At MyPhysio, our treatments are moulded to your individual requirements. Below are some of the most common areas that we treat, however, if yours is not listed, please do get in touch as we are very likely to be able to treat you.
There are number of ligaments with help support structures in and around the knee joint. Injury to these can cause pain, discomfort and difficulty moving. Through physiotherapy and re-education of the muscles, we can help reduce or eliminate this pain.
Overstretch of the ligaments on the side of the ankle and cause an inflammatory reaction with heat, redness, and swelling and bruising that may take several weeks to recover. MyPhysio has expert knowledge in advising, strapping and rehabilitating the ankle back to sport, making sure your balance reactions improve and recover as quickly as possible.
It is relatively common in athletes who have changed their training regime, middle aged gentleman still active in sport, and in middle aged women. We can diagnose and treat Achilles tendon problems through stretches, insoles and exercise rehabilitation
Frozen shoulder, medically referred to as adhesive capsulitis, is a disorder in which the capsule (a bag like structure surrounding the shoulder joint) becomes inflamed and stiff, greatly restricting motion and causing severe pain.
Golfer’s elbow, or medial epicondylitis, is a condition of the inside aspect of the elbow, which in some ways is similar to tennis elbow. The forearm contains several muscles that are involved with flexing and bending the fingers and thumb, and flexing and turning the wrist downwards.
Muscle strains Strains of the muscles around the hip knee and ankle can cause pain and spasm. The most common strains are groin pulls, hamstring strains, and calf muscle strains. MyPhysio can promptly assess, diagnose the severity and treat each strain accordingly and rehabilitate you back to fitness.
Osteoarthritis affects over 8 million people in the United Kingdom, it involves natural wear and tear of the joints with gradual reduction of the cartilage that supports our joints, providing shock absorbency. As a result of this people sometimes feel that their movement decreases, or they lose flexibility and strength as a result of pain or swelling.