Services At Redcar Physio
Here are some examples of what we treat at Redcar Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic.
Neck pain is one of the most common conditions in individuals who work in office base jobs, due to poor posture, insufficient ergonomic requirements and long duration of sitting.
Back pain is a condition that affects most individuals at some point in your life time. Here at Redcar Physiotherapy Clinic we provide effective assessment, treatment and advice to help relieve the symptoms.
Lower Back Pain
Lower back pain affects most individuals at some point in your life. This may either be localised lower back pain or referred pain into various regions of the lower limb commonly known as sciatica. However there are many other conditions associated with the lower back therefore a thorough assessment is required.
The shoulder is the most dynamic joint in the body as it has the largest range of motion. Postural changes combined with incorrect movement patterns may result in shoulder pain. A few examples of these are shoulder impingement, rotator cuff strains and adhesive capsulitis (frozen shoulder).
Elbow pain is often associated with two main conditions known as golfers elbow and tennis elbow. Often these conditions are associated with overuse such as typing, writing and DIY. We provide extensive knowledge and treatment in this area to help you.
Hand and Wrist Pain
Due to our love of gadgets whether that is an Iphone or a laptop you may develop one of several conditions affecting the hand and wrist. Examples of this would be carpel tunnel syndrome or repetitive strain disorders.
Hip and groin pain may be associated with referred lower back pain. Some of the common causes of hip pain may be osteoarthritis, hip impingement or snapping hip syndrome.
The Knee is a complex joint and there are many conditions associated with knee pain. Redcar Physiotherapy Clinic can provide a full assessment and treatment regardless whether you are a runner or just enjoy the occasional walk.
Ankle and Foot Pain
Ankle and foot pain can affect your lifestyle in many ways due to the forces and impact placed on them. There are various structures within the foot and ankle that may be affected by injury.