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Physio Treatments

Our Musculoskeletal Treatments

If you need some physical therapy, you've got options galore! Whether you're struggling with ongoing aches, bouncing back from an injury, or just wanting to feel your best, local physiotherapy treatments can be a great way to get you there.

Our top priority is helping our patients recover from injuries and manage their pain effectively. We understand that pain can be debilitating and affect your quality of life, so we focus on delivering the most efficient and effective treatments to get you feeling better as soon as possible.

Upper and Lower Limb Pain of Musculoskeletal Origin
Acute Soft Tissue Injury Amenable to Musculoskeletal Pain Assessment
Ankle & Foot Injuries
Trapped Nerve
Sacroiliac Joint Pain (SIJ)
Sports Injuries
Temporomandibular joint pain

Exacerbation of Arthritis or other Chronic Joint Conditions
Post-operative Musculoskeletal Management
Pre and Post-Natal Conditions (E.g. SPD, pelvic girdle pain, lower back pain)


Is the sensation of discomfort in the neck area. It can result from a disorder of any structure in the neck which includes cervical vertebrae and intervertebral discs

The physiotherapist will prescribe you simple exercises to build strength and flexibility in your back and leg muscles.

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Tennis elbow is a condition that causes pain around the outside of your elbow. It often occurs after strenuous overuse of the muscles and tendons of the forearm, near the elbow joint.

Is a condition where the shoulder becomes very painful and stiff. It affects one in 50 adults at some stage in their life and most commonly affects the non-dominant shoulder

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New Patients Welcome

Book your first appointment with our fantastic physiotherapist, Daniela.
Getting you back on track to feeling your best doesn't have to take long.

What type of treatment our physiotherapist provides?

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-individualized treatments to help alleviate pain, improve mobility, and restore function

Using various techniques and modalities, including manual therapy, exercises programs to improve mobility, and strengthen muscles, our therapists work with patients to develop tailored treatment plans that address their unique needs and goals.

- committed to delivering compassionate and effective care that helps our patients achieve optimal physical health and wellness



Francesca Riccomini

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Over some years different physiotherapists have treated me for post accident arthritis and chronic pain. Daniela's approach to treatment is the most effective I have encountered and has significantly improved my condition. I greatly value her knowledge, dedication to her patients and her kindness. Knowing she is there to help when I need her makes a very positive contribution to my wellbeing.

Laura Talbot

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I have had many physios over the years having had many OP's on my knees and Daniela is one of the very best. Her knowledge is very good but it is her professionalism and compassion that make her an exceptional Physio.

Martin Reed

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Daniela was very thorough, explained everything, and gave me exercises that worked extremely well. Thank you

Frequently Asked Questions for
Physiotherapy Treatment 

Q: What is physiotherapy, and how can it benefit me?

A: Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession that focuses on improving physical function and mobility. It can benefit individuals by reducing pain, improving range of motion, enhancing strength, and facilitating the recovery process after injuries or surgeries.

Q: How many sessions will I need?

A: The number of sessions required depends on the nature and severity of your condition. Your physiotherapist will develop a personalized treatment plan and discuss the estimated number of sessions during your initial assessment.

Q: Are physiotherapy exercises safe to do at home?

A: Many physiotherapy exercises can be safely performed at home as part of your rehabilitation program. Your physiotherapist will provide clear instructions and monitor your progress during follow-up sessions.

Q: How do I schedule an appointment with a physiotherapist?

A: To schedule an appointment, you can call our clinic, use our online booking system, or contact us via email. Our friendly staff will assist you in finding a convenient time for your first visit.

Q: Can physiotherapy prevent injuries?

A: Yes, physiotherapy can help prevent injuries by assessing your movement patterns, identifying weaknesses, and providing strategies to improve strength and flexibility. It's not only for rehabilitation but also for injury prevention and overall wellness.

Q: Are physiotherapy exercises safe to do at home?

A: During your initial appointment, your physiotherapist will conduct a thorough assessment, discuss your medical history, and create a personalized treatment plan. You may also receive some initial treatment or recommendations to start your recovery journey.

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