Musculoskeletal (MSK) Physiotherapy

Post surgery rehabilitation, sports injuries, lower back pain, joint problems

Musculoskeletal (MSK) Physiotherapists provide advice and treatment for a wide range of orthopaedic and rheumatological conditions that affect joints, muscles, ligaments, cartilage, tendons and spinal discs. This includes sports injuries, neck and lower back pain, complex pain conditions, and pain following surgical procedures.

My aim is to provide the best possible care according to each patient’s needs.

Joint problems

Neck pain and headaches

Lower back pain

Hip, knee and shoulder conditions

Muscle aches and pains

Sports injuries

Work related injuries (RSI)

Strains and sprains

Injury prevention

Post surgical rehabilitation


We help people understand the cause of their problem, how best to manage their own condition and how to prevent it recurring using the following treatments:
  • Manual therapy techniques (joint mobilisations, manipulations)
  • Soft tissue techniques (massage, myofascial release, trigger point techniques, stretches, PNF)
  • Patient-specific exercise prescriptions
  • Advice and education
  • Chronic pain management advice
  • Functional restoration programme for those with long standing pain
  • Clinical pilates


Case Study

Throughout my professional career I have acquired knowledge which has helped me carry out a holistic approach. Whilst for many patients, treatments focused solely on their pain will be successful, for others this may not be the case. This is because very often the underlying cause of the condition or problem may not be local to where the symptoms or pain are present.

This is where a holistic approach is beneficial as it allows for all avenues (such as posture, joint mobility and pattern movements) to be fully considered in order to relieve the pain effectively.

Take a look at this case study to see how I got to the root of a client’s persistent back pain.

Physiotherapy for back pain

Back Pain

A 44-year-old male office worker visited the clinic with pain in his left lower back. He explained that his hobby was weight training in the gym and that his back…
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