Exercise Therapy


Exercise therapy helps restores functional independence. Treatment is provided to ensure that people with physical impairments or disabilities can improve their balance, strength, gait and increase their confidence and well being. This treatment may be beneficial in the patients own home environment.

Duration: 30 Minutes
Price: £40.00
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Muscle Repair

Muscle repair restores the strength within the muscles that may have been weakened through injury or surgery. It also focuses on the rebuilding of movement in the affected joints.

Movement Repair

Movement repair restores the range of movement through a joint or muscle that may have been restricted through injury or surgery. It also focuses on the rebuilding of strength in the affected muscles.

Joint Replacement Rehab

The process and treatment used to ensure the joint, muscles, ligaments and tendons are restored sufficiently enough to support the new joint through the maximum range of motion possible.

Body Balance & Realignment

This primarily focuses on the rebalance of symmetry in the muscles. Through the use of unilateral strengthening it is possible to realign the two sides to work in sync.

Amputation Rebalance

Treatment that focuses on adapting your way of life and movement after an amputaiton. It lends attention to engaging muscles that can act as support towards the affected symmetry of your body.

Injury Recovery

Our approach towards recover after an injury focuses on the healing process, applying techiniques to help restore full a full range of motion and function, regaining normal gait, regaining muscle strength and finally regaining endurance through the use of the previously affected area.

Muscular Atrophy

Muscle atrophy is defined as a decrease in the mass of the muscle; it can be a partial or complete wasting away of muscle, and is most commonly experienced when persons suffer temporary disabling circumstances such as being restricted in movement.


Flexibility or limberness refers to the absolute range of movement in a joint or series of joints, and length in muscles that cross the joints to induce a bending movement or motion.

Surgical Recovery

It's important to move around as soon as possible after surgery and follow your doctor's advice on getting active again. This will encourage your blood to flow and your wounds to heal, and will build up strength in your muscles.

Increase Functionality

This allows you to use your muscles in more ways and help develop a better range and a more fluid motion that in-turn can help primary and secondary muscles cope with the job at hand.

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