Physiotherapy is a science-based healthcare profession which views movement as central to health and well being. A physiotherapist’s aim is to identify and to make the most of movement ability by health promotion, preventive advice, treatment and rehabilitation. Treatment may consist of manual therapy, massage, manipulation, soft tissue release, exercises and electrotherapy to name just a few techniques.
OUR PHYSIOTHERAPY TEAM
We offer a team comprised of highly skilled clinicians and clinical specialists, in an extensive variety of clinical disciplines. This means we can offer the all round package for the total solution.
We create the total treatment package for optimum recovery from your condition by offering you a comprehensive range of treatment techniques and modalities. Our treatments are chosen for their effectivness, and are backed up by clinical research. It is our policy to continually update and advance our expertise. We strive to deliver the best treatment that is possible.
We do what is necessary, when it is necessary, making our approach to your care a truly comprehensive one. If you are unsure whether we are able to help you, please don’t hesitate to call us for more information and we would be delighted to help.
You have had your problem for less than 3 months and you have not had it before.
A SHORT SESSION WILL SUFFICE
An initial 30 minute Physiotherapy appointment in our Exeter or Sidmouth clinic will diagnose & start treating your problem.
LONG TERM PAIN
Your pain is chronic and re-occurs over months/ years.
OVER RELIANT ON TREATMENT
You are becoming reliant on regular treatment for your pain/ problem.
START TO TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR LONGER TERM PROBLEM
We know from research that we are able to identify factors that contribute to pain but this takes a little longer to investigate comprehensively. We recommend an initial 60 minute Physiotherapy appointment to ensure you get a full & thorough outcome and we can start to help you understand your pain and prevent re-occurence.
Part of your journey to full recovery, might involve soft tissue release with our massage therapist, personal training, yoga or Pilates.