EXETER PHYSIO CLINIC
Exeter Physio sports, spinal and rehabilitation clinic has been providing the highest level of care for over 40 years.
As well as physiotherapy, our friendly and experienced team offer many other services. For more information see below.
All our physiotherapists are registered with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and Health Professions Council. They undertake postgraduate courses and we run regular in-house training. We have clinical specialists who work very closely with a number of local orthopaedic consultants.
Areas of specialism include:
- Low back pain and sciatica
- Neck pain including pains into the arm
- Shoulder pain and instability
- Hips problems
- Knee injuries and pain
- Hand issues
- Sports and dance injuries
- Chronic pain and recurrent problems
- Arthritic conditions including osteoarthritis
- Post-surgery rehabilitation
Our aim is to explain your problem to you and guide you through your recovery and, most importantly, give you the information to prevent the need for long term treatment. We can help a variety of conditions ranging from sciatica to simple sprains and strains.
Our specialist neuro physio Kate has over twenty years experience in this field and can treat a number of different conditions.
Treatment for patients with MS, Parkinson’s, head injury, post neurological surgery or after a CVE (stroke). Treatment can be in our gym facility in Exeter, at home or in the hydrotherapy pool.Find out more about Neurological Rehabilitation
Massage can be used as a standalone treatment or as part of your physiotherapy rehabilitation.
Massage is the release of soft tissue. This can be maintenance for sports training, help with relaxation or as a treatment for tight structures. We also offer reflexology and hot stones massage as well as traditional Swedish massage.
Podiatrists or chiropodists diagnose, treat and help prevent conditions affecting your feet.
Chiropody involves general foot care including corns, nail cutting, infections and hard skin. We can also offer specialist nail surgery for ingrowing toenails, and gait analysis and orthotic prescription.
Courses aimed to provide a foundation in mindfulness and meditation and leaving you equipped to deal with everyday challenges.
An eight week course deals with anxiety, depression, grief, mood swings, lack of confidence, chronic illness, physical and emotional pain. Diana and Mark can offer further information via their website.
Ultrasound scanning can be used as a diagnostic tool and to aid injection therapy undertaken by an experienced orthopaedic practitioner physiotherapist.
EXETER PHYSIO – OUR UNIQUE APPROACH
Our approach to your recovery at Exeter Physio is underpinned by a strong desire for you not to need our help in the long term.
Our physiotherapists want you fit, well and enjoying life, confident in your body and mind and taking control of your journey to recovery.
Our vast wealth of expertise means we can assess everything that influences your pain including movements, behaviour, injury, lifestyle and general health.
We can then prioritise their importance in your presentation and offer you a plan to change your symptoms.
If you are not sure what service you require please feel free to contact Exeter Physio – located just 10 minutes from the town centre.