restore movement and function affected by injury, illness or disability
rehabilitate both prior to and after surgery
improve movement, and
reduce risk of injury or illness in the future.
Techniques used to achieve these results include manual therapy, taping & strapping, electrotherapy (TENS), exercise prescription and medical acupuncture.
If you are unsure whether you need to see an osteopath, chiropractor or a physiotherapist please call us and we'll be happy to advise you.
This might include massage and light manipulation.
Massage is a broad term which includes techniques such as soft tissue release, myofascial release, mobilisations with movement and trigger point release.
Officially known as Dry Needling, the treatment is gentle and can provide effective results.
The research base for effectiveness of dry needling is strong and your practitioner will talk you through the treatment.
Jacob combines his Masters in Physiotherapy with his BSc in Sport and Exercise Physiology for a comprehensive approach to musculoskeletal issues. Jacob also works in the NHS alongside orthopaedic consultants, as well as with the Ipswich Town FC Academy, specialising in lower limb injuries.
To practise physiotherapy in the UK you must by law be registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), the UK’s regulatory body for health and care professionals.
The titles ‘Physiotherapist’ and ‘Physical Therapist’ are protected titles which means that by law they may only be used by people on the HCPC register. Members of the public can use it to check that a physiotherapist is registered.