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Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy

Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy

Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy: A Comprehensive Approach to Treating Muscle and Joint Pain

Muscle and joint pain can significantly impact one’s quality of life, limiting the ability to perform daily activities, work, and engage in leisure pursuits. Fortunately, musculoskeletal physiotherapy offers a comprehensive approach to managing various conditions that affect the joints, muscles, ligaments, and tendons. Whether you’re dealing with back pain, sciatica, whiplash, knee pain, or shoulder pain, Physio Healing Hands has a team of experienced physiotherapists who can help you recover quickly and return to your normal activities.

What is Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy?

Musculoskeletal physiotherapy, also known as MSK physiotherapy, is a specialized area of physiotherapy that focuses on treating a wide range of injuries, disorders, and diseases affecting the musculoskeletal system. This includes conditions that affect the bones, muscles, joints, and soft tissues, such as sprains, strains, arthritis, and tendonitis. MSK physiotherapy aims to help individuals restore function and mobility, reduce pain, and prevent further injuries by providing individualized treatment plans that address their specific needs and goals.
At Physio Healing Hands, we have a team of physiotherapists who are trained and experienced in providing various MSK physiotherapy treatments. Our physiotherapists use a multidisciplinary approach to help patients recover from their injuries or conditions, which may involve a combination of the following treatment options:

Exercise Therapy

Exercise therapy is a form of physiotherapy that uses targeted exercises to improve movement, flexibility, and strength, reducing pain in the short and long term. Our physiotherapists are trained to design customized exercise programs that cater to the individual needs and goals of each patient. By incorporating exercise therapy into your rehabilitation plan, you can speed up your recovery and improve your overall physical fitness.

Aqua Therapy

Aquatic therapy, also known as hydrotherapy, involves exercising and rehabilitating in water. This treatment is especially beneficial for individuals with joint pain, as the buoyancy of water helps to reduce the pressure on the joints, making it easier to move around and perform exercises. Aqua therapy is also a low-impact form of exercise, making it suitable for individuals with limited mobility or those recovering from surgery or injury.

Joint Mobilization and Soft Tissue Techniques

Joint mobilization and soft tissue techniques are hands-on treatments that aim to reduce pain and improve joint mobility. This treatment option involves manipulating the joints and soft tissues, such as muscles and ligaments, to help alleviate pain, reduce stiffness, and improve range of motion. Our physiotherapists may use this technique alongside other treatment approaches, such as exercise therapy, to help patients recover faster.


Acupuncture is a form of alternative medicine that involves the insertion of sterile, single-use needles into specific points of the body to help relieve pain and other symptoms. At Physio Healing Hands, all of our physiotherapists who deliver acupuncture have undergone specialized training in this area. Acupuncture can be an effective treatment option for individuals dealing with chronic pain or other conditions that have not responded to traditional forms of treatment.

Book an Appointment Today

At Physio Healing Hands, we believe that everyone deserves to live a pain-free life, which is why we offer comprehensive MSK physiotherapy treatments tailored to meet each patient’s individual needs and goals. Whether you’re dealing with a new injury or a longstanding condition, our experienced physiotherapists can help you get better quickly and return to your normal activities. To book an appointment, please call our central bookings office at 07901 932769, and our friendly staff will be happy to assist you.

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