Ivor is a patient here at Abbey Physiotherapy suffering with Hip Arthritis and other joint complaints. As with most people he wanted to put off surgery for as long as possible. He has been attending for joint mobilisations, exercises and stretches to help alleviate his symptoms.
This is what he says:
"Over the past months I have been a patient with Abbey Physio with back and hip problems. All my treatments have been both professional and friendly, a good combination. On a recent visit to a consultant, he remarked how good my mobility was considering the poor state of my hip. He then went on to say what a first class job my physio had done. They really do go that extra mile to give all their patients first class treatment.
Abbey Physiotherapy is simply the BEST."
Thank you Ivor!!
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