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Acupuncture is the procedure of inserting and manipulating needles into various points on the body to relieve pain and other therapeutic purposes.

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Hydrotherapy is water therapy to relieve pain and promote physical well-being through exercise and relaxation, either with a physiotherapist or self help.

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Neuro Physiotherapy

Our specialist neuro physiotherapist has many years experience in both the NHS and private sector. She treats a great deal of neurological conditions

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Musculoskeletal (MSK) Physiotherapy assesses and treats injuries and movement dysfunctions of the joints, muscles and nervous system.

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Pilates & Yoga Classes

Clinical Pilates and Yoga at the Physiotherapy Centre differ from ordinary classes in that they consider specific needs and focus on areas requiring strengthening.

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Respiratory Physio

Respiratory Physiotherapy is the assessment and treatment of breathing disorders including lung conditions such as COPD, asthma and hyperventilation.

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Specialist Hip Clinic

The Hip Clinic deals with hip and pelvic pain, which can be difficult to diagnose hence a combined approach of Orthopaedic Consultant and Physiotherapist.

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Sports Therapy

Sports Physiotherapy is aimed at prevention and treatment of specific sporting injuries and their rehabilitation for the amateur and professional athlete.

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Injection Clinic

A specialist clinic with both pain consultant and physiotherapist aimed at providing pain control through the use of pain inhibiting injections.

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Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy

The new , NICE approved, treatment for many chronic pain syndromes, find out more information