Damage to one of these structures may result in pain, pins and needles/numbness, swelling, bruising, stiffness or weakness. The Physiotherapist’s role is to establish which structure has been damaged and how. By understanding what caused the injury we can focus on treating it and prevent the injury from recurring.
Following a thorough assessment and diagnosis, there will be a discussion of your treatment goals and appropriate treatment plan put into action. This may include: joint and soft tissue mobilisation and manipulation; taping of joints and injured tissues; acupuncture, exercise prescription; Clinical Pilates and sports specific rehabilitation.
As a routine part of our assessments we include a biomechanical assessment, which includes posture correction.
Our Physiotherapists are Chartered (CSP), and members of the HCPC (Health and Care Professions Council).
"Lucinda’s physiotherapy background helps immensely with her approach to Pilates and she is able to work through injuries and enable me to exercise when I was too worried to."
"Fantastic service with high level of knowledge and expertise demonstrated throughout, would highly recommend Lucinda."
"After many years of chronic back pain and a variety of specialists, I was referred to Lucinda and within 6 sessions I was amazed at the reduction in my symptoms and the increase in my movement."
"Lucinda consistently addresses a variety of injuries I pick up and enables me to keep competing despite all of these."
"Lucinda was recommended to me following major surgery for a knee ligament injury. She was able to get me back to my pre-injury level of semi professional rugby, which at the time seemed unlikely."
"Lucinda has consistently demonstrated her in depth knowledge and treatment skills in managing my neck pain following a long-term whiplash injury and each time quickly rectifies any difficulties in a few sessions."
"Lucinda has seen me through a multitude of injuries over the years and kept me running competitively despite these, including a PB half marathon shortly after a significant tendon injury."
"Thank you Lucinda for teaching me some simple yet very effective back exercises which have kept me pain free for over a year now, they have made a tremendous difference to my quality of life."