Chartered Physiotherapists specialise in the science of how the human body moves and functions. This requires studying to a minimum of University degree level, covering indepth subjects such as Anatomy, Physiology, Biomechanics, Psychology, Neurology, Respiratory, Pathology. Additionally, treatment modalities and techniques are studied, which continues throughout a Physiotherapists career.
Offering an experienced personal physiotherapy service, Halton Physiotherapy specialises in the assessment and management of musculoskeletal problems. These commonly occur during sport, training and everyday activity.
Typical Injuries and problems we can assist with include:
Physiotherapy Examination and Treatment
An initial physiotherapy consultation to assess your problem will usually last between 45-60 minutes, in which your physiotherapist will complete a comprehensive evaluation of your problem through specific questioning and physical examination testing.
Once a diagnosis has been established, a treatment plan will be developed. This will take into account any specific aims and objectives you may have.
Subsequent follow-up consultations will usually last up to 30 minutes. The overall number of appointments required to alleviate your problem will depend on your condition, however you will be able to make appointments at your own convenience and will be in control of your rehabilitation.Treatment Techniques can include:
- Low Back Pain, Slipped Disc, Prolapsed Disc, Spondylolisthesis, Neck Pain, Torticollis, Wry Neck, Cervical Spondylosis, Cervical Headaches, Shoulder Pain, Rotator Cuff Injury, Frozen Shoulder, Shoulder Impingement, Tennis Elbow, Golfers Elbow, Wrist Pain, Sprained Wrist, Hand Pain, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, Thoracic Spine Pain, Sacroiliac Dysfunction, Hip Pain, Groin Strain, Thigh Strain, Hamstring Tear, Quadriceps Tear, Knee Pain, Meniscal Tear, Torn Cartilage, Jumpers Knee, Patella Tendinopathy, Patello-Femoral Dysfunction, Iliotibial Band Syndrome, Anterior Knee Pain, Growing Pains, Calf Pain, Shin Splints, Achilles Tendinopathy, Ankle Sprain, Foot Pain, Plantar Fasciitis, Over-pronation, Flat Feet, Biomechanical Problems, Post-Operative Rehabilitation, Pre-Operative Rehabilitation, Muscle Imbalance, Joint Stiffness, Osteoarthritis, Arthritis, Tendinitis, Bursitis, Muscle Tears, Joint Instability, Orthotics, Pilates, Stress Fractures, Sciatica, Peripheral Neuropathy, Sprains and Strains, Sports Injuries.