The goal of any treatment is to encourage your body's own ability to correct and heal itself, to relieve discomfort, stress and pain. CranioSacral Therapy and Visceral Manipulation are both excellentfor improving the functioning of organs, re-balancing the nervous system and increasing mobility in the muscles and joints.
We all lead hectic lives and rarely have the time or the money to look after ourselves properly. Would you like to ease those ache and pains or improve your mobility? I have been a physiotherapist for7 years and now specialise in the treatment of muscloskeletal problems. I also have experience treating neurological conditions and mobility problems. I provide a physiotherapy service to Cheddar and surrounding areas in the comfort of your own home.
We work in concert with other Physiotherapists, GPs, sports consultants in both the pre and post operative phases of rehabilitation. Commonly, we would assess a wide range of acute and chronicinjuries including sporting injuries, spinal pain, dysfunction and pregnancy related problems. Physiotherapy programmes are given following thorough assessment and are regularly progressed in accordance with the treatment aims.
The above definition is taken from the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Curriculum Framework (January 2002). See the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy website for details. If physiotherapy is notappropriate for your condition advice will be given on the best management options. You may wish to discuss your condition over the phone prior to appointment, which we are very happy to do.
Beth trained in London and then worked in London teaching hospitals where she completed her Post Graduate Manipulation course gaining her MACP membership. Later she was involved teaching bothundergraduates and postgraduates in manual therapy. She lived and worked abroad in the Sudan, Greece, Singapore and Australia for 17 years the last 10 of those spent in Sydney in private practice before moving back to England in 1998.
The Estuary Osteopath and physio Clinic is based with the heart of Topsham near Exeter. It is close to the main bus routes into Topsham and the Topshams' train station. We are open every weekday withearly and late appointments available. Consequently we provide longer treatment times for our clients (at no extra cost) than most clinics. We have a highly experienced and professional team and are happy to answer any questions or queries you may have about osteopathy and physiotherapy.
Cowan House is home to a variety of specialists and consultants, offering a range of health and lifestyle services. We are a family run organisation, based on the principle of offering a friendly andprofessional service that clients can trust. Our health professionals come with plenty of experience and a relaxing environment. The current range of services offered at Cowan House are listed below.
Do you want to get back to sport, but your old injury keeps coming back? Book an appointment at any of our locations: Bedminster, Whitchurch, Yatton and Clevedon. We can teach you how to resolve yoursports injuries. Has everyone said 'it's your age' or 'you should expect pain at your age?' This is not always right.
Precision Physio is a private physiotherapy service in Somerton, Somerset, established by Esther Stubbs MCSP, BSc, Specialist MSK physio. Precision Physio was founded in 2010 in Anglesey, when the NHSwent through a major freeze. Understanding the frustration of long NHS waiting lists, Esther Stubbs set up her own Physiotherapy Clinic, to cater for those in need of immediate physiotherapy.
Our physiotherapists have undergone a thorough training with particular emphasis on anatomy and neurophysiology. Together they offer over 100 years of experience in specialist physiotherapy. For thosewaiting for an NHS appointment we can usually offer a private appointment within 1 or 2 days. With your permission we would liase with your NHS physio to give you continuity of care: otherwise you may choose to continue with private care. We offer plenty of time for you to discuss your problem.