What We Treat

Spinal Problems, Joint Problems, Injuries, Sports Injuries, Pain Management, Muscle Imbalance, After Surgery, Fractures, Headaches, Paediatrics

YOUR 1st VISIT

You will be asked about the history of your problem, when it started and how it started. You will be asked about your past medical history and any medications you are taking. There will also be a physical component to the assessment which may include looking at your range of movement, strength and observations of your movement during tasks relevant to you. It would be helpful if you could wear or bring with you shorts/joggers and t-shirt/vest top depending on the area of your problem.

Prices

Initial Consultation: 1 hour £35 We spend up to an hour as this is the most important part! Treatment will commence during this session.
Treatments:
30 Mins  £28
60 Mins  £40  (Ideal for people with more than one problem area!)
Sports Massage  £25
Members of BUPA, Nuffield Health and AVIVA Health Plans


 

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Manual
Therapy

The evidence suggests that manual therapy can be used to reduce pain and increase the movement in a particular joint. Manual therapy can be manipulations, mobilisations, soft tissue release, trigger point release and massage.

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Movement Assessment/ Screening

We can develop a tailor made programme of mobility, control, coordination and balance and help you make the transition from rehabilitation to performance. James has now completed the series of courses on the implementation of ‘Joanne Elphinston Movement Systems’ (JEMS).

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PAediatric/
Children's Physiotherapy

We have 2 experienced paediatric physiotherapists who split their time between the NHS and JB Physiotherapy. We are able to work alongside your NHS physiotherapist, help implement the programmes already in place and provide additional input if indicated.

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Pain/
Persistant Pain

Current evidence suggests that educating people who are in pain about modern pain science leads to less pain, less disability and reduced fear. The structural/biomechanical model of pain is flawed, and the explanations for our pain lead to more fear, anxiety and disability.

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