Synergy Physio & Rehab Limited: Physiotherapy
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Synergy Physio & Rehab Limited

Physiotherapy

 

  • Fee assured
Overview

Specialises in

  • Acupuncture (MSK)
  • Back pain (MSK)
  • Domiciliary
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Male or female health
  • Musculoskeletal
  • Paediatric
  • Pain management
  • Sports injuries (MSK)

About us

Our Physiotherapists will assess and treat anyone with a musculoskeletal (eg joint, muscle, tendon, ligament or nerve) problem. We also have specialist Physiotherapists in Paediatrics, and Women’s Health. Some examples of the areas we treat are:

Musculoskeletal Injuries:
Backs including lower back pain and Sacro-Iliac dysfunction
Acute back pain including sciatica and disc problems
Necks including whiplash injury
Headaches
Ankle pain
Knee pain
Cruciate ligament rehabilitation
Total Knee Replacement rehabilitation
Achilles Tendonitis (Achilles Tendinopathy
Sprained ankles and foot pain
Total Hip Replacement rehabilitation
Sciatica
Buttock and hip pain
Trochanteric Bursitis
Groin pain
Shoulder pain
Arm pain
WRULD -Work related upper limb disorder
Tendonitis
Tennis elbow
Collarbone fracture / displacement
Bursitis
Plantar fasciitis
Achilles Tendon Strain
Ankle Sprain
Knee Joint Injury – ligaments and cartilage
Hamstring and thigh strain
Tennis and Golfers elbow
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Shoulder pain related to impingement and muscle tears
Bursitis
Groin pain
Post orthopaedic operations (spinal, shoulder and knee surgery, joint replacements)
Cruciate ligament rehabilitation
Total Knee and Hip Replacement rehabilitation
post spinal surgery

Also:
Post trauma, including fractures
Chronic pain
Strains and Sprains
Repetitive strain injuries
Arthritis

Paediatric Conditions:
Hypermobility including generalised joint pains
Back pain including scoliosis
Sporting injuries and rehabilitation
Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis
Growth related pains – SEVER’S and OSGOOD-SCHLATTER’S
Concerns over gait
Post orthopaedic surgery
Development Coordination Disorder (dyspraxia)
Specifically for babies:
Tight neck muscles (Torticollis)
Baby prefers to look towards one way
Baby doesn’t use their arm as expected following delivery (Erb’s Palsy)
You notice the foot stays in an awkward position (Positional Talipes)
Baby’s back appears to curve

Women’s Health Conditions:
Pelvic pain – including pelvic girdle pain
Low back pain
Thoracic pain
Weak pelvic floor muscles following childbirth
Bladder Problems
Coccyx pain
Rectus abdominis divarication (a separation of the abdominal muscles)
Stress urinary incontinence
Urinary urgency and urge incontinence
Faecal incontinence
Pelvic organ prolapse

Areas of interest

We offer Pre and Post Operative physiotherapy and rehabilitation,
We have specialist physiotherapists for children and for womens/mens health conditions.
Special interest areas include: Sacro-Iliac Joint Dysfunction, Lower limb, Sports injuries and rehabilitation.
We have a running and movement clinic that analyses technique for running with the aim to improve efficiency and speed and therefore reduce the recurrance of injuries through running.

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Information for healthcare professionals

Information for healthcare professionals (Bupa patients only, last 12 months)

Procedures completed

  • AA361

    Follow on musculoskeletal session (physiotherapy) - (>50)

  • AA360

    Initial musculoskeletal session (physiotherapy) - (>50)

  • AA353

    Follow on male or female health session (physiotherapy) - (5-50)

  • AA352

    Initial male or female health session (physiotherapy) - (5-50)

  • AA363

    Follow on domiciliary visit (physiotherapy or occupational therapy) - (5-50)

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