Physio Experts Physiotherapy
Our Physiotherapy team at Cedar Grove are all experienced practitioners with NHS experience. Each specialise in a particular condition as well as general treatments.
Our most experienced chartered physiotherapist has more than 20 years of experience. Both he and the team are able to offer weekday, evening and weekend appointments.
The aim is not only to provide rapid access to effective assessment and treatment of your condition, but to provide an all-round pleasant client experience of the service.
Specializing in providing exercise and self-management programs for those living with Stroke and other neurological conditions. Our most experienced can also provide therapy to those living with Head Injuries, Parkinson’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis, and many more conditions, including general longer term rehabilitation needs.
You will receive a flexible, professional client-centered physiotherapy service.
A self-management plan will be provided so you and your family can continue the rehabilitation. The most up to date treatment techniques and strategies that are based on research will be followed during your rehabilitation to achieve your maximum rehabilitation potential.
You will be informed of how many sessions you will require to achieve your goals.
MSc physiotherapy Coventry University UK
Registered with the relevant governing bodies (HCPC and Charted society of physiotherapy)
The experienced Neuro-Physiotherapist at Cedar Grove is highly skilled in the management and rehabilitation of neurological conditions. Our team understands that patients who have suffered a stroke require ongoing treatment to maintain improvement in the patient’s ability.
Joints & Mobility
Joint pain is a very common problem with many possible causes. In older people, joint pain that gets steadily worse is usually a sign of osteoarthritis. It may affect just one joint, or many. The knee joint is probably the most frequently damaged joint and is particularly vulnerable as it takes the full weight of your body.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is different for everyone and you can get symptoms in many parts of your body.MS is a neurological condition.
That means it affects your nerves. It's caused when your immune system isn’t working properly.
Balance problems may cause dizziness, making you feel as though you’re spinning or moving when you’re stable. This can lead to falls, which can cause broken bones and other injuries. Our team offer advice and exercises to prevent falls and injury.
A progressive neurodegenerative disorder that develops over many years, leading to impairments of movement and deficits in mental functioning. The most widely seen malady of the nervous system – usually occurs in the elderly – is caused by the degeneration of neurons that produce dopamine in the midbrain.
Post Op Rehabilitation
Rehabilitation is the post-surgical program of re-establishing joint motion, muscle strength and joint function. It is very important to understand that rehabilitation is a long process. While the surgery is performed within hours, the rehabilitation often needs many months, potentially up to a year.
Spinal Cord Injury
A spinal cord injury (SCI) is damage to the spinal cord that causes changes in its function, either temporary or permanent.
These changes translate into loss of muscle function, sensation, or autonomic function in parts of the body served by the spinal cord below the level of the lesion.
If you have private insurance then our team of Physiotherapists can help!
They work on behalf of Insurances, please email for more information.
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