What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapists help people affected by injury, illness or disability through movement and exercise, manual therapy, education and advice. They maintain health for people of all ages, helping patients to manage pain and prevent disease.  (Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Feb 2013)

Personally I believe physiotherapists are the BEST people to help you to move more and move better.  Physiotherapy should encourage and improve people's ability to move well and with less pain.  I want people to return to thoughtless, fearless movement.

What do we treat?

Physiotherapy can help to treat a huge number of conditions.  The following is not all we can treat, if you are unsure just contact us:

  • Back pain/Neck pain

  • Sports Injuries​

  • Sciatica

  • Persistent pain

  • Nerve pain

  • Joint "niggles" or strains

  • Arthritis pain

  • Muscle injuries

  • Pre and post operation rehabilitation

How do we treat these problems?

The first thing we will do is try to make you hurt less.

Once we make you hurt less we will explain why you hurt and how you can continue to move and exercise. 

Hopefully once you hurt less and understand what you can do, we can make you move more and get back to doing the things you love.

How do we treat these conditions?

Being treated at Gray's Physiotherapy is not a simple recipe.  We believe that you need treatment personalised around YOU.  This means what works for one person may not necessarily be best for everyone.  What you will get is the most up to date treatment supported by the latest research to help you get better, quicker.  We use a variety of treatment techniques to get you better including:

  • Exercise

  • Education

  • Manual therapy( massage and joint mobilisation)

  • Kinesiology taping

  • Nerve mobilisation

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