Physiotherapy in Sketty
Key Therapies
Cheryl is a Chartered & Registered Physiotherapist. She  trained at the Oswestry & North Staffs school of Physiotherapy and has  20 years experience in the NHS and 10 years as a private practitioner.
Her special interest is in Musculo skeletal problems.
 
Tel: 01792 449822  /  07854 732 716
Tel: 07854 732 716
What is Physiotherapy
Chartered Physiotherapists with a special interest in musculo-skeletal are highly trained to assess and diagnose muscular, fascial, nervous, ligamentous and skeletal systems. Soft tissues in the body are vunerable to injury including trauma from accidents, postural problems and repetitive activities. Injured tissues will result in muscle spasm and/or inflammation which ultimately causes aches and pain. 
 
Physiotherapists use thorough assessment of the musculo-skeletal system to locate the source of the injury which may not always be at the site of the pain but referred from elsewhere i.e. sciatica which is referred pain from the back.
 
Physiotherapists have many skills to treat dysfunction in the body including specific mobilising and manipulative techniques. They also look at the muscle balance of the body, stability and areas of movement dysfunction.  In this way they address problems of impairment and help manage recovering, stable and deteriorating conditions. 
  
The main emphasis is on early intervention to maximise recovery and minimise dysfunction ensuring a prompt return to fitness.
 
Treatment may also include a specific programme of exercises designed to correct postural alignment to help prevent further injuries and recurrent pains and aches. Strengthening core stability muscles helps maintain good posture and relieve spinal related problems.   
 
 Chartered physiotherapists are governed by a professional body; this ensures that high standards of practice are maintained.
 
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