Physiotherapy

Harpenden Physiotherapy is proud to offer a range of personalised and caring physiotherapy in Hertfordshire.

We believe that two things that set us apart from other practices are:

  • The depth of experience of our physiotherapy team can offer.
  • The range of treatments, therapies and services that we provide.

Physiotherapy is applicable to many different injuries, pathology and conditions within the different systems of human body. Our team here at Harpenden physiotherapy have significant experience and education within their areas of expertise. We are proud to specialise in these different forms of physiotherapy, including:

What is Physiotherapy and what does it involve?

Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) defines physiotherapy as a science-based profession that considers a ‘holistic’ approach to health and wellbeing. We at Harpenden physiotherapy embrace this definition and use a variety of different treatment and rehabilitative methods that work around you as an individual. Our aim is to help enhance your recovery and promote a healthy, proactive lifestyle.

Examples may include rehabilitative exercise prescription, manual therapy, soft tissue techniques, acupuncture and simple education.

How is Harpenden Physiotherapy different?

We are firm believers that everyone should have the right advice and education regarding whatever the issue or condition you may be suffering from. This often leads to greater empowerment and participation in our treatment plans, which in turn provides greater results.

Our fully qualified and highly experienced team tailor all treatments to each individual patient to ensure that we find the most suitable course of treatment to achieve the best results.

 

 

Treating ankle sprains

Physiotherapy

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