Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy

Physiotherapists are chartered health professionals registered with the health care professions council (HCPC). They use a combination of hands on treatments such as soft tissue release, joint mobilisation, massage, and acupuncture alongside exercise rehabilitation to help patients overcome pain, stiffness and other conditions that are preventing them from living their life to the full.

The physiotherapy team at treat Norwich is made up of Claire Gurney and Rosie Taylor, who specialise in musculoskeletal (MSK) and women’s health physiotherapy.  

Our physio team take an individualised approach with every patient. Your appointment will include a detailed assessment to identify the cause of your problem, and a tailored treatment, advice and exercise plan to get you back to doing the things you love. "

ABOUT YOUR TREATMENT

All therapy treatment duration's include a consultation, time to get undressed/dressed, treatment and Aftercare advice. 

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Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy In Norwich
Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy can help restore movement & function after an injury, illness or disability. Causes of musculoskeletal pain include; bone fractures, joint dislocations, direct blows to muscles, bones or joints. Also overuse, poor posture and sprains.
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Women's Health Physiotherapy In Norwich
Women's health physical therapists evaluate and treat the musculoskeletal disorders that may occur to women throughout their lives, with specialised understanding of the physiological differences and the impact of hormones on their condition and recovery.
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PhysioPilates In Norwich
1:1 PhysioPilates sessions or small group (up to 4) exercise, stretch and strengthen your whole body to improve balance, muscle-strength, flexibility and posture. The focus is on controlled stable co-ordinated movements, training your muscles and joints to work as they should.
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Mummy MOT in Norwich
The Mummy MoT is an in depth postnatal physiotherapy assessment of the abdominal and pelvic area. It checks posture, breathing, tummy gap and pelvic floor strength and offers a prescribe an appropriate safe exercise programme to help new mums regain full fitness and avoid some of the potential long term adverse effects of pregnancy and labour.
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