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Welcome to Rory Holliday Physiotherapy
At Rory Holliday Physiotherapy we strive for client satisfaction. Whether it is injury prevention, advice or resolution of a complex injury, a programme of care specifically suited to your needs will be developed.
Using such a large range of manual and exercise therapy approaches we can modify and adjust the treatment to meet the natural fluctuations that occur throughout the progression from injury and disorder, to health and vitality.
For those in the throes of marathon training, pre or post sporting event or general work-related muscular pain, I’m offering 3 sports massages for £90. They last 45 minutes and can help performance and recovery. You don’t have to be a marathon runner to take up the offer by the way, although it’s usually those silly enough to put in the big miles that suffer the most!
Can’t get to the bottom of those tiresome niggles? Why not book in for a full Physiotherapy consultation?
What to expect on your first session
Our philosophy is that the initial consultation contains 4 key elements.
- We must learn fully the nature of the problem you present with.
- You are educated to fully understand this also.
- Appropriate treatment is commenced to make a meaningful change within that session.
- You are taught how you can manage and improve upon your problem along independently.
This means that a thorough, but to the point, conversation is had to establish not only what
structures are presenting as a problem; muscle, tendon, nerve, joint etc., but also what the
underlying biomechanical dysfunction is that often underlays the presenting complaint.
A physical assessment of the dysfunctional movements and injured anatomical structures
then progresses into the appropriate manual and exercise therapies to begin solving the
problem you have.
Education is so important. If you don’t understand your problem and the reasons why
you are suffering you’ll struggle to get over it! At Rory Holliday Physiotherapy we believe
that this element is as important if not more so than the manual therapy delivered and
rehabilitation exercises prescribed. To this end, a constant dialogue is had with you,
so that you know what we’re thinking.
At the end of the initial consultation this is summarised and an expectation of what
further treatment is required and education of appropriate rehab exercises is discussed.