PhysioFixx Services & Treatments


The range of services on offer to you are:


During your time being treated by one of our physiotherapists they are likely to use a range of different treatment techniques to get the best response for you.

The treatments may include any of the following:

  • Joint mobilisations – where the joints are specifically moved for you
  • Specific soft tissue massage – where the muscles are helped to relax and loosen via pressure, manual or active stretches
  • Combined joint and soft tissue therapy – using movements and pressure applied to joints and or muscles to help relax muscles and increase range of movement at specific joints
  • Manipulations – the use of small movements in a specific direction to the body to treat restrictions in joints – only used with specific patient consent
  • Taping – using traditional zinc oxide tape or the newer Kinesiotaping/Kinesiology taping, to help restrict joint movement in a new injury, or to facilitate movement and control of movement as you start to recover
  • Acupuncture – the use of very fine needles in specific points of the body to aid with pain relief or to encourage better healing. Only used with specific patient consent
  • Fascia releases, nervous system mobilisation – the use of pressure in a specific way applied to the body to encourage the soft tissue which holds and supports our tissues and to help increase the glide and sliding motion of our nervous system
  • Radial pressure wave (RPW) therapy – non-invasive treatment for chronic tendinopathies and soft tissue injuries
  • Electrostimulation technology – used for physical preparation, muscular recovery, injury prevention and pain treatment. May be used in conjunction with your physiotherapy appointment or can be hired for use at home.

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