your back that can be incorporated into your daily life.
Healthy Limbs 'Check up from the Neck up'
This involves an assessment of your occupation and the affect on your posture. This can help reveal any underlying problems with your temporomandibular joint (jaw), your neck and your shoulders. This is really one for office workers who want to know why they are feeling so tired at the end of a long day of sitting down at the computer!
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