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What Is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy works with our body’s movement and function to make the most of our physical potential. It aims to restore balance to help the body work better, and encourages our in-built healing responses rather than just dealing with individual diseases or symptoms.

Physiotherapists can work with patients of all ages to improve the use of parts of the body affected by disease or injury, increasing movement and mobility. Physiotherapy can also be used to help maximise sporting performance.

Our skilled physiotherapists and osteopaths use a range of physical treatments and techniques to both prevent and treat injury and disease. Through these treatments they aim to restore your heath and wellbeing, without the need for drugs or surgery.

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How Can It Help Me?
At Good Health Centre we use physiotherapy to help treat and improve a wide range of physical conditions.Our physiotherapists have a special interest in treating:

  • Joint problems including arthritis and injury causing pain, swelling and stiffness in joints
  • Work related conditions such as Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI)
  • Neck and back problems including slipped/prolapsed discs, arthritis, sciatica, lumbago, and neck pain and stiffness
  • Sports and dance injuries to muscles, ligaments, cartilage and tendons
  • Soft tissue problems such as tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow, tendonitis and frozen shoulder.

Physiotherapy can also help:

  • Fractures – treatment can increase how quickly you heal and help you gain full function once your bones have healed
  • Abdominal problems – such as colitis and irritable bowel syndrome
  • Gynaecological conditions – including stress incontinence and rehabilitation after surgery
  • Pregnancy and childbirth – including treatment for back and pelvic pain
  • Chest conditions – such as asthma, chest infections, cystic fibrosis, emphysema, bronchitis and bronchiectasis
  • Neurological conditions – such as strokes, head injuries, nerve injuries, multiple sclerosis, shingles, cerebral palsy and chronic fatigue
  • Paediatric conditions – including postural and walking problems in childhood
  • Circulatory problems – such as Raynaud’s disease, intermittent claudication (a clinical diagnosis given for muscle pain) and cardiac rehabilitation
  • Rehabilitation after surgery.
The Physiotherapy Treatment
Our experienced physiotherapists use a range of techniques to treat their patients to achieve the best results.

  • Manipulation and mobilisation of joints
    This technique helps to relieve pain and stiffness. Soft tissue release techniques can improve your posture, flexibility and function.
  • Massage
    A gentle technique, massage can be used to improve blood flow and help fluid to drain away, making it easier to move parts of the body and to relieve pain and help relaxation.
  • Exercise and movement
    Your physiotherapist may prescribe different types of exercises to strengthen the body and improve your range of movement. These could include some general, gentle exercise such as walking or swimming, or specific exercises to target certain areas of your body.
  • Electrotherapy
    This physiotherapy technique uses small electrical impulses to stimulate the nervous system. This causes a ‘tingly feeling’ as it makes certain muscles contract or squeeze, reducing pain and helping the muscles heal themselves. Ultrasound may also be used to reduce soft tissue swelling and pain and to promote healing.
What To Expect

On your first visit to the Good Health Centre, your physiotherapist will first take a detailed history of your condition, together with any important past medical problems and treatments. We advise you to wear loose clothing in which you feel comfortable moving.You may need to remove some items of clothing to allow a full examination of the injured area.

Your physiotherapist will physically assess you to diagnose your problem and discuss a treatment plan with you. They will then use the appropriate physical techniques to treat your condition and demonstrate and explain the exercises you should continue at home.

Our Practitioners

Chartered Physiotherapists undertake three or four years of full-time university study. During this time they complete over 1,000 hours of clinical practice in a number of different specialities. After this initial period of training a physiotherapist is most likely to work in a general hospital within the NHS to gain experience.

Under current law only people who are registered with the Health Professions Council are able to call themselves physiotherapists.

Cautions & Care

Physiotherapy is a safe, non-invasive therapy that is suitable for all ages. However, it is important to inform your physiotherapist if you experience any pain or problems following your physiotherapy treatment.

Useful Links

The Chartered Society of Physiotherapists

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You can book an appointment quickly and easily online by clicking below, if you have any questions prior to booking please get in touch with us on 0113 237 1173 or Email Us and one of the team will be in touch asap!

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Back Pain

If you have back pain, whether new or long-term, you know how it can interfere with your daily life.

Knee Pain

If you have knee pain, you’re not alone. Frequent knee pain affects around one in four adults.

Neck Pain

From a wry neck to arthritis, muscle spasm to a ‘dowager’s hump’, necks are a common source of pain.

Shoulder Pain

Under normal circumstances, the shoulder has the greatest mobility of any of the body’s joints. But when something goes wrong, it can mean pain, limitation and frustration.


Sciatica refers to pain that runs from the low back into the buttock and down the back of the thigh. It may go below the knee and into the foot.

Heel Pain

There are many causes of heel pain. These include plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinosis, heel spurs, and stress fractures. 

What our patients say

Katherine whinnett
Katherine whinnett
I have seen Aisha for a Mummy MOT and subsequent treatment over a period of months. She has a holistic approach and I have found her support amazing. I would have no hesitation in recommending her.
emma collinson
emma collinson
I have seen Anthony a couple of times now and I am beyond happy. I have been suffering a year of pain, I have previously seen other osteopaths and doctors and I have had numerous trips to A and E. Anthony is highly experienced in his profession, he cares about you as a patient, really understands your issues and concerns and is genuinely there to help you get better. I wish I had known about Anthony sooner and not wasted my time with other establishments. After 2 sessions I am on a slow road to recovery and I can’t wait to go again. For me, Anthony is going to be able to give me my life back this year.
Mrs Bentley
Mrs Bentley
I had a fantastic first appointment with Aisha for a Mummy MOT - I would highly recommend this to anyone who has had a baby no matter how recent or how long ago. She was incredibly knowledgeable and made me feel really well listened to. The building and location was great, easy parking and friendly receptionists.
Herwinder Kalsi
Herwinder Kalsi
I had a reflexology appointment. Nice warm welcome and very good session with the therapist Pavon
Caravan Hire Thornwick Bay
Caravan Hire Thornwick Bay
Lydia was extremely insightful and fulfilled my expectations. The experience was fabulous and she really puts her heart and soul into helping those who need it. Can’t wait to see her again. Thanks, Leigh.
stephen ongley
stephen ongley
Excellent levels of expertise
Jim Rowland
Jim Rowland
I keep coming to Daniel and he keeps fixing me. I am an older runner and have had a few injuries in recent years. I started to see Daniel when I could not get an urgent physiotherapist's appointment. His gentle manipulation and exercises cured an annoying and persistent hamstring injury which had been going on for many months, and a sore hip. Since then he has treated, most effectively, my runner's knee and other complaints. I enjoy our sessions as he takes a real interest in his patients. Daniel will always be my no. 1 therapist!
Kenneth Tindall
Kenneth Tindall
2nd visit today to see Seb. As a former professional athlete and someone who has had extensive treatments worldwide I can wholly vouch for the world class level of this Osteopath. Thanks for getting me back on track Seb.
Georgina Bachellerie
Georgina Bachellerie
Excellent service both from the admin team and the practitioner. Thorough diagnosis, punctual and all with supporting information on treatment plan.