Frequently Asked Questions

Physio Health FAQ

Physiotherapy is helpful for patients who have movement problems caused by injuries, illness or disabilities. Physiotherapy aims to restore the range of motion in the joints so that movement becomes as normal as possible
A physiotherapist can treat problems in various systems in the body. These include the neuromuscular, cardiovascular, respiratory and musculoskeletal systems. Physiotherapists can be found working in a range of healthcare settings. These include occupational health, elderly care, stroke recovery, mental illness and even intensive care.
Seeing a physiotherapist can be beneficial for patients with a wide range of painful or movement-limiting complaints. A physiotherapist can create a tailored treatment plan for people with sports injuries, women needing pre and post-natal care and people suffering from injuries or diseases that limit their movement.
At the first appointment, your physiotherapist will ask you questions about your general medical history and the history of the condition that needs treating. The problem area will be examined and you will be given a biomechanical assessment. Your physiotherapist will give you a diagnosis and prognosis, talking to you about the kind of treatment you will need and the outcome measures that will be used to check how you’re progressing.

Physio Services

Physiotherapy Treatments

We offer a broad range of physio treatments. This means we can find exactly the right type of treatment for you as an individual. 

Video and Telephone Consultations

Due to the Coronavirus crisis, Central Physio is now offering video and telephone physiotherapy consultations. 

Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy

At Central Physio our Chartered Physiotherapists can assess and treat almost all musculoskeletal conditions


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