What we treat
Here at Hybrid Health with over 17 years of experience, we specialise in all musculoskeletal acute or chronic injuries such as; back and neck pain, all sports injuries , inflammatory & joint problems (including Rheumatology & Fibromyalgia) , muscle and ligament strains, post operative rehabilitation, repetitive strain injuries, migraines & headaches to name a few!
See how we can help you below, alternatively please get in contact if you would like to find out more.
Back & Neck
Back pain is one of the most common injuries and causes of discomfort. Often caused by a mixture of lifestyle, poor habits, weakness or arthritis. It is important to look after our backs by keep it strong, supple and relaxed.
The Hybrid approach will help you achieve a healthy and strong back again! Book online now!
Post Operative Rehabilitation
We have years of experience in treating patients following Orthopaedic surgery. We regularly help in the post-operative recovery of patients who have undergone Shoulder, back, Spinal, Hip, Knee and Ankle surgery.
We will work closely with your Orthopaedic consultant from any of the local NHS or private hospitals to coordinate your recovery after the operation, book a Physiotherapy session to speed your recovery.
Knee pain can be caused by a sudden injury, over use, or by an underlying chronic condition, such as arthritis. It can present in different ways and can be localised to a specific area of the knee or be spread out to other surrounding parts of the body such as the hip.
Here at Hybrid Health there are many ways of how we can help, the most important is finding its cause. Book in for a Physiotherapy session to help resolve your pain.
Shoulder pain is very common and is likely to affect most people in some point in their life. It can also refer into the neck or down the arm. Causes of shoulder pain differ in age groups, in younger ages it is likely to be caused by an instability of the joint or due to a traumatic injury in sport, in older age groups it is more likely to be due to either muscle or bone degeneration/arthritis, most commonly affected is the rotator cuff muscle group.
Another common cause of pain is a Frozen Shoulder - this presents with significant pain at night and restricts movement.
Hybrid Health can help diagnosis which pathology that is causing your pain and how to best manage it with a range of hybrid bespoke treatments. Book a Physiotherapy Session to get you back on track.
Elbow, wrist & hands
Elbow and wrist pain is increasingly getting more common, specially working at a computer or laptop for prolonged periods of time and in a poor set up.
The most common causes of elbow pain are tennis elbow and golfers elbow. Tennis elbow causes pain from the tendons on the outside of the elbow, and golfers is pain on the inside. It can result from a sporting injury or a repetitive work or overuse injury.
A very common wrist pain is called Carpal tunnel syndrome, its presentation is tingling, numbness and pain mainly in the hand and fingers. Often the symptoms are worse at night. This happens when there is too much pressure on the median nerve as it passes through the carpal tunnel.
To help find out what your pain is, book in a Physiotherapy session now!
Hip pain is the largest and strongest joint area in the human body. The source of people’s hip pain may arise from many different areas including: lower back, the hip socket, soft tissue including muscles/tendons most commonly from the legs.
For example the Iliotibial band is a thick band of fascia formed proximally at the hip by the fascia of the gluteus maximus, gluteus medius and tensor fasciae muscles. Its main functions are pelvic stabilisation and posture control. It can often get wound up from overuse or weak lateral thigh muscles when running or cycling.
Another common hip pain is from wear and tear of the hip joint causing osteoarthritis.
To find out what is causing your hip or pelvis pain, book in for a physiotherapy session.
Ankle & Foot
Ankle and foot pain is very common, we rely on our feet and ankles so much so it is important to look after them!
Ankle sprains we see regularly in the clinic, they occur when you roll, twist or turn your ankle in a forceful way. This can result in injury to the ligaments that support your ankle joint. Most sprains happen when you twist your foot inwards, resulting in pain to the outside (lateral) ligaments. Lateral ligament injuries represent approximately 85% of all ankle sprains. The incidence of ankle sprain is highest in sports populations. Poor rehabilitation after an initial sprain increases the chances of this injury recurrence, therefore the importance of Physiotherapy is key to the sucess of your recovery.
Book now to get back on your feet again!