Treatments

Depending upon the exact diagnosis of your condition we will use appropriate treatments including:

Mobilisation
This is a series of manual techniques applied to the joints of the body and spine to reduce stiffness and relieve pain.

Manipulation
High velocity techniques performed by the physiotherapist to restore joint movement.

Soft Tissue Massage
Techniques applied to the muscles and scar tissue to improve circulation, reduce spasm and restore normal movement and function.

Exercise
We use a range of tailored exercises to allow you to continue to treat your condition at home. The exercises you will be given are specifically designed to work with your muscles to stretch, build them up, correct imbalance and improve your core stability (Pilates). We will fully explain and demonstrate these exercises and recommend how frequently they are done.

Postural Correction
Where the problem is caused by posture we will advise on how to correct your posture.

Electrotherapy
We use electrical therapies (long and short wave ultrasound) to treat some deep seated problems and may recommend TENS machine for pain relief at home.

Acupuncture Therapy
Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese therapy practiced by our physiotherapists as a way of relieving pain. Some of our physiotherapists have developed an interest in acupuncture and use it in conjunction with other skills and treatment methods. All staff performing acupuncture have undergone post graduate training and are members of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP). This means that we are bound by a code of professional conduct and standards set by the AACP, including attendance of regular training courses. Acupuncture is one of the oldest recorded forms of medicine practiced in China. Very fine needles are inserted into specific points on the body. Research has shown that 70% of people gain relief from pain with acupuncture. It is known that the body produces natural pain relieving chemicals called endorphins and research has shown that acupuncture stimulates the release of these chemicals in the brain. The effects of acupuncture are cumulative, with a build of the effects as the treatment progresses. We find it a very useful technique to help relieve pain, especially for people who suffer with chronic pain.

TPI Screening
TPI Assessments can be performed by our TPI qualified therapist to assess whether your posture, stability, balance and body swing connection is affecting your on course golf performance. You will then be given a tailored, bespoke treatment/exercise plan to reduce your functional restrictions. Click here to read more on our TPI assessments.

Neurological Physiotherapy
We have a neurological physiotherapist who works out of our South Lincoln clinic who specialises in neurological care, including stroke and multiple sclerosis patients. Click here for further details.

Podiatry & Orthotics
Podiatry (previously known as Chiropody) assess, diagnose and treat abnormalities and diseases of the lower limb. They give professional advice on the prevention of foot problems and on proper care of the foot. Patients can be of all ages from infants to the elderly. Click here for more details.

Sports and Remedial Massage
For relief from stress, aches and pains, tension headaches and many more common ailments. Click here for more details.