We adopt a clinically reasoned, hands-on treatment approach, which includes a thorough evaluation, diagnosis and treatment plan, enabling our patients to get relief and get back to full function as soon as possible. Our treatment is based on the latest research with a focus of continued education to constantly improve our knowledge and skills. This ensures we can provide our patients with the best care available.
Physiotherapy is a scientific, holistic approach to assessing and treating pain, injuries, stiffness and imbalances of different tissues in the body. A physiotherapist is highly skilled and trained to choose from numerous treatment modalities to facilitate recovery.
Treatment can include manual therapy (or a ‘hands-on’ approach) and often this will be combined with other modalities and an exercise programme to return you to full function as soon as possible.
Physiotherapists choose different areas of focus. At MBW we have a special interest in the treatment of:
Hydrotherapy is the use of water in the treatment of different conditions which involves special exercises that you do in a heated, indoor, private pool.
Ergonomics is how you can adopt your workstation / workplace to your specific body dimensions in order to minimise strain on the muscles and joints in your body.
Our therapists offer orthopaedic treatment that focuses on injuries and diseases of your body's musculoskeletal system.
Any sportsperson (competitive and social) can be evaluated for risk factors and what can be done to perform better.
Chronic Pain is defined as ongoing pain after the expected tissue healing time. It can be intermittent or persistent and lasts for 3 months or longer.
Respiratory physiotherapy plays an important role in the treatment of a variety of conditions from sinusitis to bronchiolitis.
Rehabilitative physiotherapy is of endless value when orthopaedic surgery is undergone.
A Woman’s body is unique therefore our team offer a range of treatments designed to help with muscle and joint problems.
Dry needling is a very successful medical treatment in which very thin needles are used, without any medication (a dry needle), to achieve its aim.
Vestibular Rehabilitation (VTR) is an exercise-based program designed by a specialized physiotherapist to improve balance and reduce dizziness-related problems.
Mobilisation is passive movement techniques applied to a spinal or peripheral joint in which an oscillatory movement is performed.
Our therapists work with patients to bring them the benefits of soft tissue therapy.