At Physiofusion, as well as physiotherapy we have additional therapies to complement and can help to fix more complicated injuries or disorders.  Our therapists work together as a multi-disciplinary team allowing several areas of expertise and experience to be used to get the best result for you.

If your physio thinks that any of these therapies will benefit your condition or rehabilitation, they will discuss this with you; alternatively, you can ask for details on any therapies that you are interested in.

Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy

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Physiotherapy is most commonly used to help and treat any musculoskeletal injury or disorder (in other words, joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments or similar).  This means that we treat acute injuries like disc bulges, whiplash, sprains,

Sports Physiotherapy

Sports Physio

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Sports Physiotherapy is extremely beneficial for anyone that enjoys an active lifestyle. Whether you are a weekend warrior, an elite athlete or a beginner, we appreciate how frustrating it can be if an injury prevents

Massage

Massage

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At Physiofusion, our massage treatment is all performed by Physiotherapists, who all have an in-depth knowledge of anatomy and specialise in a variety of techniques. We use a variety of techniques to help with all

Reflexology

Podiatry

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Call 01282 453 110 to book your appointment today. Podiatry Services Available General chiropody services (such as nail cutting, treatment of corns, callus (hard skin) and ingrown toenails) Biomechanical assessments (this can include assessing

Acupuncture

Acupuncture

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Acupuncture has been proven to be clinically effective and recommended by NICE (National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence) for use in the NHS - it has been used in private physiotherapy for many years already.

Biomechanics

Call 01282 453 110 to book your appointment today.   When to see a Biomechanics or Gait Analysis specialist? Foot pain – or ankle, knee, hip or lower back pain for that matter –

Tai Chi Chuan

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Tai Chi Chuan is a Chinese martial art renowned for its health benefits.  As a form of exercise, it is very gentle. This gentleness however, is one of the greatest strengths of Tai Chi Chuan,

Alexander Technique

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The Alexander Technique is a method of producing optimal spinal alignment and helps you to identify and prevent the harmful postural habits that can cause pain, stress and under-performance. It also allows you to regain control

Clinical Pilates

Clinical Pilates

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What is Pilates? Clinical Pilates is used to strengthen the core muscles to prevent or rehabilitate after injury.  It is particularly suitable for rehabilitation or weakness of neck, mid back, lower back, hips and shoulders.

Nutritional Therapy

Nutritional Therapy

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Nutritional Therapy is used to promote health and vitality by the use and analysis of food and your body; our Nutritional Therapist, Sarah Garton, has achieved some amazing results with patients at Physiofusion. It can

Counselling and Psychotherapy

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Our Counselling and Psychotherapy sessions aim to help you find solutions to those emotional issues that are stopping you getting on with your life. We fully appreciate that making the decision to seek professional help can be quite

Injections

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At Physiofusion, we only use highly qualified injection specialists, who work alongside your Physiotherapist to get you the best treatment, and therefore, results. There are several uses of injection therapy: Anti-inflammatory injections (Cortisone) Anaesthetic injections

Neck and Back Pain

Women’s Health

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We offer various treatment options ranging from in-house treatment at our clinics, to the teaching of specific exercises which are useful for bladder weakness, after surgery, pregnancy or trauma. More than 80% of continence issues are curable -

Podiatry

Reflexology

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Reflexology works on the principle that there are reflex zones in the hands and feet that correspond to different body parts, organs and glands.  Reflexology is a unique way of using the thumbs and fingers

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