Conditions We Treat

Conditions We Treat

We treat day to day occupational as well as sports injuries. Through our therapists experience and expertise they are qualified to treat a vast range of conditions. We specialize in sports injuries but have experience of treating many other conditions such as repetitive stress and acute injuries.

Sport Injuries

suffering with a bad back excessive tension in your lumbar spine or neck pain we are used to dealing with these problems.

Back and Neck pain

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Sciatica is the name given to any pain caused by the compression of the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve is the longest nerve in your body. It runs from the back of your pelvis, through your buttocks, and all the way down both legs, ending at your feet. This tends to be quite a common problem with patients we deal with and we have much experience in treating this area.


many clients often come to me with complaints of headaches. This very common problem can sometimes be due to tension in the neck musculature coupled with tightens or lack of motion often throughout the thoracic spine. Many treatments we specialise in have provided success for many of our patients.


Deep tissue massage of the area can increase the blood flow through vasodilation. Sports massage can also help in reducing toxins. A multidisciplinary approach of sports massage and corrective exercise strategies have been very effective in dealing with such problems.

Joint Pain/ Muscle Imbalances

People can often experience pain within or around there joints such as the ankle, knee, hip and shoulder etc. There can be many reasons for this joint pain can be down to aging and arthritis or it can be as a result of old injuries etc. these are just a couple of examples of why the pain can occur. In people everyday lives we are constantly putting our bodies in impractical positions with done necessarily promote good joint health couple that with the way people move with incorrect posture this can lead to a lack of flexibility in joints and on occasion a great deal of joint pain.

Through integrated approaches of exercises and hands on manipulation the symptoms can be reduced and on occasions banished. Muscle imbalances can also be a reason why we experience joint pain muscles work in groups or pairs to stabilise and help the movement of joints. When muscle imbalances occur this can lead to reduced range of motion/flexibility of joints and potentially pain. Working through integrated flexibility and strengthening exercises can restore these muscle to balance thus reducing joint pain and increasing mobility.