What Physiotherapy can do for you
Physiotherapy improves your physical condition by restoring normal body functions and prevents disability that may arise from disease, trauma or injury.
Your physiotherapist has a thorough understanding of how the body works gained from many years of rigorous academic study and practical experience. Physiotherapy encompasses posture, balance and movement, knowledge of diseases, injury and the healing process.
A qualified physiotherapist is a trained medical practitioner and you do not need to be referred by a doctor to see a physiotherapist.
Physiotherapy can be an important part of any athlete or sportsperson’s career, where injury prevention and correct rehabilitation are imperative to performance.
From the blog:
Sinusitis?? Bronchitis?? Struggling to get rid of a stubborn blocked nose or pleghm on the chest? We can help!! Read further…..
What is Chest Physiotherapy? Chest physiotherapy is a term used for physiotherapy treatments that are targeted towards issues in the lungs. The cause of this can be from a number of different things including chronic respiratory diseases, respiratory infections eg...read more
Physios4movement making sure members of Crossfit Kempton recover well after smashing CrossFit Open WOD 19.2…
Always a privilege to showcase BSN Medical’s world-class strapping products. Thanks to EN Ringball Club for hosting...read more