Say a big hello to Nila who is our patient of the month for March.
This is what she says:
“I have been suffering with terrible debilitating pain in my neck, shoulder and right arm. Having started treatment at Abbey Physiotherapy clinic, on recommendation, my pain has completely eased off making a huge difference to my daily life. This now allows me to do the things I couldn’t do with the pain.
I was extremely impressed with the physiotherapist Alison, who was able to diagnose my problem in the first session, and hence able to start treatment promptly.
I have had acupuncture as part of my treatment, something I have not tried before, and I have been pleasantly surprised with the results, not only affecting the pain but also my physical and mental wellbeing.
I would certainly recommend Abbey Physiotherapy Clinic to anyone suffering muscular and physical pain, they are very experienced, professional and helpful too.”
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