What is physio therapy and how can it help?

Whether you’re suffering a sports injury, need treatment for back or neck pain, or recovering from surgery, Physiotherapy can provide a helping hand.

Suitable for all ages it involves looking at the complete body and on occasion provided alongside other treatments such as acupuncture and massage. In addition, at Sarum Physio Centre we offer further guidance on exercise, how to prevent injury in the first place and general health and well-being – looking after you as a whole.

Playing a vital role in the relief of pain and healing physio can get you back on the field, playing with the grandchildren or simply doing the things you love. How does that sound?

What conditions can physiotherapy treat?

While it focuses on the restoration and rehabilitation of the circulatory and musculoskeletal systems it can be used to treat conditions from sports injury to respiratory problems. It can also help with long-term issues such as arthritis, mobility and postural problems.

Did you know that almost half of all UK adults may be living with chronic pain, that is pain that lasts for more than 3-months? This Impacts health and wellbeing and can result in depression and obesity, it’s debilitating and can affect everyone around you.

Back and neck pain is the most common presented at Sarum Physio and often not because of surgery or a sports injury. Physiotherapy can help by easing stiffness, reducing pain and encouraging blood flow to the muscles, helping to improve the condition.

If you’re worried about an injury and want to get back to training or struggling with back or neck pain physio could be the solution you are seeking. Don’t ignore those aches and pains and don’t become a statistic when physio could be the answer.

Physio can help with everyday living, working in the garden, on the sports pitch or at work. If you are looking for a better quality of life or preparing for a new challenge book in today by calling 01722 415 055.

By | 2017-09-28T06:54:54+00:00 September 28th, 2017|Healthy tips, Physiotherapy, Sports Injury Clinic|0 Comments

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