Physiotherapy & Osteopathy
Physiotherapy helps to restore movement and function, when someone is affected by injury, illness or disability. Here at Newton Place Surgery, we have a highly specialised, friendly, physiotherapy team who will attend to any of your physio needs.
Our dedicated team are passionate about their work and have an extensive background in treating a wide variety of conditions. The team can treat all types of musculoskeletal (MSK) aches and pains, which can often be brought on by the demands of everyday life and general wear and tear on our bodies as we get older. Chronic and progressive conditions such as Arthritis can also be treated by our team. Acute injuries such as whiplash is treated by way of gentle Physiotherapy which can help restore full mobilisation and alleviate the pain that this type of injury can cause. Our team use techniques including massage, acupuncture, life style changes, ultrasound, joint manipulation, stretching and more. They can also assist with rehabilitation following an operation or sporting injury to help patients get back on their feet and help make their body feel stronger and supported.
Conditions treated on a daily basis:
- Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid arthritis
- Back pain, neck pain, shoulder impingement, frozen shoulder, rotator cuff tear
- Tennis elbow, golfer's elbow
- Shin splints, Achilles tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, ankle sprain, stress fractures,
- Scoliosis, whiplash, muscle strains, ligament sprains, shoulder tendonitis
- Womens health, pelvic health and exercises
- Carpal tunnel syndrome, hip bursitis, hip labral tear, IT band syndrome, Knee osteoarthritis, meniscus tear, patellofemoral pain syndrome (runners knee)
FCP First Contact Practitioner
This involves acute physio treatment for patients on the day without a prior appointment. Patients can access this service by completing an eConsult or speaking to a member of reception staff. The FCP has proved to be very successful and saves patients needing to see their GP.
Orthopaedic Triage Service
This means that patients will see a physio specialist before they potentially go to orthopaedics. This frees up the patient and GP's time.
What can I expect?
A full assessment and case history is undertaken by the skilled Physiotherapists. The patients current and previous medical history is reviewed to ensure the best treatment and rehabilitation for their recovery is the most appropriate for them. A physical assessment and examination will then be carried out. After this, a diagnosis and explanation of the injury will be provided to the patient with a plan of action for the treatment and rehabilitation. Advice regarding nutrition and lifestyle changes may be provided. A follow-up appointment will be offered to achieve goals - to recover, improve and maintain fitness and wellbeing.
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