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Physiotherapy & Physiotherapists
The Physiotherapists at Central Physiotherapy are registered with The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (C.S.P) and are also registered with Health Professionals Council, (H.P.C.). We are also registered with a large number of health care providers including AXA PPP, HSA, AVIVA, Simply health, Standard Life, Mercia health, BHSF, Pru health, Groupma, Cigna Police health care scheme, Medicare, Medisure, Medicash and all other health-care insurers.
At Central Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic, 12 Park Road Coventry CV1 2LD. We offer comprehensive assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of your condition. Our Physiotherapists treat a large range of pain syndromes and injuries through the combination of Physiotherapy/Exercise Therapy/Sports Massage Therapy, Ergonomic Assessment, Personal Training and Complementary Therapies.
Where are we?
We are an established Physiotherapy practice in Coventry CV1, just 200 meters from Coventry train station with our own off street parking for 25 cars. We are experienced in providing thousands of individuals, in the same situation as you, with accurate diagnosis and treatment of a whole range of physical and sporting injuries.
What do we treat?
Areas of the body and the problems we treat;
Back Pain, Sciatica, Disc injuries “Slipped disc”,Prolapsed disc, Bulging or Herniated disc, Trapped nerves, Stress, Neck Pain injury and conditions, “Whiplash” (WAD), Neck and shoulder problems, Headaches, Migraines,Tension headaches, Shoulder pain injury and conditions, Arm, Hand, Wrist Pain , Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Repetitive strain injury (RSI), Tennis Elbow Golfer Elbow, Arthritic pain relief and Osteoarthritis pain relief, Muscle Tension Spasm, Poor posture, Lack of energy, Discomfort during Pregnancy, Pregnancy and Pelvic Pain, Hip Pain and Injury, Knee Pain injury and conditions, Leg Pain, Hamstring Injuries, Groin Strain,, Thigh Injuries, Ligaments, Tendons, Shin Splints, Ankle, Heel, Foot pain injury and conditions, Achilles tendinitis, Plantar fasciitis, Sports injuries.
What treatments do we offer?
Physiotherapy, Joint and mobilisation and manipulation, Soft tissue manipulation and mobilisations, Exercise therapy, Core Stability Exercises & Training, Cold or Low Level Laser Therapy, Massage and Myo – fascial Therapy, Acupuncture, Craniosacral Therapy, Trigger Point Therapy, Sports Massage, Personal Training and Ergonomic Assessments.
What is physiotherapy?
Physio plays an important role in ensuring good health and wellness. It is a nonsurgical approach using predominantly manual-therapy and exercise-therapy for a variety of chronic and acute painful conditions. These include: lower back pain with and without leg pain or sciatica, knee pain, frozen shoulder & shoulder pain, headache and neck pain, elbow pain, foot pain, plantar fasciitis, dizziness/vertigo (BPPV), muscle strain, repetitive strain injuries (RSI) and sports related injuries that affects your well-being and quality of life.
Physiotherapists and there training qualifications
A 3 year degree course is required to register with Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and Health Professionals’ Council in order to become a physiotherapist within the UK. The minimum requirement is a bachelor of science degree. Class work for this field of study includes Anatomy, Physiology, Sociology, Psychology, Pathology, Neurology, disease and injury to give a wide spread but in-depth knowledge of potential conditions. Further coursework focuses on human movement, joints, muscles, bones and tendons, as well as diagnostic studies and use of equipment.
A career in physiotherapy combines the understanding of the human body and movement, expertise and methodology to handle certain physical problems of patients. Physiotherapists trace their roots of a physical problem to certain conditions of particular parts of the human body, such as the brain, nervous system, soft tissues, joints, bones, heart or lungs, and apply their knowledge and expertise to assist the patient in a therapy regime to relieve pain and improve movement, resulting in a more satisfying quality of life.
Physiotherapy focuses on health and wellness through nonsurgical means, it is anticipated that this field will continue to grow, as there is an increasing demand for managing disease and improving overall health and wellness. For many conditions, treatment through physiotherapy is seen to be more efficient and cost effective than other traditional medication and surgery.
How can you see a Physiotherapist
Physiotherapists our clinical practitioners in their own right and therefore can receive self referrals or referrals from GPs and hospitals to specialists working under physiotherapy associates. The treatment may be carried out at a hospital branch or even in a private physiotherapy practice. These may include treatment for injuries to knee, ligament, fractures, tendon and wrist. Sports physiotherapy goes beyond just treatment and teaches the athletes to prevent muscle strain, as well body strengthening exercises. There are also some programs to teach the science of correctly playing games like golf and tennis with the idea of injury prevention.
The Physiotherapists at Central Physiotherapy are registered with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) are also and registered with Health Professionals Council, HPC .
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