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The Hubdate – Sept 20

Rehab Hub News September 2020 “So here we are, rocketing towards Autumn! We’ve had a phenomenal return to work post-Lockdown, and because of that we have some very exciting news to share.” Clinic Director, Georgie Mai. In this edition: We’re Moving in October! Welcome to Katie Bagnall, Clinical Solution Focused Hypnotherapist Associate Opportunities, we’ve seats […]

Planned Clinic Re-opening Monday 6th July 2020 – Waiting List Now Available

Clinic Director, Georgie Mai. We’ve some great news, I hope you will agree…  We are planning to reopen our doors for physical appointments on Monday 6th July.  We cannot tell you how excited we are to be able to return and see all of our friends and patients again!  Rest assured, we are doing this […]

Open Day Success

Day of Knowledge and Taster Sessions a superb success raising £328 for Brain & Spine Foundation Yesterday, Sunday 26th January we opened our doors to patients new and old to pop in and try ‘taster’ sports massage sessions, injury checks, and one-to-ones with our Physio, Osteo and Sports Nutrition colleagues. It was a BUSY day! […]

Sports Therapy or Physiotherapy?

  Sports Therapy or Physiotherapy? It can be difficult to choose the correct treatment approach for your need.  If you need any assistance you just need to Contact Us. Physiotherapists aim to increase function and independence in daily living, whereas Sports Therapy focuses more on whether the patient has returned to or can maintain the […]

What is Dry Needling?

  What is Dry Needling? Dry Needling is beneficial for the treatment of many myofascial complaints.  It can be used to help and relieve trigger points, increase range of motion, decrease muscle ‘tone’ and relieve pain. At the Rehab Hub it is considered for use (with your informed consent) as a treatment modality within a […]

Sports Massage Explained

  What is Sports Massage? Sports Massage is very hands-on and incorporates a variety of techniques to help positively influence the body’s soft tissues such as muscle, tendon and fascia.  It relieves problematic muscle tension, scar tissue and adhesions by breaking them down.  This can improve function, mobility and provide pain relief. Due to the increased […]

Vestibular Rehabilitation Explained

What is Vestibular Rehabilitation? Vestibular Rehabilitation is the diagnosis and treatment of dizziness and imbalance often as a result of problems of the inner ear.  At the Rehab Hub it is provided by Annie Head, who has over ten years experience in this field. You may or may not already have a diagnosis of a […]

Physiotherapy Explained

What is Physiotherapy? Physiotherapy was established many years ago to support the National Health Service, with Physiotherapists training in the many necessary ‘rotations’ for both inpatient and outpatient care.  All Physiotherapists are degree qualified and are HCPC registered health care professionals.  Across the profession, Physios treat people of all ages from newborns to the very […]

Sports Therapy Explained

What is Sports Therapy? Sports Therapy differs from other manual therapies; it was developed to meet the need for specialists to support and rehabilitate professional athletes, but more recently the ‘active population’.  Sports Therapists have a sound understanding of ‘soft tissue’ and joint function, training/competitive demands, knowledge of strength and conditioning, training plans and individual […]

Osteopathy Explained

  What is Osteopathy? Osteopathy is based on the principle that the wellbeing of an individual depends on the skeleton, muscles, ligaments and connective tissues functioning smoothly together.  The techniques are based on an ideology created by Andrew Taylor Still, which posits the existence of a myofascial continuity – a tissue layer that “links every […]

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