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Back and Neck Pain

Whiplash injuries, sciatica, disc problems, postural low back pain, sprains from lifting, twisting or bending, stress and tension, sacroiliac joint.

A large percentage of people suffer from back or neck pain at some point in their life. Pain from poor postures can be the start of more significant long standing symptoms. Physiotherapy uses a wide range of techniques and specific exercise to treat your symptoms and teach you how to help prevent them returning in the future. Pilates and core stability exercises can help improve posture and muscle control as long as taught at a basic level initially. 

Muscle and Joint Pain

Sprained ankle, knee pain, frozen shoulder, ligament, muscle or tendon strains, plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendon pain, All parts of the body are at risk of problems if injured, overused or de-conditioned. Physiotherapy can help diagnose the cause of your pain and using manual techniques and specific exercise help reduce your symptoms.

Sports Injuries

Sprains and strains, muscles or joints, Achilles tendon or foot pain, anterior knee pain, hip or groin strains, tennis or golfers elbow, rotator cuff tendonitis, shin splints .

Whether your sport is recreational or competitive, your injury recent or longstanding, physiotherapy can help you return to full activity. We ensure we rehabilitate you to a high level suitable for your sporting requirements with the benefit of having full gymnasium equipment available. 

Following Surgery, Trauma or Fracture 

Ligament reconstructions, joint replacements of the hip, knee, shoulder or ankle, arthroscopy (keyhole) surgery, soft tissue repairs, fractures, road traffic accidents, spinal surgery Physiotherapists at Phasic have a wide range of experience treating patients following routine and complex surgery or injury. We use techniques to improve movement, strength and re-educate walking patterns. Phasic aims to return you to your previous work, hobbies or sports where able.


Wear and tear, spine, knee, hip, shoulder, hands, feet Self management is an important factor for clients with arthritis. Once we have helped to improve your symptoms where able and provided you with knowledge about your condition we aim to show you exercises or self treatment techniques to help you live with your symptoms on a daily basis.

Treatments used

Depending on your diagnosis, treatments that may be used include:

Mobilisation Manipulation


Soft tissue techniques


Muscle imbalance correction

Walking re-education

Balance re-education

Specific Exercise

Strength retraining


Core stability retraining


Postural advice and training

Lifestyle advice

Work or Sport advice