Physio-logical is a leading physiotherapy, back pain and sports injury clinic providing high quality, hands on and patient focussed physiotherapy for Hampshire. Clinics are located in Havant andBasingstoke. At Physio-logical we relieve pain, restore normal movement and functions to help return your body to its natural state by carrying out a full in-depth analysis of problems and underlying causes to help identify the appropriate treatment.
I had been experiencing shin pain whilst running, as well as swollen and aching knees post work out. I got in contact with Andy and arranged an appointment. Andy's attention to detail, experience andknowledge, meant that after a couple appointments, I no longer had pain or swelling. I highly recommend Andy to my family and friends and to anyone who wants quality and professional care.
Alison Rippingale (MSc, MCSP) is a Chartered Physiotherapist with a special interest in knee and lower limb problems. With many years of experience as a knee physio specialist in the NHS and privatesectors she can offer a full assessment, provisional diagnosis and explanation of the nature of your problem. Following assessment you will be advised on the best way to manage your symptoms yourself and on whether further physiotherapy would be beneficial and why.
Our Whitewater physiotherapy and sports injury clinics provide professional rehabilitation services to all who wish to use them. Our clients range from the young to the old and drawn from thenon-sporting general public to elite athletes. We also provide a home treatment service for those not able to access the surgery for treatment. We aim to be able to provide you with an appointment within 48 hours of contacting the clinic, accepting self-referrals as well as referrals from GPs and Consultants.
Welcome to Nodens Rehabilitation Group, a provider of exceptionally high quality of physiotherapy, acupuncture and massage services in Hampshire. Our physiotherapy team is highly skilled andexperienced. Our team is recognised by most major health insurance companies as physiotherapy service provider.
Physical Health Dynamics is a physiotherapy & sports injury clinic situated in the St Cross area of Winchester specialising in the prevention and management of musculoskeletal disorders and women'shealth issues. Experienced physiotherapists treat muscle and joint problems using various techniques including manipulation, massage and acupuncture.
Lymington Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic is run by local couple Helen and Matthew Ruane, from a purpose built premises at their home in Pennington, Lymington. We are Chartered Physiotherapistswith a combined 17 years experience both in private practice and the NHS, and offer expert assessment and treatment for a wide range of muscular and joint problems including sports injuries, neck, back and joint pain.
For those of you that don't have a diagnosis of a specific condition but are finding everyday tasks/hobbies that you carry out to be problematic, then we recommend assessment to identify yourtreatment needs. In our experience we know that many people, for example those who have suffered a stroke or have a diagnosis of Parkinsons disease, want ongoing review and maintenance programmes which we are happy to provide.
I am happy to treat all age ranges from children through to the elderly no matter what their functional limitations may be. Treatments available are largely in the area of musculo-skeletalout-patients which includes back and neck pain, tennis elbow, headaches, post surgical rehabilitation, arthritis, sports injuries, personal injury claims and general orthopaedic work. I have worked in a Pilates Studio for 5 years and therefore use a lot of core stability work in rehabilitation.
Winchester Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic was established in 1996 by Gill Driver to meet the needs of the sporting population in Winchester. We are a highly professional Physiotherapy & SportsInjury Clinic based in the heart of Winchester at River Park Leisure Centre. Gill Driver leads a team of 5 Chartered Physiotherapists, 1 Specialist Women's and Men's Health Physiotherapist and 2 Sports Massage Therapists.
We are sports injury specialists providing expert treatment and sports specific rehabilitation. Whatever your injury, we aim to provide a complete service that will help you regain fitness and returnto your sporting activity quickly. Our aim is to enable all our clients, whatever their level of sport or fitness, to receive treatment and rehabilitation standards comparable to that enjoyed by elite sportsmen and women.
Are you suffering from back pain? Let us assess, diagnose and treat your condition with a series of manual and exercise therapies and electrotherapy treatments. A professional physiotherapist, JennyStickland Dip Phys MCSP, is a Chartered and State Registered Physiotherapist and registered with the Health Professionals Council. Jenny qualified as a physiotherapist in 1984, she has a wide range of experience in many areas of physiotherapy.
We look forward to welcoming you. Our Physiotherapy treatments are tailored to your specific needs. We welcome clients from all ages, lifestyles and fitness levels. The clinic specialises in thetreatment of Musculoskeletal Conditions. Our aim is to reduce symptoms quickly and effectively whilst treating the underlying cause. The clinic provides a fast and easily accessible service for self-funding and privately insured patients.
Solent Physiotherapy has relocated in Lee on Solent, Hampshire - and we welcome clients from as far afield as Southampton, Winchester, Fareham and Portsmouth. Mary Sutton Coulson has been establishedin the Gosport area for over 30 years. The practice is highly regarded locally and we are proud that many of our new clients come from personal recommendation. Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession concerned with human function and movement and maximising potential.
City Physio has three experienced physiotherapists working from the practice in Southsea, Portsmouth. Dominic founded City Physio in 1993, initially practicing in shared offices on Fratton Bridge andfrom a number of satellite clinics around Portsmouth. The clinic expanded over a couple of years and needed a new home and a fair amount of searching lead to our current location in Granada Road in Southsea.
Joint Action is a specialist neurological physiotherapy practice based in Petersfield, Hampshire. We offer advice, support and treatment for children and adults with a wide variety of conditionsaffecting posture, movement, balance and mobility. These conditions make it hard for people to make the journey to hospital for physiotherapy. That is why Joint Action comes to you.
Elrina is a Chartered and State registered physiotherapist with almost 20 years experience. She is also a member of the Acupuncture Society of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP) and holds hercertification in Korean hand therapy from Seoul enabling her to treat a very wide variety of conditions not normally treated by physiotherapists. Originally trained in South Africa, she ran her own practice there till 13 years ago when she moved to the UK.
Our team can straighten out backs, help you to make that gardener's knee behave and help fight off those niggling aches and pains that come hand in hand with a busy life. Step inside, relax and let uspour you a coffee as we take care of revitalizing you from top to toe. Our nail artists will make your fingers and toes feel every bit gorgeous.
As a skilled physiotherapist, I offer comprehensive physiotherapy services to Portsmouth, Fareham and the surrounding areas in Hampshire. Qualifying as a physiotherapist in 1995, I had already spentover twenty years participating in weight training, martial arts, mountain biking, serious trekking and sport in general, and therefore knew a great deal about injuries that active people can encounter.
The Hendrickson Method is a gentle therapeutic technique that is used to treat postural alignment and soft tissue or musculoskeletal injuries. It combines orthopaedic massage, mobilisation andneuromuscular re-education to stimulate the creation of new cells, rehydrate cartilage and realign soft tissue. This helps to break down adhesions, lengthen connective tissue and normalise muscle and joint function.