Emsworth Physiotherapy Clinic is a long established practice with an outstanding reputation for offering a professional yet personal service. The practice is run from home, which helps solidify the personal, one to one experience. We are specialized in diagnosis and hands on treatment, after which we will give you a personal, tailor made exercise regime to help you control and manage your problem.
Emsworth Physiotherapy Clinic was established by the owner Karen Laurie MCSP Dip Phys, a member of Physio First (www.physiofirst.org.uk), a Chartered Physiotherapist (www.csp.org.uk) and HPC registered, with 30 years of experience in treating a wide range of conditions. Karen is full time, and we have two part time physiotherapists working in the clinic and on Home Visits – Susan Rutter BSc and Sandra Mowat BSc (Hons) MCSP AACP.
• We work closely with many of the local Orthopaedic and Rheumatology consultants.
• We are registered with major insurance companies including Axa, PPP, etc.
• You do not have to see a doctor first, you can refer yourself straight to the clinic.
• Where appropriate we will devise exercise programmes for our clients to use at home or in a gym.
• We can offer you an appointment in the next 24 hours.
Physiotherapy is the treatment of injury or disease by physical therapeutic means instead of by medical, surgical or radiologic measures. It can include manipulation, exercise, ultrasound and patient education to simply show you how you can modify your everyday activities to enable you to live a more energetic and troublesome free life. Some of the most common areas of injury/discomfort treated by a physiotherapist are sports injuries, back pain, neck pain, postural problems, occupational injuries, arthritis, asthma management and rehabilitation following cardiac surgery or stroke.
The best way to find a physiotherapist who can help with your needs is to contact a qualified practitioner who is a Chartered Physiotherapist (www.csp.org.uk and www.physiofirst.org.uk) and a Member of the Health & Care Professions Council (www.hpc-uk.org).
To find out more about our practitioners, please click here or contact us to see how we can help with your specific needs.
Will it hurt?
It should not hurt too much. Sometimes you are sore after treatment, but only for a few hours. The next day you should feel better, and that is the important thing.