Tagged as physiotherapy in biggleswade

Dan Simm Physiotherapist joins the Rehab Hub

The whole team at the Hub are very happy to welcome Dan Simm, Senior Physiotherapist, who will be helping patients and athletes from 25th April 2022.  He is an experienced physiotherapist, accustomed to delivering evidence-based injury assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation to elite footballers within his role at Watford football club.  He is also well used […]

Alter-G Treadmill, coming soon!

Alter gravity with the Alter-G, coming soon to the Rehab Hub! We are beyond excited to shortly be adding the Alter-G treadmill (commonly known as ‘anti-gravity treadmill’) to our new rehabilitation suite in Autumn 2020. Alter-G for Sports Injury & Training Alter-G for Seniors Alter-G for Ortho Rehab & Neuro Patients Alter-G for Ortho & […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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