Struggling with an Injury?

Not sure, what to do or who to ask?

  • Are you in pain and not sure what to do or who to ask?
  • Is the pain disturbing your sleep and affecting your energy levels and well being during the day?
  • Are you taking painkillers and would like to stop?
  • Is the pain stopping you from getting out and about and doing the things you love?
  • Are you starting to worry your injury isn't going to get better and that it might mean you are getting arthritis? Or might need an operation?

We Provide Simple Information About Common and Injuries

By Highly Trained Professionals Providing Treatment Services In Your Area

Herniated Disc

An intervertebral disc is the spongy shock absorbing tissue between the bones in your spine. 

What is commonly known as a 'slipped disc' is more accurately described as a herniated or prolapsed disc, when the central tissue for the disc (the nucleus) breaks through the outer casing of the disc (the annulus) causing herniation. 

This can cause the following symptoms:

  • Back Pain or neck pain.
  • Sciatica or arm pain.
  • Tingling, pins and needles or numbness.
  • Difficulty walking, sitting and/or sleeping. 


Bursitis is a painful condition that affects the small, fluid-filled sacs — called bursae.

These fluid filled sacs exist to cushion the bones, tendons and muscles near your joints.

Bursitis occurs when bursae become inflamed.  The inflammation often causes pain and swelling in the area.

The most common locations for bursitis are in the:

  • shoulder- sub-acromial bursitis
  • elbow - olecranon bursitis
  • hip - trochanteric bursitis
  • knee suprapatellar bursitis 

Post Concussion Syndrome

A Concussion happens after an impact to our head.

It causes symptoms such as:

  • Headaches, nausea, vomiting
  • Poor concentration and memory
  • Issues with balance and co-ordination

And these often resolve quickly.  It can take up to:

  • 2 weeks in adults
  • 3-4 weeks to 2-3 months in young adults and children.

However, some people may continue to suffer from symptoms, these cases are described as Post Concussion Syndrome.

Frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis is a condition in which a tissue called the joint capsule within the shoulder, suddenly becomes inflamed and begins to dramatically tighten up.  This causes:

  • Pain in and around the shoulder area
  • Sudden stiffness and reduced range of movement within the shoulder joint
  • Difficulty sleeping due to the pain
  • Pain doing simple movements such as washing and dressing.

Most cases of frozen shoulder happen out of the blue with no obvious reason, however a small number of cases occur after trauma such as a fall, operation or road traffic accident.

Plantar Fasciitis

The bottom of your foot has a type of tissue called the plantar fascia.  Sometimes this tissue can become tight and irritated, causing intense pain from the heel along the sole of the foot.

This can be hard to resolve when you are not able to rest the area.

Treatment Technology

Shockwave therapy is also known as as radial pressure shockwave therapy.  It is a newly available treatment for the management of pain caused by various musculoskeletal disorders and injuries. 

A shock wave is an intense, short energy wave that moves faster than the speed of sound. This energy wave is used to target painful areas in musculo-skeletal tissues. The energy accelerates the healing process by switching on the body’s own healing mechanisms. 

These healing mechanisms have often been interrupted when the body gets into a an inflammatory cycle such as in a case of tendonitis. 

Laser Therapy

Laser therapy can:

  • Reduce therapy time by accelerating the body’s ability to heal itself.
  • Safely treat pain by influencing and increase the metabolic activity of cells and triggering positive biological cellular changes.
  • Relieve pain by reducing swelling, bruising or inflammation.
  • Increase circulation to damaged cell sites

Spinal Decompression

Spinal Decompression is a successful and trusted non surgical spinal decompression treatment for back pain, neck pain and related problems such as sciatica. 

It is particularly useful to sufferers of: 

  • Prolapsed or herniated discs
  • Spinal Stenosis
  • Sciatica or trapped nerves
  • Pain that hasn't improved with other approaches such as spinal injections
  • Cases of chronic pain ongoing for more that 6 weeks.

3D Printed Orthotics

Orthotics look very much like insoles but there are in fact medical devices, a bit like prescription glasses, that help to improve the mechanics of tissues and joints in your feet.

Custom Orthotics can help to:

  • Correct imbalance in the unique movement patterns of your feet
  • Reduce pain in the feet and other areas of stress and strain in the body.

3D Printed Orthotics are highly accurate, long wearing and very comfortable.


50% Complete

Two Step

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua.