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Physiotherapy Treatments

Physiotherapy treatments at The Solihull Physiotherapy Clinic
Physiotherapy includes a wide range of treatments including:

Manipulation and Mobilisations
These treatments vary in terms of the force required and the patients preference. These range from very gentle joint and soft tissue movements and stretching to manipulation. It is always preferable to use as gentle a treatment as possible to treat a soft tissue or joint problem.

Procedures for manually pulling a part of the body to a beneficial effect.using  a system of weights and pulleys to gradually change the position of a bone. It may be used in cases of bone injury or congenital defect, to prevent scar tissue from building up in ways to limit movement, and to prevent contractures in disorders such as cerebral palsy or arthritis.

Sports Rehabilitation
Early and correct treatment of sports injuries is vital for the most effective recovery. Sports injuries are treated to ensure optimal recovery and return to sport as soon as possible. The sports person will be provided with a sport specific rehabilitation program and given advice to prevent re-injury, which may include referral for a podiatric assessment.

Sports & Therapeutic Massage Therapy
Here at The Solihull Physiotherapy Clinic Ltd we offer both Sports and Therapeutic Massage Therapy for clients of all ages, abilities and levels of fitness. You don't have to be an athlete to feel the benefit of massage therapy - anyone who participates in recreational sports and exercise or experiences everyday levels of stress or strain will benefit from our treatments. We can adjust our treatments to cater to your individual requirements.

Ergonomic and postural advice
Ergonomic advice is invaluable at work and home to help prevent pain caused by repetitive movements, poor seating, desk position and computer alignment. You will also be advised on how to maintain good posture and to avoid aches and pains in the future.

Clinical Pilates used by Physiotherapists is a modification of the traditional Pilates exercises developed by Joseph Pilates over 70 years ago. The emphasis is control of the deep stabilising muscles of the trunk which support the spine. By improving these muscles improved core stability can reduce postural pain and enhance efficiency of movement.

A variety of modalities including ultrasound, interferential and transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) machines are available. As an adjunct to other treatment techniques these modalities can help to relieve pain and accelerate the healing process.

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The Organisation of Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) is the professional, educational and trade union body for the UK's 47,000 chartered physiotherapists, physiotherapy students and assistants.
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THE SOLIHULL PHYSIOTHERAPY CLINIC"  |  Areas covered by the Solihull Physiotherapy Clinic include: Solihull, Chelmsley Wood, Birmingham, Birmingham South, Warwick, Reditch, Bromsgrove, Worcester and Coventry areas of the Counties of West Midlands, Warwickshire and Worcestershire  |  Greenways 38 Dovehouse Lane , Solihull, B91 2EB  |  SPECIAL INTERESTS   |  Assisted Recovery from Sports Injuries  |  Occupational and Work Rehabilitation  |  Relief from Neck and Back Pain  |  Treatments for Foot and Ankle Injuries  |  Treatments for Muscle and Arthritic pain  |  Post Operative Rehabilitation and Therapy  |  Physiotherapy Treatments  |  Manipulation and Mobilisations  |  Sports Rehabilitation  | Ergonomic and postural advice  |  Pilates  |  Electrotherapy
Sue Plenty Grad Dip Phys MCSP
Qualified Queen Elizabeth School of Physiotherapy. Birmingham 1987.

Ceri Plenty Grad Dip Phys MCSP
Qualified Queen Elizabeth School of Physiotherapy. Birmingham 1987.

Currrently within Broad Oaks Health Clinic
394 Warwick Road,
Solihull, B911BB