We are a team of fully qualified experienced Physiotherapists who have been providing specialist physiotherapy for back pain, neck pain, joint problems and sports injuries since 1991. We use a wide range of treatment modalities including manual techniques, specialist exercises, electrotherapy and acupuncture. Treatment is tailored to your specific needs and problems. Our physiotherapy rooms are ground floor and we also offer a home visiting service.
All our Physiotherapists are Chartered and registered with the Health and Care Professions Council. We are recognised by all the main private medical insurance companies including BUPA and AxaPPP.
We work alongside our friendly and professional clinic staff to offer a range of other services that help you to maintain your own health, such as Sports Massage, Swedish Massage and small Pilates Classes. We can also offer the skills of Lindsay Denton, an experienced Counsellor and Psychotherapist.
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This months offer is for anyone with a problem with an ankle or a foot. From 5 December until the end of the month, we are offering a half-price first physiotherapy appointments for patients with a problem with an ankle or a foot booked on a Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday or Saturday, daytime or evening. The cost of the session is £20.00, which is 50% off the price of a first appointment. Sign up below now to receive the offer code which is valid from the 5 December to the end of the month. Quote the code when you book the appointment. Payment must be made by card or cash at the time of the appointment.
If follow up sessions are needed, they are charged at normal price of £38.00.
So if you are wondering if anything can help that achilles tendon pain, or chronic ankle sprain, now is your opportunity to get some help. Keep an eye on our website for more monthly offers.
A physiotherapist's expert musculoskeletal examination looks at more than just joints and bones. Muscles, nerves, posture and lifestyle are all evaluated to enable the physiotherapist to explain to you, your individual problem and plan the right course of action to get you improving fast. Thankfully many new episodes of back pain get better in a few days. Often by just keeping moving and taking some over-the-counter anti-inflammatories the problem settles. If the problem does not resolve rapidly with these measures, a physiotherapist can help get you on the road to recovery. We use hands on manual therapy, specific exercises, electrotherapy and lots of practical advice. Not only can physiotherapy help with acute back pain relief, a physiotherapist can help you to get moving again and set you on your way to successful long term management and prevention.
Pilates is a method of exercise that helps you to improve your posture, increase your body awareness and rebalance your body to its natural alignment. It is great way to start to exercise again when you have recovered from from a painful condition or you feel that your body is not moving as well as it once did.
At Grantham Physiotherapy Practice we run small classes (with a maximum of five people in each class) three days each week. See the Pilates section above for more information.