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Services

Our Clinic provides a wide range of services including physiotherapy, sports injuries, golf performance and fitness and massage therapy. The clinic facilitates manual therapy treatments and evidenced based practice to deliver highly effective results.

Physiotherapy

Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy

Sports Injuries

Golf Performance & Fitness

Physiotherapy

We provide physiotherapy services focused on manual therapy treatments and evidence based practice to deliver highly effective results to promote functional independence.

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Joint and muscle dysfunction

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Rehabilitation programs

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Advice on injury prevention

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Musculoskeletal disorders

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Fitness programs

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Back pain clinic

Massage Therapy

We are qualified and experienced in providing various massage
techniques to assist with injuries and symptoms of pain.

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Reduce muscular tension

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Improve relaxation

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Stress reduction

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Enhance muscular performance

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Injury prevention

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Pain reduction

Massage Therapy

We are qualified and experienced in providing various massage
techniques to assist with injuries and symptoms of pain.

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Reduce muscular tension

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Improve relaxation

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Stress reduction

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Enhance muscular performance

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Injury prevention

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Pain reduction

Sports Injuries

A focused approach of treatment to promote sport specific functionality and prevention of reoccurring injuries. We have specific interests in musculoskeletal disorders, and a personal focus on golf related performance utilising the Titleist Performance Institutes Body Swing Connection. TPI’s physical assessment screen evaluates a player’s physical readiness and swing characteristics.

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Hands on treatment techniques to address joint and muscle dysfunction

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Individualised golf conditioning and fitness programs

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Knee Injuries

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Assistance and advice on golf injury prevention

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Back Injuries

Golf  Performance, rehabilitation
and Fitness

New year, better golf. Typically most club golfers are passionate about their golf, some would say obsessive? It is common practice to purchase a new set of irons and, or woods to improve overall golf performance. However, how often do we consider our overall fitness, mobility and the ability to swing a golf club at maximum efficiency? We spend hundreds of pounds on equipment, so why neglect the capabilities of our own bodies. It’s time to invest in ourselves to improve golf performance.

We Have a specific focus on golf related performance utilising the Titleist Performance Institutes Body Swing Connection. TPI’s physical assessment screen evaluates a player’s physical readiness and swing characteristics. The results of the assessment will highlight specific areas of the body that may be affecting the performance of your golf swing. We can then develop an individual golf specific exercise program to target these limitations and improve overall golf performance.

The Titleist Performance Institute (TPI)

The Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) is at the forefront of the study of how the body functions in relation to the golf swing.
TPI’s Swing Philosophy: “We don’t believe there is one way to swing a club; we believe there are an infinite number of ways to swing a club. But we do believe that there is one efficient way for everyone to swing a club and it is based on what they can physically do.”

To achieve an efficient swing, it would be advisable that all golfers must first be screened. The screening process involves an assessment of swing mechanics, biomechanics and general health status. After completing the physical screen the results are used to create an individual treatment package, which may include fitness training, physiotherapy treatment and advice on swing mechanics and biomechanics. This information can also be sent to a golfers coach or club professional to highlight areas of limitations, reduce risk of injury and improve overall golf performance.

The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) is the professional, educational and trade union body for the UK’s 57,000 charted physiotherapists, physiotherapy students and support workers.