When Should I Go And See A Physiotherapist?
It’s a question many people ask, read on to find out what a Physiotherapist can do and when you should make an appointment to see one.
What can Physiotherapists help with?
Physiotherapists help people affected by injury, illness or disability through movement and exercise. Manual therapy, education and advice.
They maintain health for people of all ages, helping patients to manage pain and prevent disease.
The role of our physiotherapists is to assess, diagnose and treat patients with a musculoskeletal injury or condition.
This means it relates to muscles, bones and joints (or any other structure that moves).
Our Physiotherapists treat a variety of conditions, such as arthritis, ligament sprains, tendon injuries and low back pain, as well as being able to help you manage your recovery after surgery.
Receiving physiotherapy treatment will enable you to improve your strength and movement, as well as helping you to carry out your daily activities – whether that be getting back to work, or being able to carry out your sports and hobbies.
Physiotherapists will also give you advice on how to manage your condition and to prevent it from recurring.
If you are experiencing any pain or discomfort in any of your muscles or joints, seeing a physiotherapist will help you to understand your condition and aid your recovery process in order to meet your needs and achieve your goals.
As well as providing advice regarding your condition, a physiotherapist will be able to give advice about general health and exercise, which will both have an impact on your recovery.
Can one of our amazing physios help you?
If you have any aches or pains, would like a program for work or any activity or sport, please don’t hesitate to get in touch on 01285 654059.
Or drop us a message on any of our social media channels…
You can book an appointment or speak to a physio here get in touch.
Let us help you to prevent, recover, re-gain your movement and be pain-free!
Thanks for reading…
Student Physiotherapist training at the Markland Clinic