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Conditions we treat

Physiotherapy can help

Musculoskeletal problems: – Any muscle or joint problem, even jaw Joints Back and Neck pain – Back / neck pain can occur suddenly and last ages. Get physiotherapy treatment as soon as possible to help get your pain cured.

Occupational Injuries / Pain, Postural and Repetition Injuries – Neck, back, arm, headaches as well as injuries from falls and trips can all benefit from physiotherapy treatment.

Arthritis – All forms of arthritis will be helped from physio treatment.

Women’s Health – Pregnancy and menopause cause challenges for backs, necks, weight management and continence in pregnant women. Post pregnancy exercises for regaining core stability and abdominal strength. Women who have had breast surgeries also benefit from physiotherapy treatment.

Incontinence – There is tons of high quality research that recognises the importance of physiotherapy in the management of continence in men and women. It is vital that you see a physiotherapist with continence training.

Children’s treatment – Kids have specific needs and injuries, such as Osgood Shlatters disease, anterior knee pain, poor posture and scoliosis, in addition to many growing pains.

Other conditions that are treatable are: Shoulder; Elbow; Wrist; and Hand problems. Hip; Knee; Ankle and Foot problems; Chest problems – acute and chronic. Headaches; non specific Lower Back Pain; Postural Problems; Impaired Mobility; Falls Risks; Muscle Spasms; Muscle Weakness; RSI; OOS and Poor Balance.

Other specialist conditions that physiotherapists treat at Durham Physiotherapy Centre include: Children's ceuro conditions, CP, Spina Bifida, spinal cord injuries, strokes, TIAs, asthma, CF, vertigo.

Examples of common conditions treated by our physiotherapists:
  • Back and neck pain
  • Sciatica
  • Whiplash associated pain
  • Shoulder pain
  • Knee pain
  • Sports injuries
  • Tennis and golfers elbow
  • Groin strains
  • Hand or foot Injury
  • Repetitive strains
  • Work related disorders
  • Other muscle, tendons, ligaments, joints and nerve injuries
  • Solicitor an insurance claims

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