Midland Physio Services

Physiotherapy Redditch

Physiotherapy Redditch

Do you find yourself unable to participate in your preferred physical activities due to pain, discomfort, or injury? If so, physiotherapy may be the solution you need. Whether it’s playing with your children or grandchildren, walking, or engaging in sports, a physiotherapist can help you reduce your pain and discomfort, and increase your mobility. 

At Midlands Physio, we are dedicated to assisting people in Redditch in enhancing their activity levels and regaining their mobility. Through physiotherapy, we can help alleviate pain, discomfort, and physical restrictions, enabling you to participate in the activities you enjoy. Our team has experience working with people of all ages and abilities, and we provide individualised treatment plans to meet your specific requirements. 

At our practice, our physiotherapists use proven techniques to assess and manage a variety of conditions, including sports injuries, joint pain, postural issues, and chronic pain. We employ manual therapy, exercise prescription, and other interventions to help you reach your goals and improve your overall well-being. 

Physiotherapy Redditch – Midlands Physiotherapy

Midlands Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic operated by Physiotherapist John Pryce & his team of Physiotherapists, Sports Therapists and Massage Therapists have been proudly servicing the Redditch community, for over 20 years.

At Midlands Physio, we believe that pain or physical limitations should not hold you back from doing the things you love. Contact us today to learn how we can help you restore your mobility and improve your overall health and wellbeing. 

What Does a Chartered Physiotherapist Do?

Chartered Physiotherapists are healthcare professionals who are experts in the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of injuries, diseases, and conditions that affect the musculoskeletal, neurological, and respiratory systems. They use a variety of techniques to correct and improve the body’s natural healing mechanisms, without the use of medication or drugs, except when prescribed by a doctor. Their ultimate aim is to help patients attain optimal physical function and quality of life. 

No matter what condition you are experiencing, whether it’s back pain, neck pain, a sports injury, shoulder pain, whiplash, sciatica, headache, knee pain, or something else, a Chartered Physiotherapist can assist. They conduct a thorough assessment of the patient’s condition, taking into account their medical history and current symptoms, before devising a personalised treatment plan that targets the patient’s specific needs and goals. 

Chartered Physiotherapists work with patients of all ages, using a range of techniques such as manual therapy, exercise prescription, education and advice on lifestyle and ergonomics to help patients recover from injuries, manage chronic pain, and improve their physical function. By working closely with patients, monitoring their progress and adjusting treatment plans as necessary, Chartered Physiotherapists help patients achieve their goals and improve their overall health and wellbeing. 

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What Conditions Can Be Treated by a Physiotherapist?

Physiotherapy can help treat a variety of conditions that affect the musculoskeletal, neurological, and respiratory systems. Some of the conditions that can be treated by a physiotherapist include spinal problems, such as back pain, sciatica, and stiff/painful neck; joint problems, such as arthritis, injury, and pain/swelling/stiffness in joints like shoulders, hips, and ankles; and injuries to muscle, ligaments, cartilage, and tendons, including conditions like Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI). 

Physiotherapy can also help with post-surgical rehabilitation, including rehabilitation after orthopaedic surgery like hip and knee surgery, and general physiotherapy after general surgery. Additionally, physiotherapy can aid with fractures by increasing the healing rate and assisting in the regaining of full function once the bones have healed. 

Knowledge of the various conditions that physiotherapy can help with can aid in determining whether it is a suitable treatment option for your particular needs. 

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Spinal Problems

Including disc problems, degeneration, back, sciatica, lumbago, stiff/painful neck and referred arm and leg pains.

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Joint Problems

Arthritis, injury, pain / swelling / stiffness in joints such as shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips, knees and ankles.

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Injuries

To muscle, ligaments, cartilage and tendon problems; and related to conditions such as Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI).
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After Surgery

Rehabilitation after orthopaedic surgery e.g., hip and knee surgery, or general physiotherapy after general surgery.

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Fractures

Treatment to increase the healing rate and to gain full function once the bones have healed.

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Spinal Problems

Physiotherapy is beneficial in treating spinal problems like disc problems, degeneration, back pain, sciatica, lumbago, stiff/painful neck, and referred arm and leg pains. 

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Joint Problems

Joint problems such as arthritis, injury, and pain/swelling/stiffness in joints such as shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips, knees, and ankles. 

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Injuries

Physiotherapy can help treat injuries to muscle, ligaments, cartilage, and tendon problems, including conditions like Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI). 

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After Surgery

Physiotherapy can assist with post-operative rehabilitation, including rehabilitation after orthopaedic surgery such as hip and knee surgery, as well as general physiotherapy after general surgery. 

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Fractures

Physiotherapy can help increase the healing rate and regain full function after bones have healed. 

What To Expect from Your Physio Appointment

A typical physiotherapy session includes an initial consultation, in which a thorough personal and condition history is taken to develop a treatment plan. 

Treatment may involve: 

  • Manual Therapy 
  • Muscle imbalance and stability work 
  • Personal rehabilitation exercise programmes 
  • Soft tissue mobilisations 
  • Gait analysis 
  • Acupuncture 

If additional sessions are deemed necessary during the initial consultation, we will provide you with the details, an estimated recovery time, and allow you to decide how to proceed. 

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