Our chosen patient of the month for December is Jim – here are his comments:
“When I first attended Abbey Physiotherapy, severe back pain was impacting my mobility which was affecting my life style, work and limiting participation in sporting events.
Following a series of physiotherapy treatments, my mobility improved and I was able to resume a normal working life and take part in sporting activities. I was even able to resume my skiing holidays.
I have continued to have physiotherapy on a regular basis, as a preventative measure to ensure my back pain does not return.
Following my experience I have recommended Alison and Abbey Physiotherapy to family and friends, and all have been impressed with the professional treatment and positive results they have received for varying complaints. “
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the use of taping and strapping techniques to aid both the treatment and prevention of injuryRead More
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