Osteopathy focuses on the diagnosis, treatment, prevention and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal disorders and the effects of these conditions on patients’ general health.
Using many of the diagnostic procedures applied in conventional medical assessment, osteopaths seek to restore the optimal functioning of the body, where possible without the use of drugs or surgery.
Physiotherapy helps to restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury, illness or disability.
It can also help to reduce your risk of injury or illness in the future. It is provided by specially trained and regulated practitioners.
It takes a holistic approach that involves the patient directly in their own care.
Over the past few years we have invested in state of the art equipment including ultrasound and interferential therapy to ensure that you get the best possible treatment to help a speedy return to your activity.
We currently treat a whole range of people engaged in different sports from Football to Rugby, Karate, Water Skiing, Riding, Ice Hockey etc.
Sports massage is ideal for relieving muscular tension that can result from all types of physical exertion, whether just going to the gym, taking part in team sports or even running marathons!
Utilising deep tissue massage and stretching techniques the aim is to release muscular tension and restore balance, it also assists in alleviating stress in the body’s soft tissues caused by injuries due to overtraining, over-exertion or overuse.
Therapeutic massage is the ideal form of massage for total relaxation. Whilst promoting well-being by stimulating blood flow and toxin release you can feel the tension drain away leaving you feeling completely relaxed and revitalised.
Here at the Courtyard Clinic we offer a range of specialist massage treatments. The aim is to promote well-being by relieving daily stress and tension to leave you feeling revitalised and refreshed.
Podiatrists are healthcare professionals who have undergone a 3 year medical degree in order to assess, diagnose and treat a variety of different foot and lower limb conditions.
A podiatrist can also correct foot abnormalities, treat infections and ultimately seek to maintain a patient’s quality of life.
Occupational injuries account for many millions of working days lost each year in Britain.
No matter whether your work is in the office or outside on the land you need to be able to cope with the individual demands made on your body by the style of work you do.