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SPECIALISTS

Rehabilitation

Restoring your mobility

Living Room Health’s rehabilitation clinic offers support and aftercare for patients with ongoing conditions. Including physiotherapy and physical therapy, our rehabilitation services can help increase movement and flexibility, build strength and alleviate chronic pain in the affected area. 

From injury, illness, trauma or post-operative conditions, our hands-on team will work to provide ongoing support for people with life-long disabilities. We can offer rehabilitation for post-surgery and post-treatment patients as well as stand-alone services for outstanding results.  

Specialist Rehabilitation Services

Our physical therapy and rehabilitation services can help patients with a range of conditions affecting muscles, joints, nerves, soft tissue, and ligaments. Our qualified physiotherapists work closely within our multidisciplinary team to provide specific treatment and physiotherapy services as part of your recovery journey to restore movement and function and limit physical restrictions. 

What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapists help to restore movement and function when you are affected by injury, illness or disability.

Physiotherapists aim to restore movement and function to as near normal or perfect as possible.

Physiotherapists work in a wide variety of health settings and treat people with acute and chronic conditions.  

Acute problems may result after surgery or following an injury. Chronic conditions are more long-term problems that come as a result of trauma, wear and tear, or illness.  

Your condition may affect one or more of the body’s systems. Physiotherapists may focus on a specific treatment area or involve a more whole-body therapy.

It is a hands-on treatment that can reduce pain, help movement, and build flexibility and strength.

Physiotherapy doesn’t just help to alleviate the symptoms that you experience right here and now it will go on to help you in the future. 

Who needs Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is usually associated with athletes and postoperative patients.

However, everyone can benefit from physiotherapy. You don’t need to wait until you are in pain to visit a physiotherapist.

Physiotherapy can prevent pain and improve overall strength and health.  

Osteopathy

Osteopathy is a drug-free and non-invasive manual medicine focusing on total body health by treating and strengthening the musculoskeletal framework.

This includes the joints, muscles and spine. 

Osteopathy specialises in the diagnosis, management, treatment and prevention of musculoskeletal and other related disorders. 

Treatment may include: 

Osteopathy Conditions

Osteopathy can contribute to the treatment and management of a wide range of conditions such as:

Get in Touch

We offer free advice, including free consultations, to start you on your road to better health or peace of mind. Anything we cannot offer directly, we signpost to our network of selected specialists and clinicians around the country.

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