About Physio Wellbeing

PhysioWellbeing focuses on musculoskeletal injuries (soft tissue or joint problems) using highly specialised assessment and treatment techniques. PhysioWellbeing prides itself on patient care by guaranteeing a service driven with passion aiming to accomplish optimum care for all PhysioWellbeing clients.

Carla-Physio-Wellbeing-174-EditWhy PhysioWellbeing differs from other physiotherapy services?

At PhysioWellbeing, we believe that a hands-on approach by the physiotherapist is vital for the recovery of our patients. PhysioWellbeing replicates the physiotherapy service that professional athletes will receive because we are adamant that the general public should receive the same service. Effectively all injuries consist of an inflammatory response whether there is a traumatic injury or whether the injury has an insidious onset and whether you are a professional athlete or definitely not!

Unfortunately, amongst the general public, there can be a misconstrued view that physiotherapy consists mainly of self-management techniques with little manual therapy provided by the physiotherapist. A lot of people when asked about their previous physiotherapy experience usually describe being given primarily exercises by the physiotherapist as the main part of treatment. At PhysioWellbeing, our viewpoint is to get you better using our own hands-on approach with exercises solely being given as a treatment plan for you to take home. In our sessions provided to you, we aim to make sure that the sessions consists of everything a physiotherapist’s hands can do to make you better.

All PhysioWellbeing clients in the past, presence or future receive the same optimum level of care and service using pragmatic skills based on the true cause of the problem. We have no doubt that using a combined logical approach for each patient is crucial. For example, in the majority of cases, we would not give strengthening exercises for patients if they describe pain. Our logic behind this is whenever your body feels pain it is undergoing an inflammatory response so exercise should not be done until the inflammation has settled. In this period, strengthening exercises causing any pain should be avoided in order not to disrupt the inflammatory cycle, therefore this aids healing and recovery. This tends to be a common relief for the majority of PhysioWellbeing clients who expect to be given a physiotherapy treatment of exercise to self-manage their condition but instead receive an elite hands-on approach.


Why PhysioWellbeing does not provide certain treatments?

  • Ultrasound –– no sound evidence to prove effectiveness
  • Imminent ExercisesPhysioWellbeing’s aim is to get you better first and then strengthen you unless otherwise instructed by the Physiotherapist
  • Hot/cold therapy– Beneficial and will be incorporated as part of your self-management treatment plan.


At Physiotherapy Wellbeing we endeavor to maximize your treatment experience, therefore it is primarily a hands-on approach by the Physiotherapist rather than waste time on management that you are able to do yourself Physiotherapists at PhysioWellbeing are all registered with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and are registered with the Health Professional Council.





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