Physiotherapy at Harborne Chiropractic Clinic

We start with an Initial Consultation. This takes up to an hour and consists of a history, examination, report of findings and a treatment.

Follow up treatments can be 30 minutes or 60 minutes depending on your needs. Our treatment plans are tailored to your individual needs, based on your diagnosis, and combine hands-on treatment such as sports massage and cupping with one-to-one rehabilitation sessions.

Our Physiotherapist is registered with the HCPC and CSP.

Our goal is to get you back to your best function as soon as possible.

What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession focused on helping people restore movement and function when affected by injury, illness, or disability.

Physiotherapists use a variety of techniques such as exercise, manual therapy, and education to promote healing, improve strength and flexibility, relieve pain, and enhance overall quality of life.

They work closely with patients to create personalized treatment plans tailored to their specific needs and goals.

What can physiotherapy help with?

Physiotherapy can help with a wide range of issues, including:


1. Musculoskeletal Injuries:

This includes conditions like sprains, strains, fractures, and tendonitis, as well as chronic conditions like osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.


2. Neurological Conditions:

Physiotherapy can assist individuals with neurological conditions such as stroke, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injuries, and cerebral palsy, helping to improve mobility, balance, and functional independence.


3. Sports Injuries:

Athletes often seek physiotherapy to recover from sports-related injuries, enhance performance, and prevent future injuries through specific training and rehabilitation programs.


4. Post-Surgical Rehabilitation:

Physiotherapy plays a crucial role in post-operative care, helping patients recover strength, mobility, and function following surgeries such as joint replacements, ligament repairs, and spinal surgeries.


5. Cardiopulmonary Conditions:

Physiotherapists also work with individuals with heart and lung conditions like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), heart attacks, and asthma, providing exercises and techniques to improve breathing, endurance, and cardiovascular health.


6. Pain Management:

Physiotherapy interventions, including manual therapy, exercise, and modalities such as ultrasound and electrical stimulation, can help alleviate pain associated with various conditions, including chronic pain syndromes.


7. Women's Health:

Physiotherapy can assist women with issues such as pelvic floor dysfunction, prenatal and postnatal care, and rehabilitation following gynaecological surgeries.

These are just a few examples, but physiotherapy is a versatile profession that can address a broad spectrum of physical health issues across the lifespan.

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