Physiotherapists

Our Physiotherapists are extensively trained in anatomy, physiology and pathology. When there are problems with the spine, joints or soft tissues, our Physiotherapists have a range of skills to treat your condition at the Rotherham Physiotherapy Centre.

What is also important, we have the training to know when not to treat you but where you should go for further help.

Our staff have attended advanced courses in the UK and Europe.

Referrals

Self Referred Patients are welcome for assessment, advice and treatment.

Alternatively referrals are made by general Practitioners or Consultants with whom there is close cooperation.

Conditions Treated

Spinal Problems

Slipped disc, back pain, sciatica, lumbago, dizziness, stiff/painful neck, referred arm and leg pain and headaches.

Joint Problems

Arthritis, injury, pain/swelling/stiffness in joints such as shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips, knees and ankles.

Sports Injuries

Injuries

To muscles, ligaments, tendons, cartilage problems, sprained ankles and whiplash.

Fractures

Treatment may be given during the healing process or to restore function once the bones have healed.

Stress Incontinence

Obstetrics

Ante and post natal exercise and pregnancy back care.

Treatment Methods

  • Spinal and Peripheral mobilisation
  • Manipulation
  • Exercise Therapy
  • Traction
  • Ultrasound
  • Interferrential
  • Acupuncture

We aim to provide

Prompt Treatment

Patients are seen as soon as possible (normally within 48 hours) as early treatment can mean a quicker recovery with less time off work.

Individual Treatment

Patients receive detailed examination, from which an appropriate course of treatment is planned and discussed.

Medical Insurance

Patients may reclaim their fees subject to the terms and conditions of their personal medical cover.

It is advisable to check with the insurance company as conditions and limits do vary.

The clinic is recognized by all major health insurance companies ie. Westfield, BUPA, HSA, AXA and Norwich Union.

Staff registered with the Health Professions Council.