Here at Physiotherapy Matters, we provide a large selection of services

Listed below are some of the many that we provide.

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We believe that the combination of “hands on” treatment and a strong commitment to specific rehabilitation regimes can often provide the best results.

Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT) is a non-invasive treatment that assists with the body’s natural healing process.

Ostenil® is a treatment for the symptoms of osteoarthritis. It can be used in the knee, or in any of the other joints in the body that are classified as ‘synovial’.

Pilates is a strengthening and conditioning exercise programme designed to focus on core strength and improve your flexibility, posture and balance.

It’s not just for athletes! Whether you’re an elite athlete training to high volumes, or someone aware of muscle and joint tightness, a Massage could be the answer.

If you have been struggling with a long term musculoskeletal condition or have previously tried physiotherapy elsewhere without success, a Clinical Specialist appointment may just be what you need.

Sports massage, also known as deep tissue massage or soft tissue manipulation, is a form of physiotherapy treatment that you certainly don’t have to be an athlete to benefit from.

For anyone planning Orthopaedic surgery, a few sessions of Physiotherapy will ensure you’re on the right track even before you have the procedure.

Whether your suffering from pain or wish to explore the wider benefits of acupuncture treatment, we can provide treatment across all our clinics.

Steroid injections have been used for many years as a quick and effective treatment for soft tissue conditions, joint pain and inflammation throughout the body. They are introduced to the dysfunctional or painful area/joint via an injection and work by reducing inflammation

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Our service ensures that your employees can be referred to one of our private clinics for expert assessment and treatment.

Suited to larger organisations, onsite physiotherapy provides the convenience and rapid access to experienced Occupational Health Physiotherapists.

Physiotherapy Matters have extensive experience in offering telephone assessment and advice services to corporate occupational health clients.

One of the key aims of occupation health provision is reducing sickness absence. This has a direct link to productivity and performance.

We provide experienced Occupational Health Physiotherapists who have experience in a broad range of sectors.

We provide bespoke training packages to suit your needs. Standard packages include manual handling training, workstation assessment and DSE assessor training.

Workplace ergonomics is the science that addresses the relationship between the employee and the working environment.

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Most people are familiar with attending a physiotherapy clinic to improve their aches and pains. But what about those people that find it difficult attending due to numerous different reasons?

Falls are the number one reason older people are taken to the accident and emergency department at hospitals. Most falls don’t cause serious injury but they can leave you feeling anxious and distressed.

Physiotherapy Matters offer a wide range of care home services. For residents who are unable to visit our clinic, we can come in and offer them private treatment.

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We are able to deliver a range of NHS MSK services for GPs and CCGs. These include telephone triage, face to face, community and group based services to provide quality cost effective service.

We are able to offer First Contact Physiotherapists services to GPs, who are able to effectively deal with most MSK health issues without the need to see the GP.

Physiotherapy Matters have a long history of providing Musculoskeletal NHS Community Services within the North East. Our face to face services include evidence based treatments and our practice is audited against current guidelines relating to musculoskeletal disorders.

Physiotherapy Matters can offer you bespoke training to meet the demands of patients presenting Musculoskeletal disorders in Primary Care. These sessions will be pitched at a level to enable first contact clinicians to assess and manage patients in short appointment times.