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Physiotherapy treatments in Kenilworth, Leamington Spa, Warwick, Solihull

Physiotherapy treatments are aimed at anyone suffering pain and injury, specifically those with complex medical or health problems.  Post operative rehabilitation, the older person, and those with chronic health problems such as arthritis would benefit from physiotherapy treatment.

What makes us different?

Physiotherapy treatments in Kenilworth, Leamington Spa, Warwick, Solihull

Ian is our Chartered Physiotherapist and has a wealth of knowledge and experience in this area and is registered with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists.

In addition to his Physiotherapy degree, he also has a Sports Science degree, and diplomas in Sports Therapy, Sports Massage and Personal Training. Meaning he looks at your issue in a very different way.

When Ian assesses you, he is looking at your whole body, not just your injury or pain area. Specifically he is looking for the cause of that injury, whether it is local to the injury or elsewhere within the body. It is not unusual for him to treat your shoulder to solve hip pain, or to look at your foot for a knee issue.

He will then use all his knowledge, to not only deal with the local pain or injury, but ensure it doesn’t return. He does this by retraining your biomechanics elsewhere in your body that led to the problem in the first place.

Learn more about Ian by clicking here.

Do we offer hands on Physiotherapy?

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Absolutely! Massage techniques were always historically a part of Physiotherapy treatments, but has become less so in the last few years.

Here at the Reinge Clinic we use hands on techniques in every Physiotherapy treatment. Whether we are  muscle testing to check for weakness, or using massage techniques to loosen overly tight muscles. Hands on work allows us to get a faster response to treatments.

When we use our hands to loosen a muscle, we get a much faster response than if we rely solely on stretches to do that for us. We can loosen a muscle very quickly and then see how that effects your pain immediately.

This not only allows you to leave the session with less pain than you came in with, but it also allows us to understand better what is causing your pain in the first place.

This is why every appointment we do lasts the best part of an hour, even our follow up appointments. This allows us the time to reassess you, loosen you and change your exercises at every follow up.

As an example, let’s say you are suffering with back pain. We would start by looking at your pelvis. Pelvis position is very important in spinal pain. The position of your pelvis affects the muscles of the spine, but also the muscles of the legs and shoulders! So this is an important place to start when assessing spinal pain.

During our treatment session, we will use soft tissue techniques to release your tight muscles, allowing your pelvis to return to a neutral position. We will then strengthen those muscles, often known as “core” muscles, to ensure the spine stays in the correct position. This will ensure your back pain is removed and is very unlikely to return.

Without using hands on massage techniques, this process would take a long time as we would be reliant on stretches to lengthen the muscles. Instead we can get an instant response and faster response in those muscles.

Why do I need to do strength work?

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Strength work is integral to Physiotherapy treatments. We can use hands on techniques to help reposition your body, assessments to check where pain is and even mobilise joints and nerves. But sadly we can’t strengthen your body for you.

Due to Ian’s in depth knowledge of strength training, he is able to target your strength work to ensure you get the result needed without pages of exercises to complete.

Sometimes one really well targeted exercise can create superior results to a whole page of strength work. We will target our exercises to get the results you need and tailor them to your circumstances and lifestyle. So if you travel for work, or hate the gym, this isn’t a problem. Almost every exercise is modifiable.

For a long term solution to pain and injury, strength work is always needed. Without strength, the body simply cannot function properly and over time will cause pain and injury.

Frequently Asked Questions about Physiotherapy

Absolutely not, all our appointments can be booked directly with us by calling or emailing us. There is no need to contact your GP.

All our Physiotherapy sessions are 50 minutes long.

Unlike many of our competitors all of our follow up appointments are also 50 minutes long.

Having 50 minutes means that we can reassess your condition at every appointment.

This allows us to check that the exercises are doing what we need and you are progressing.

Each follow up will also involve hands on work in the form of massage or soft tissue techniques and we will also check and change exercises at every appointment session.

We don’t feel we can do that effectively in less that 50minutes, so all our appointments last 50 minutes.

Depending on the area that needs to be assessed, we would ask you to bring a pair of shortish shorts or a strappy top.

This allows us to see as much as possible, so we can effectively assess you.

Our assessments often involve taking measurements and watching how muscles interact, so the ability to see muscles is very useful.

Physiotherapy is rarely a painful treatment.

Assessing an injury or a sore joint can be painful, but allows us to understand where the pain is.

We use hands on techniques within our treatments and these can sometimes be uncomfortable but rarely painful.

If things are painful, please let us know so we can modify our assessments or treatments.

Ian is our only Chartered Physiotherapist so the only one able to give Physiotherapy Treatments.

However, if you would prefer to see a woman, Gina is an advanced level Sports Therapist as well as having an Exercise and Health Sciences MSc and can therefore treat most conditions whether acute or chronic.

Give us a call to talk over your situation and we can ensure you see the right therapist for you.

If you wish to claim on your private insurance, in most instances, you will need to book in with Ian rather than Gina, as many Insurance companies don’t cover Sports Therapy Treatments.

You can book using our online booking system. Or you can email us or call us directly.

We don’t use receptionists, so when you call or email you get directly either Ian or Gina, who can answer any questions you may have about your condition, prior to making a booking. 

Please contact us before you book in and let us know that you would like to use your Private Insurance.

We can then check you are booked with the right therapist and that the insurance company will cover your treatment session.

Most insurance policies can be used for Physiotherapy treatments with Ian although we are not registered with Bupa.

Please be aware that Gina is a Sports Therapist and not a Physiotherapist, so if you want to use your health insurance you will need to book in with Ian.

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