Sarah Pomeroy is a chartered Physiotherapist and HPC registered. She has 15 years of experience and expertise in the field of Physiotherapy, having worked with elite athletes and sports teams, butalso with the non-athletic and the elderly. This has given her the skills to understand and relate to a wide range of people and problems. You do not need a referral to attend PHYSIO-PLUS, just ring for an appointment or to discuss a problem.
Kate Rashbrooke's practice was previously based in St Dominick, close to Saltash, but is now at Treburley, near to Launceston, and just ten minutes drive from Callington. There is adequate privateparking space. Every course of treatment is preceeded by a detailed assessment consultation to determine the exact cause of the problem, and to recommend appropriate action.
First Physio are a dedicated physiotherapy practise based at Fitness First in Exeter. First Physio is run by Jo Brown. Jo is recognised and respected throughout the physiotherapy field havingqualified 10 years ago. She has worked in the Exeter area for the last 8 years initially within the NHS before moving into private practice and professional sport.
Here at Team we have a unique blend of sports injury consultants dedicated to the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of sports injuries and musculoskeletal problems. Our consultantshave worked with a number of sporting institutes, national teams and high profile local sporting clubs. From wining Olympic gold to running in your local fun run, all participants are catered for. Whatever your age, ability, aims or ambitions we have a team of professionals ready to help.
If you are looking for experienced Chartered Physiotherapists who can help you to achieve a fast recovery with a lasting improvement using the most current knowledge and evidenced based treatments,then you are in the right place. We have clinics located throughout the south west of the UK. For more information about each private physio clinic use the following links; Clevedon physio, Congresbury physio, Weston super Mare physio, Exeter physio, Bovey Tracey physio and Torquay physio.
My name is Jonny Tooze. I am an Exeter-based physiotherapist offering treatment for a wide range of conditions in your home or at The Holmedale Health Clinic in central Exeter. I am one of the fewphysiotherapists in Exeter offering visits to peoples' homes or workplaces.
Pilates is a type of exercise which helps patients to reconnect and strengthen their spine and pelvis. This is done through sensing small and refined movements that give you a greater awareess of yourbody. It also involves strengthening certain key muscles that are known to protect the spine. Research has found health benefits associated with clinical Pilates for many conditions including back pain.
Exeter Physio sports, spinal and rehabilitation clinic was established in 1979. We are the largest independent private clinic in Exeter and through our constant professional development we reach thehighest standards set by our professional bodies. We have been offering massage in Exeter for a number of years, as standalone massage treatment, part of your physiotherapy treatment, for sports massage, or as a form of relaxation.
A new and unique, family run Physiotherapy clinic set in beautiful surroundings near the North Devon coast. We provide high quality, evidence based, multidisciplinary care with a friendly approach.The treatment of common joint and muscle problems is available for everyone. We also manage Sports Injuries for elite and recreational athletes. The Clinic's unique Sports Science facilities provide valuable assessments for anyone looking to improve their sporting or athletic performance.
At The Newton Abbot Physiotherapy and Sports Injuries Clinic we are both Chartered Physiotherapists and use a lot of "hands on", manual techniques applied to the soft tissues and joints to treatmusculo-skeletal conditions along with teaching specific exercises to assist recovery. Physiotherapy addresses pain, stiffness, muscle imbalance and stability. This reduces pain and discomfort, restores human movement/function and helps to prevent recurrence.