Treatments

Our In-Clinic and Online Treatments

Please note that our in-clinic appointments will start from
Wednesday 5th May 2021 but you can still book them now.
I treat a wide range of conditions, a summary of which you will find here:
  • Non specific mechanical low back/neck pain
  • Structural or discogenic low back/neck pain
  • Sciatica and trapped nerve conditions
  • Muscle/Tendon/Ligament Sprains & Strains
  • Joint aches, pains and stiffness
  • Osteoarthritis / Rheumatoid Arthritis and Rheumatoid Conditions
  • Postural and muscle imbalance anomalies
  • Posture related and over-use injuries
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  •  Shoulder Impingement and Instability
  •  Sports injuries
  • Shoulder adhesive capsulitis (frozen shoulder), SLAP lesions
  • A/C Joint Sprain and arthritis
  • Post-operative mobilisation and rehabilitation
  • Post fracture mobilisation and rehabilitation
  • Whiplash / spondylitis / spondylosis/ torticollis / wry neck and other neck problems
  • Headaches/Tinnitus/Dizziness due to neck problems
  • Labyrinthitis
  • Knee conditions – arthritis / cruciate ligament sprains / collateral ligament sprains /anterior knee pain / bursitis / ITB Syndrome
  • Patellofemoral Syndrome – Patellofemoral OA and alignment issues
  • Ankle and foot instability and pains / dropped arches / hallux valgus / Plantar fasciitis
  • Hip/Elbow/Wrist problems
  • Bruises / swellings / inflammation
  • TMJ / Jaw conditions
Chronic Pain Management
  • Headache | Neck Pain | Shoulder Pain
  • Elbow problems | Wrist Pain
  • Back Pain | Low Back Pain
  • Sciatica | Hip Pain
  • Knee Pain | Ankle Pain | Foot pain
  • Ligament injuries | Muscle Injuries
  • Tendinopathies | Osteoarthritis 

The diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation from injury and illness.

I aim to restore movement & reduce pain caused or affected by injury, illness & disability using evidence-based treatments.

Sports injuries can be caused by:

  • an accident – such as a fall or heavy blow
  • not warming up properly before exercising
  • using inappropriate equipment or poor technique
  • pushing yourself too hard

Physiotherapy helps to restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury, illness or disability. It can also help to reduce your risk of injury or illness in the future.

Whether in the office or for home-working, and particularly in the current pandemic climate, where more and more people are working from home and are more likely to do so permanently, wellbeing and employee safety is of even more paramount importance.

 

In fact, employee safety and wellbeing is an employer’s legal obligation under Health and Safety Executive regulations.

I am a chartered and state registered physiotherapist, and a member of The Association of Chartered physiotherapists in Occupational Health and Ergonomics. I have been the Occupational health Physiotherapist for Sefton Council since 2013.

In this role I am specially trained and regulated to work alone and/or as part of a multi-disciplinary team in your business / workplace. I can work to improve the health and wellbeing of workers so that they can do their jobs efficiently and effectively. 

Does your elderly relative need rehabilitation following a long hospital admission?

 

Does someone you know need help in their home and you feel physiotherapy would help?

 

Have you or someone you know fallen and would benefit from a falls risk assessment and management plan?

 

Do you feel you or a family member would benefit from exercises to help with walking and completing day to day activities?

Acupuncture

Acupuncture involves the insertion of very fine stainless steel needles into the skin. It has been used in China for over 2,000 years and increasingly in Western medicine since the 1970s. 


In September 2012, NICE recognised acupuncture’s benefits for migraines and tension-type headaches too. Acupuncture can be combined with other physiotherapy treatments such as exercise, manual therapy and relaxation techniques. It can also be used when other more conventional treatments have failed. Read more