Swansea's premier provider of high quality musculo-skeletal and sports physiotherapy care. Physiotherapy can help with a wide range of issues, from Arthritis to Women's Health. I have a wealth ofexpertise especially in treating sports injuries, pelvic and low back pain, 'sciatica', neck pain and headaches, and in antenatal and postnatal health. However, I treat a wide variety of problems from the acute to chronic.
The Physiotherapy Rehabilitation Centre, as part of PRC (Wales) Ltd, recognises that each person has an individual level of activity that is occasionally challenged by one's lifestyle, resulting ininjury or illness. We aim to help you overcome these challenges so that you may once again enjoy life to the full.
Cheryl has 20 years experience in the NHS, having worked as a Clinical Specialist and Extended Scope Practitioner alongside Orthopaedic Consultants in Specialist Clinics in South Wales. Shespecialises in all Musculo-skeletal problems including sports injuries, back and neck pains, joint problems, muscle and nerve pains including sciatica as well as chronic pains that have been resistant to treatment.
Along with covering the senior team Marc has also covered Youth teams from ages of 18 to 10 years of age. Craig qualified as a physiotherapist from the University of the West of England, Bristol in2003. He was employed by Swansea NHS Trust for five years, gaining experience in musculoskeletal injuries before moving into full-time employment with Vale Healthcare, based in Cardiff.
Equinox was founded in 2000 by 3 Physiotherapists who had a passion for Rehabilitation. It is an established practice providing physiotherapy to the public, Local Health Boards the medico- legalsector and industry. Our business began in Swansea focusing within the area of Neuro-physiotherapy, where we provide services to patients who have varied pathology from MS to stroke, or Traumatic brain injury to MND.
SA1 Physiotherapy is Swansea's premier physiotherapy and sports sports injury clinic. Offering a comprehensive range of assessment and therapeutic services we pride ourselves in providing the bestdiagnosis and treatment for a wide variety of sports and musculoskeletal injuries. Our practice is based in The Village hotel in Swansea's new SA1 development, where we have full use of the facility and if needed you will be able to do your rehab in the gym, studios, or swimming pool.
St David's Physiotherapy is run by Mrs Anu Schuetz (myself), who is a resident of Ammanford town itself. After working for NHS for the past 11 years in various clinical areas, i have started thisclinic locally to deliver my clinical expertise. I am currently working towards a Post graduate Diploma in Musculoskeletal medicine as well as to achieve a Pilate's instructor Status. I keep myself up to date with the clinical skills by attending various courses/ training.
Swansea Valley Physiotherapy Practice was established in 1992 to provide experienced, professional and effective treatment of musculo-skeletal problems. The main practice is located at 23 High St.,Pontardawe, Swansea, SA8 4HU. This facility provides expert assessment and treatment in the privacy of your own fully equiped, soundproofed treatment area. Jonathan Hopkins trained at Cardiff School of Physiotherapy from 1980 - 1983.
I highly recommend this physiotherapist. I came in desperation after other physio failed to help my condition or even properly diagnose the problem, as his website said he specialised in difficult.- Iwas recommended to Leighton by a friend who had been successfully treated by him previously.
Neuro Physio Wales Ltd was established in 2002 by Sara Davis and was initially called Bridgend Physiotherapy Services. Over the last ten years the Physiotherapy team has grown as has the geographicalarea we cover. We are now able to offer treatments to clients in their own homes across South Wales. Our team is made up of Chartered Physiotherapists that specialise in treating neurological conditions. All Physiotherapists are fully chartered and are registered with the Health Professional s Council.