WHAT IS PHYSIOTHERAPY?
Physiotherapy is an established and dynamic profession that uses a range of treatment techniques to restore movement and function to the body.
Physiotherapy can be beneficial at the first sign of a problem and can stop minor niggles developing into the major problems which leave you unable to carry out normal daily activities, hobbies or sports.
SUNDERLAND PHYSIOTHERAPY CLINIC
We provide ‘hands on Physiotherapy’ treatment at Sunderland Physiotherapy Clinic, as well as exercise prescription, ultrasound, acupuncture, to name a few.
We can liaise with your GP as required if other management options, investigations or if a referral to a consultant is required.
All Physiotherapy appointments are with either Chris Noble, John Dickson and Mark Henderson who are specialist musculoskeletal Chartered Physiotherapists with over 40 years combined experience.
We will take time to listen to you, which in turn helps us understand what is happening and therefore diagnose the problem accurately. From here we will then give you a concise treatment and management plan, working towards your needs and goals. So whether you need to return to work and sport again, or simply want to get up and down the stairs easier, we will help you achieve your goals.
- Initial consultation 45 mins – £48*
- Review appointment 30 mins – £35
- A 50% deposit is required at the point of booking in order to secure your appointment.
- We operate a 24 hour cancellation policy. Any clients who cancel within 24 hours or do not attend their appointment will lose their deposit.
- *Please note we see over 16 year olds only*
Gift vouchers are also available. Buy online or call 0191 548 3388
Conditions we treat:
Physiotherapy at Sunderland Physiotherapy Clinic is designed to help musculoskeletal conditions including:
- Spinal problems – irritated/ prolapsed discs, joint degeneration/ wear and tear, neck pain and headaches, whiplash, sciatica and other nerve injuries causing pain/ pins and needles in the legs or arms
- Joint problems – arthritis, pain and swelling, stiffness, frozen shoulder, cartilage problems
- Sports injuries- no matter what your level of sport is
- Muscular strains and pulls, ligament sprains, tendon injuries such as achilles/ patella/ rotator cuff tendonitits
- Work related conditions such as repetitive strain injury (RSI), carpal tunnel and tennis elbow. Workstation (DSE) advice is also provided where appropriate
- After surgery – rehabilitation after orthopaedic surgery e.g. hip and knee replacements or general physiotherapy after general surgery
- Fractures – treatment to increase the healing rate and gain full function once the bones have healed