What is Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy aids in restoring movement and function after injury, illness or disability. It can also help prevent injury or illness in the future. It is a holistic approach to treatment involving the patients overall wellbeing and not just
the injury or illness.
When is Physiotherapy Used?
Physiotherapy can benefit people of all ages with various health conditions. These include problems affecting the following:
- Heart and circulation – For example, rehabilitation after a heart attack.
- Lungs and breathing – Physio has even aided individuals with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and cystic fibrosis.
- Brain or nervous system – Physiotherapy has helped with movement problems associated with multiple sclerosis (MS), Parkinsons disease or resulting from a stroke.
- Bones, joints and soft tissue – Including neck, back, shoulder pain or sports injuries.
Physiotherapy can improve your physical activity and help you to prevent further injuries
What exactly do Physiotherapists do?
Physiotherapists assess the body as a whole instead of simply focussing on the individual factors of an injury or illness. Some of the main techniques used by physiotherapists include:
- Providing valuable advice & education – Physiotherapists can advise about things affecting your daily life, such as posture and correct lifting or carrying techniques, in turn preventing injuries.
- Training and creating a tailored exercise routine. Physiotherapists can recommend tailored exercises to improve your general health and mobility and strengthen specific parts of the body.
- Manual therapy – A physiotherapist uses their hands to help relieve pain and stiffness and encourage better body movement.
What should I expect from my first Physiotherapy session?
Your physiotherapist will take time to ask about your specific symptoms and problem before beginning any treatment. They will also need to know about any medications that you are taking and your medical history. During your initial physiotherapy consultation, your physio will carry out a assessment and will try to identify what is happening in your body. Then will then suggest a tailored treatment for your specific problem or condition with the aim to improve mobility, reduce pain and encourage the body to heal.
What should I wear for my Physiotherapy appointment?
We want you to feel completely comfortable in our care. We usually suggest that our patients wear loose clothing that can allow for freedom of movement.
Address for our Walsall Physiotherapy Clinic
Our address is
2 Bate Street,
Walsall, WS2 8EL
Contact number: 07810 770 347
For only £37 you get an initial consultation with one of our qualified Physiotherapists at our Walsall Clinic and your first session of treatment. If you need treatment in the Walsall area, book now so that we can arrange to assist you right away .
Book your initial physiotherapy consultation & first treatment today for just £37 (saving you £73)
Our Physiotherapy Walsall Clinic Location
2 Bate Street, Walsall,
Phone: 07810 770 347
Directions to our Walsall Clinic
If you driving to our Walsall clinic from Walsall town centre, go north-east towards Hatherton road. Take a left turn onto Hatherton road. Take a slight left onto Hatherton street. Turn left onto Littleton street then after 0.2 miles, turn right onto Stafford street. After just 0.1 miles, turn right onto Day street. 203 ft Turn right onto Bate street and the clinic is on the right hand side.
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