The key to a quick and full recovery is accurately identifying both the injury and contributing factors as early as possible. Our experienced therapists are specialists in musculoskeletal medicine to provide you with the highest standard of care.

Your assessment and analysis consultation involves an detailed subjective and objective assessment to accurately assess the nature and severity of your condition whilst identifying any contributing factors and underlying problems that you may have. Following a friendly discussion and thorough physical assessment, we will provide you with an accurate diagnosis for your condition.  Utilising the latest 3D4 medical technology we are able to visually show you the structures damaged to help you understand the causes of your pain and problem. 

Immediate pain relief and improvement

Evidence based treatment

We are committed to putting you in control and dedicated to providing a high quality service that is able to fit in with your personal requirements and needs.

From the findings of the assessment and analysis, an individual treatment plan with achievable goals will be designed and agreed upon with you. Treatment will begin immediately within the consultation utilsing the most effective treatment techniques so we can immediatly reduce your pain and improve your condition in the most effective way as possible.

Your therapist will design a bespoke rehabilitation programme of home exercises designed to further improve your condition and movement to ensure a successful and speedy recovery for the long term. We support you every step of your treatment and rehabilitation to ensure the most efficient and successful recovery for you and treat a wide range of conditions.

Back pain is very common, with around one in three of us getting it every year. It’s usually the lower back that is affected although it can be felt anywhere along the spine – from the neck down to the hips. Back pain can be caused a number of structures including bone, spinal joint, spinal disc, ligament, tendon, nerve or muscle resulting in aches, pain, reduced movement, pins and needles or even numbness. Back pain and sciatica can vary from mild and infrequent pain to constant and incapacitating, both affecting your daily life. Although difficult, try to stay as active as possible and continue your daily activities – this is one of the most important things you can do, as resting for long periods is likely to make the pain worse.

An initial assessment including subjective and objective assesment is key to identifying the damaged structures such as spinal joins and disc/nerve involvement as well as analysing underlying causes of your condition. Within your assessment and analysis consultation your therapist will apply effective treatment techniques and provide guidance and support to immediately reduce your pain and help you on your way to a full and efficient recovery.

Neck pain, also referred to as cervical pain can come from a number of disorders and diseases and can involve any of the tissues in the neck. Examples of common conditions causing neck pain are degenerative disc disease, neck strain, neck injury such as in whiplash, a herniated disc, or a pinched nerve. Neck pain is commonly associated with dull aching pain which is sometimes worsened with movement or turning the head and also associated with headache, shoulder pain and arm numbness or tingling. Neck pain can also directly affect the shoulder joint resulting in pain, reduced movement and function. With a large range of movement, the shoulder joint may also more be susceptible to injury in isolation.

With so many structures, muscles and movements involved in both the neck and shoulder and their associated functions. An assessment and analysis by one of our consultants is important to enable correct identification of the damaged tissues resulting in your pain as well analysis of the complex biomechanical issues altering their function. Once understood, your personal therapist will provide you with an accurate diagnosis and show you the structures damaged utilising the latest 3D4 medical technology to help to explain and understand your condition.

After devising a bespoke treatment plan, your personal therapist will deliver hands on treatment and provide a bespoke functional rehabilitation program designed to help reduce pain and restore function as effectively as possible.

The knee is one of the largest and most complex joints in the body that involves many structures such as ligament, tendons, ,muscles, cartilage (menisci) and bursa.  Knee pain is very common, both from sport injuries and the wear and tear of day-to-day life and can come from injuries including sprains, swollen or torn ligaments (eg. anterior cruciate ligament), meniscus tears or runner’s knee. Sports injuries tend to affect one knee at a time whereas pain in both knees is more common with arthritis, osteoarthritis or gout, usually later in life.

An accurate subjective and objective assessment is important to understand the nature of injury and what structures may be damaged. Analysis of the complex biomechanical alignment is also important to full investigate how the knee is being loaded. Once understood, your personal therapist will provide you with an accurate diagnosis and show you the structures damaged utilising the latest 3D4 medical technology to help to explain and understand your condition.as well as treatment to ensure the structures heal correctly. Correct advice, support and functional rehabilitation focused on biomechanical alignment control and movement is essential for a full recovery over both the short and long term.

Often causing swelling, stiffness, bruising and redness, ankle pain is often described as an intense dull ache that occurs upon weightbearing and/or ankle movement. Most ankle pain we see in the clinic is often due to an ankle sprain but can also be caused by ankle instability, arthritis, gout, tendonitis, fracture, nerve compression (tarsal tunnel syndrome), infection or even poor structural alignment of the leg or foot.

With rest, ice, compression and elevation (RICE) important in the early stage of injury (first 48 hours), some ankle and foot injuries can subside. An ankle assessment will involve a subjective and objective examination to understand movement limitations and identify any structures that may be damaged. Once understood, your personal therapist will provide you with an accurate diagnosis and show you the structures damaged utilising the latest 3D4 medical technology to help to explain and understand your condition. Within your assessment and analysis consultation your therapist will apply effective treatment techniques and provide guidance and support to immediately reduce your pain and help you on your way to a full and efficient recovery. Strapping/taping may also be applied to help support your ankle and help reduce the risk of re-injury during recovery.