Physiotherapy in Swinton

The Clarendon Clinic has provided Physiotherapy in Swinton, Manchester for over 30 years.

Physiotherapy in Swinton, Manchester

Physiotherapy in Swinton, Manchester

In Swinton, Physiotherapy has long been associated with the Clarendon Clinic.

Physiotherapy recognises that much of the pain and disability we suffer stems from abnormalities in our body’s structure and function.

Physiotherapists diagnose and treat problems with muscles, ligaments, nerves and joints to help the body’s natural healing ability.

Treatment involves gentle, manual techniques – easing pain, reducing swelling and improving mobility. Often, this involves manipulation which can result in an audible‘crack’ which is simply the sound of gas bubbles popping in the fluid of the joints.

Physiotherapy does not involve the use of drugs or surgery.

Conditions for Physiotherapy in Swinton, Manchester

Lower Back Pain

Most back pains result from mechanical disturbances of the spine – postural strains, joint derangements and spinal disc injuries. Physiotherapy, with its comprehensive approach to healthcare, is a particularly successful approach to treatment.

Many women are working mothers and combining both aspects of their lives can give rise to problems from the perennial headache to debilitating musculo-skeletal disorders. Many headaches originate from stiffness and tension in the neck and physiotherapy in Swinton, Manchester can often bring relief. Pregnancy can put a strain on the whole spine and physiotherapy can help the body adapt to the many changes it experiences.

In the Forties
Many patients are losing fitness at this stage in their lives and are more prone to injury. Physiotherapists consider the whole person, examining posture and the strength and flexibility of muscles, ligaments and tendons. Treatment is designed to alleviate current problems and to help prevent recurrences.

Pain-killers are not the only solution for the aches and pains associated with ageing. For more permanent relief it is necessary to eliminate the underlying causes of pain, a job for which the physiotherapist is specifically trained. Physiotherapy can also help to reduce pain and stiffness in the less acute stages of arthritis.

Work-Related Conditions
Work, whether at a computer terminal or in heavy industry, can give rise to disorders of muscles, tendons and joints, particularly in the back, hands and arms. Physiotherapists treat many conditions related to the workplace and can give remedial advice and preventative exercise.

Physiotherapy in Swinton, Manchester Practitioners

Senior Practitioners

Stuart Evans & Steve Tinning
Manipulative Therapists

Associate Physiotherapist

Paul Gill
Swinton Physiotherapist

Paul is a full members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and registered with the Health Professions Council

Tel: 0161 7935990

Physiotherapy, Swinton, Manchester