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What is Manipulation & Mobilisation?

Manipulation & Mobilisation are used by Physios to improve the mobility and the function of your soft tissues,  joints,  muscles, tendons and ligaments.

Manipulation is usually performed as a very fast movement on the neck and back area to provide pain relief and increase flexibility. Whereas mobilisation is a slower technique performed on joints ligaments or muscle, also used for pain reduction and flexibility improvement. Mobilisation can be gentle or deep  depending on what is more appropriate for your condition.

Our Physios are experts on the body’s musculoskeletal system and will use Manipulation and Mobilisation as part of their treatment dependent on your condition.

What We Offer

All of our Physios are Chartered and have training in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal conditions, particularly back pain and neck pain. 

Our Physios will also work with you to gain a better understanding of the problem or injury you have. We want to identify the specific cause of the problem so we can advise you on how to prevent this pain from reoccurring  as well as providing you with lasting results. Our overall aim is to improve your strength, mobility and co-ordination going forward.

Our Physiotherapists have the necessary training and knowledge to get deeper into the muscle layers to break down adhesions and restore normal muscle function as well as relieving pain. Saying that, we make sure the pressure applied is not overly uncomfortable as your comfort is important to us.

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Manipulation & Mobilisation Is A Treatment For
  • Back Pain
  • Neck Pain
  • Limited mobility
  • Musculo-skeletal disorders
  • Motion Loss
  • Recovery from injuries

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