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Physiotherapy

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What's the aim of Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy aims to restore and maintain human function and movement; it uses a variety of treatments to achieve this. Using evidence based practice I aim to treat a wide range of physical musculoskeletal conditions.Physiotherapy helps people through rehabilitation to restore and maintain as much function as possible. I work with patients to help them to regain as much independence as possible. 

My aim is to help you to get the most out of your treatment and provide you with effective, quality care either at my clinic in Shepley, Huddersfield or in your own home.

During your initial appointment I will assess your condition and provide you with a treatment programme tailored to your needs and your condition, we will then work to deter to agree on  a treatment programme and can I will also suggest any involvement required from your doctor if needed.

Conditions that respond well to Physiotherapy and are often treated include;

Sports Injuries: These often occur when the physical demands of a sport become too much for the body. I can help you identify and treat any issues with posture, gait or functional movement to reduce future injuries.

Neck and back pain: The most common form of muscular pain, neck and back pain, affects a very high percentage of the population. Physiotherapy can help ease this stiffness, tension and pain by encouraging blood flow to the muscles.

Post-surgical rehabilitation: Proper recovery is essential to a patient’s well-being after surgery. Rehabilitative Physiotherapy regimens will improve circulation, reduce pain and restore normal movements, such as walking, sitting up, rolling over, etc.

Overuse injuries: Certain repetitive motion activities at work, or even recreational activities, can cause aches, pain, stiffness and injuries.

Chronic pain: Conditions such as arthritis and bursitis can affect the joints, causing chronic pain and stiffness. Physiotherapy can enhance mobility and reduce pain.

For more information:

Contact Ruth Lewis on 07740 879445, email: Ruth, website here

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