In our Guildford Physiotherapy practice PACE Therapies are on hand for everything from niggling aches and pains to injury diagnosis and rehabilitation.
Physiotherapists train for many years to help treat the underlying causes of pain and limitations in movement and function. Many varied treatment approaches are used to help individuals regain their mobility and maximise their potential, including exercise prescription for rehabilitation, soft tissue techniques (eg massage) and joint mobilisation.
Physiotherapists promote healthy lifestyles and exercise, at PACE Therapies we treat each patient as a unique individual, tailor making treatment plans to suit following thorough assessments.
Not only can a Physio help with injuries, having regular Physiotherapy is also a great injury prevention.
What can Physiotherapists help with?
Regardless of your age or activity level, Physiotherapy can be helpful for a range of injuries and health conditions, such as:
- Shoulder, back, hip and knee pain
- Joint pains, muscular and ligament strains and sprains
- Syndromes such as Plantar Fasciitis, Tennis Elbow, ITB (iliotibial band) pain, Runners knee, achilles tendon pain etc
- Sports related injuries
- Arthritic pain
- Occupational and repetitive strain injuries
- Post-operative rehabilitation
Our Physiotherapy clinic in Guildford is backed up by email support and you are welcome to book a free 15-minute appointment anytime to make sure you are happy with your rehab program of treatment.
Physiotherapy is a protected profession that is regulated by law. Sam is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (PH90702) qualified to treat you on the basis of his diagnosis.
Physiotherapy in Guildford at PACE Therapies
Sam Bishop is the PACE Physiotherapist
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Physiotherapy has become one of the core factors within the world of sports. Physiotherapy centres like PACE Therapies have come to the rescue of athletes by not just focusing on treating their injuries, but being able to assess their biomechanical movements and performance to determine the origin of the injury and help prevent recurrence.
By carefully monitoring an individual’s capacity which includes flexibility, coordination, strength and joint movement throughout the Physiotherapy session, the therapist can formulate some useful training routines to assist in reducing any sport-related injuries like cramps, strains, sprains and torn ligaments.
Flexibility is one other issue that determines an individuals functionality – how well the person is able to move in their day to day life, as well as through their sports or hobbies.
Virtually all activities require an element of flexibility. Physiotherapy can help enhance the flexibility of a person in order for them to perform to their optimum ability. Without the correct degree of flexibility, an injury might happen.
As we get older naturally our flexibility decreases, As time goes on this can impede our everyday lives. This could include things like running for the bus, playing with your children/grandchildren, enjoying hobbies like Golf and Tennis. Regular Physiotherapy can help increase your range of movement and maintain your flexibility so you can perform everyday functions with less pain and restriction.
Regular Physiotherapy can also improve the ability of the body to deal with physical stress. Usually, our body has a unique and efficient method of repairing itself. Nonetheless, throughout excessive physical exertions (often occurring during sports training, but also during repetitive movements like gardening) some of the damage can just be too excessive for our bodies to cope.
That is when Physiotherapy comes into play. The programs involved in Physiotherapy assist the body to enhance its durability. It can help strengthen the bones, muscles, joints and small ligaments to withstand the extra strain.
All of this is important particularly for athletes who always absorb blows from direct contact sport like football, rugby and basketball. Also, sports which require a huge amount of power and plyometric ability can see huge benefits. By making the body more efficient, individuals can participate in their chosen sport with less worry about incurring an injury.