Bodyworx Physio is a Physiotherapy and Sports injury clinic established in 2006 by Mark Wood and Lindsay Cairns. Both are experienced, highly skilled Chartered Physiotherapists with a combinedexperience of over 25 years. At Bodyworx Physio we strive to provide a friendly, high quality service using a patient centred approach. We treat all musculoskeletal conditions utilising a variety of evidence based treatments.
AVA Physiotherapy has been designed to make you better. This encompasses your physical and mental well being. We pride ourselves on listening to your complaints and designing a treatment plan to bestmanage your symptoms. We use a range of treatment techniques that are always improving with best practice and experience, developed from working with the NHS, the MOD and elite athletes.
At Core Fitness & Physiotherapy not only do we specialise in sports injuries, back pain and general aches & pains, our physiotherapists are highly qualified Personal Trainers and Strength &Conditioning Coaches. This allows us to diagnose and treat injuries but it also gives us the unique ability to ensure our clients make a full return to activity, whether it be international sport, going to the gym or gardening!
Highthorn Physiotherapy Clinic was established more than 28 years ago by Paula Clark, chartered physiotherapist. We are the major provider of private physiotherapy services for York and itssurrounding area. Our growth and development has always been patient led, listening to our patients' comments and needs, then planning accordingly. Our carefully selected team of physiotherapists have many years experience and demonstrate extensive skills, all dedicated to patient care.
Jorvik Physiotherapy is run by fully-qualified Chartered Physiotherapist Jeroen Suur and wife Janet. Jeroen studied in Arnhem, The Netherlands, where in 1994 he gained a BSc degree in Physiotherapy.He has been working as a physiotherapist in the UK for 20 years, the last 10 of them based in York. His experience includes work in NHS hospitals, army medical centres, and private practice. He was also involved in a motion analysis project at a research institute within University College, London.
Physiotherapy uses a variety of techniques to help your muscles and joints work to their full potential. It can help repair damage by speeding up the healing process and reducing pain and stiffness.Physiotherapists also have an important role in rehabilitation, for example, helping people return to work after an injury or illness. However, physiotherapists do not just offer treatment, their advice can help you prevent problems returning or even happening in the first place.
We are experts in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of a wide variety of injuries and physical conditions. We assess the entire person with the aim of alleviating pain, restoring normal movementand providing long term solutions to musculoskeletal problems. Physiotherapists are primary care practitioners and act as a first point of contact for patients, just like your GP.
Hands That Heal therapy clinics, based in Pocklington and South Cave, East Yorkshire offer a holistic approach to physiotherapy, where our highly skilled physio doesn't just look at your symptoms,they seek the source of the problem, resulting in long lasting sympton reduction. Whether it is life style aches and pains, or sporting injuries, by combining different skills, our physiotherapist will get you back to full health in no time!
Redcar Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic has been running for approximately 26 years, and is well established in providing effective rehabilitation and advice for a variety of injuries andconditions. In the past Mr. P Chinn has provided services to the local community including sports clubs and teams. Currently Mr. J Fenwick and Ms. L Lane continue to provide this high standard of care.
Louise Child is a Chartered and State Registered Physiotherapist. After qualifying in 2001 at The University of Manchester, Louise began working at Scarborough Hospital and has remained there eversince, gaining a wide range of experience and a number of promotions along the way. In addition to this, she works as part of the Orthopaedic multi-disciplinary team providing Physiotherapy on both the in-patient elective and trauma Orthopaedic wards.