Say Hello to Stephen – our patient of the month for July.
Here are his comments:
“My world cup story
I was really looking forward to the start of the World Cup and sitting down with a few beers to watch the games. Whilst out in the garden just before the games started, I managed to put my back out. After many painkillers I decided to go to a physio and my Facebook friends recommended Abbey Physiotherapy, so off I went not being able to put one foot in front of the other. I felt from the first session at ease, and Alison was caring and professional and I knew she would fix the problem.
Following a series of Physiotherapy treatments and Acupuncture, my mobility began to improve and life was getting back to some normality, I was able to resume a normal working life and cheer England on in their pursuit to be World Champions.
I would give Abbey Physiotherapy 10 out of 10 for the quality of service and would recommend them to anyone, to which I have already done. Everyone at Abbey treats you as a friend”
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