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We provide a high quality, professional and friendly service for patients presenting with a wide range of musculoskeletal disorders. 

Physiotherapy is arranged by the following providers:-

You can refer yourself to physiotherapy by downloading the referral form below.

Refer yourself to physiotherapy

For further information see the following link

Supporting information

Please see the links below for self-help videos.

Acute Knee Pain

Patient leaflets

Neck Pain

Patient leaflets:-

Achilles Tendonitis

Patient leaflet:-

Frozen Shoulder

Patient leaflet:-

Plantar Fasciitis

Please read this advice leaflet about plantar fasciitis before attempting the exercises below

Tennis Elbow

Elbow pain exercise book

Tennis elbow advice sheet

Shoulder Impingement

Shoulder impingement advice sheet


Lumbar exercises - lower back

Calf Strain

Please read this advice leaflet before attempting these exercises for calf strain

Shin Splints

Please read this advice leaflet before attempting these exercise for shin splints


Patient leaflets:-

Falls and fractures - exercise training to prevent falls

Falls prevention leaflet

ICE Treatment

Ice Treatment

Treating Minor Sports Injuries with Ice

If your injury does not require medical treatment – for example, a mild sprain or other minor muscle or ligament damage – you can treat it at home using RICE therapy.

RICE stands for:

  • Rest – avoid regular exercise and reduce your daily physical activity. Using crutches or a walking stick may help if you cannot put weight on your ankle or knee.
  • Ice – apply an ice pack to the affected area for 10–30 minutes. A bag of frozen peas, or similar, will work well. Wrap the ice pack in a towel to avoid it directly touching your skin and causing ice burn.
  • Compression – use elastic compression bandages to limit swelling.
  • Elevation – keep the injured leg, knee, arm, elbow or wrist raised above the level of the heart. This may also help to reduce swelling.

After 48 hours of RICE therapy, stop compression and try moving the injured area. If, after this time, your symptoms are worse, seek advice from your GP.

RICE therapy can be useful for any sports injury, but some injuries may require additional treatment.

This information is from – further info can be found there on medication and further treatment of sports injuries. 

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