Physiotherapy and pain management

Welcome to our physiotherapy and pain management clinic! We are dedicated to providing personalized care to help you achieve your health and wellness goals. Our team of experienced physiotherapists and pain specialists will work closely with you to develop a tailored treatment plan. Whether you’re recovering from an injury, managing chronic pain, or seeking to improve mobility, we are here to support you on your journey to a healthier, pain-free life. Feel free to ask any questions or schedule an appointment today!
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Physiotherapy and pain management
Why is physiotherapy Important

Regardless of whether your job requires you to sit at a desk or sprint on the track, our physiotherapists could help you with an injury, chronic pain or restricted movement.

How Does NuHealth Help You?

Our goal at NuHealth is to assist you in discovering a new and improved version of yourself through comprehensive and holistic supportive treatments.

Our physiotherapists will work with you to come up with a bespoke treatment programme that caters to your specific needs.

Physiotherapy can provide techniques that can alleviate pain and discomfort helping with mobility and function.
Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession that uses evidence-based techniques to assess, diagnose, and treat various musculoskeletal and neurological conditions, aiming to improve mobility, function, and overall quality of life.
Physiotherapy can address a wide range of conditions, including sports injuries, back pain, arthritis, post-surgical rehabilitation, stroke recovery, and more.
During a session, a physiotherapist will conduct an initial assessment, create a personalized treatment plan, and guide you through exercises, manual therapies, and other interventions tailored to your specific needs.
Pain management is the medical approach to alleviate and control pain, whether acute or chronic, aiming to improve a person's comfort and overall well-being.

There are different approaches used in physiotherapy treatment however it may vary from patient to patient depending upon the condition of the patient and the type of treatment needed.

The common procedure includes the following:

  1. Manual Exercises
  2. Soft Tissue Mobilization
  3. Electrotherapy
  4. Heat Therapy
  5. Taping for sports injuries
  6. cupping- Dry Needling

No, pain management can address both acute and chronic pain resulting from injuries, surgeries, medical conditions, or other causes.
Dry needling is a therapeutic technique where fine needles are inserted into trigger points or tight muscle bands to release tension, reduce pain, and improve muscle function.
When performed by a trained and licensed healthcare professional, dry needling is generally safe. However, mild side effects like soreness or bruising at the needle insertion sites can occur.
Cupping therapy is a traditional healing technique that involves placing cups, often made of glass, silicone, or bamboo, on the skin’s surface to create a vacuum effect. This suction helps increase blood flow, loosen muscles, and promote healing.
Cupping is commonly used to relieve muscle tension, improve circulation, and reduce inflammation. It’s often utilized for conditions such as back pain, muscle strains, migraines, and respiratory issues.
Soft tissue mobilization is a manual therapy technique used by physiotherapists to manipulate and treat soft tissues, such as muscles, tendons, ligaments, and fascia. The goal is to improve tissue flexibility, reduce adhesions, and enhance overall mobility.
During soft tissue mobilization, a physiotherapist uses hands-on techniques to apply pressure and rhythmic movements to the affected area. This helps break down scar tissue, release muscle knots, and facilitate tissue healing.

you can typically expect the following:

  1. Muscle Soreness: Depending on the nature of the treatment and exercises performed during the session, you might experience some mild muscle soreness or discomfort. This is normal and often indicates that the targeted muscles were worked on effectively.
  2. Improved Mobility: In many cases, you may notice improved mobility and flexibility in the treated areas. The physiotherapy techniques and exercises aim to enhance range of motion and function.
  3. Aftercare Instructions: Your physiotherapist may provide you with specific aftercare instructions, including exercises to do at home, advice on managing any soreness, and recommendations for ongoing self-care.
  4. Treatment Plan Progress: If you are undergoing a series of physiotherapy sessions, you can expect to see progress in your treatment plan. The physiotherapist will work with you to track improvements and make any necessary adjustments to achieve your goals effectively.
  5. Increased Comfort: Physiotherapy sessions are designed to address pain and discomfort. As a result, you may experience increased comfort and reduced pain in the treated areas.

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