Our Occupational Health physiotherapists are experts in work-related musculoskeletal (MSK) disorders. We provide expert assessment and treatment of a number of conditions including repetitive strain injuries (RSIs), back and neck pain, work-relevant MSK disorders such as sports injuries or complex pain conditions, as well as age-related MSK disorders often associated with an aging workforce such as arthritis and joint pain. Furthermore, we can provide post-operative rehabilitation following surgical procedures such as joint replacement and carpal tunnel decompression.
Through health promotion activities, symptom management, appropriate return to work planning and working closely with employer representatives and other available teams (such as mental health and foot care clinics), our Occupational Health physiotherapy services are able to improve employee wellbeing, ensure legal compliance, reduce sickness absence and presenteeism, and help employers plan for the future.
In order to provide an effective and efficient service, we offer a wide range of services to support your business and employees. These might include:
- Health and wellbeing resources
- Health promotion activities
- Wellbeing initiatives such as group exercise classes or massage*
- Risk assessments
- Ergonomic workplace assessments (including DSE assessments)
- Manual handling/DSE user/DSE assessor training
- Telephone based, or face-to-face triage and advice services
- Individual assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders including return to work planning*
- Work hardening programmes*
- Functional capacity or fitness for work assessments*
*these can be on-site or within our private clinic
It is important as job demands increase and we are faced with an ageing workforce that we prioritise employee health and wellbeing in the workplace. Our Occupational Health Team are passionate about supporting companies to achieve a happy, healthy workforce by tailoring our physiotherapy service to the specific needs of your company.
For further information about the specific conditions we treat please see the individual conditions pages.
At Physiotherapy Matters, we offer a wide range of treatments to common ailments.
What is Neck Pain? Neck pain is a very common work-relevant condition and in most cases are due to simple […]
Work Related Back Pain Work related back pain is a very common condition seen in occupational health physiotherapy clinics with […]
Subacromial pain at work? Subacromial pain, also known as rotator cuff related shoulder pain, is a common occupational health condition […]
What is frozen shoulder? Frozen shoulder, also known as ‘adhesive capsulitis’, is a condition in which the shoulder joint becomes […]
Tennis Elbow at Work? Tennis elbow is a common work-relevant condition often seen in occupational health clinics and is due […]
Work Related Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is a very common work-relevant condition, often seen within occupational health […]
What is De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis? De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis (DQT) is a common work-relevant condition, often seen within occupational health physiotherapy […]
What is Fibromyalgia? Fibromyalgia primarily (but not exclusively) affects women between the ages of 30 and 50 years old and […]
What is Osteoarthritis? Osteoarthritis is the word used to describe ‘wear and tear’ of joint surfaces. These changes are actually […]
Plantar fasciopathy is a common work-relevant condition affecting the plantar fascia of the foot which is often seen within occupational […]
What is a Temporomandibular Disorder? Temporomandibular Disorder’ (TMD) is the term used to describe bothersome symptoms related to the temporomandibular […]
What is Joint Pain Many people experience joint pain that can be caused by work (work-related) or exacerbated by work […]
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