Some of the conditions we treat
- Low back pain and sciatica
- Neck pain and whiplash injuries
- Cervicogenic headache
- Shoulder pain
- Repetitive strain / tendon injuries
- Sports injuries
- Joint pain due to osteoarthritis
- Post joint replacement
- Post spinal surgery
- Post mastectomy
- General postural issues
Soft tissue techniques; Massage and trigger point release techniques to help reduce muscle spasm and improve the circulation and lymphatic drainage.
Joint mobilisation and manipulation; Passive movement of spinal and peripheral joints to improve the range of joint motion and reduce associated muscle spasm.
Exercise in an essential component of any physiotherapy treatment. Most patients will be given a home exercise prescription to compliment any hands on treatment, speed up their recovery and prevent recurrent injury.
Our musculoskeletal physiotherapists are all pilates trained and patients may choose to attend 1:1 or 1:2 pilates sessions at the clinic using small equipment for our pilates reformer machine.
The use of electrical treatments such as ultrasound to speed up the natural healing processes, and functional electrical stimulation to encourage muscle activation particuarly in the pelvic floor. These treatments are usually used in conjunction with manual therapy and home exercises.
Some of our musculoskeletal physiotherapists are trained in the use of acupuncture for pain relief, and may offer acupuncture as an adjunct to other treatment modalities if appropriate.
Acupuncture can be particuarly useful when combined with exercise therapy in the treatment of tendonitis and tendinopathy and also in migrane headaches.
Taping can be helpful to support and rest injured tissues and in restoring normal movement patterns.
For more information on the conditions we treat and services we offer, or to book an appointment please call 01243 527827 or email us at email@example.comBack to Top
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We are always happy to answer any questions you may have. Call us on: 01243 527827 or email us.
Chichester Physiotherapy are members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP), and also registered with the Health Professions Council (HPC)