Physiotherapy Clinic in High Wycombe
At Physio 4 Wycombe the clinic aims to provide the highest quality clinical care, focusing on treating the cause & not just the symptoms. We take time to get to know you & your condition before treating & then teaching you how to help reduce the possibility of a recurrence.
Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5.30 pm Tel: 01494 438554
Physiotherapy is a therapy directed at treating physical conditions causing pain & discomfort or restrictions of movement and well being. The goal at Physio 4 Wycombe is to relieve pain and help the patient return to their normal activities.
Dry needling uses acupuncture needles and is one of the many skills used by physiotherapists as an integrated approach to the management of pain & inflammation to aid recovery & enhance rehabilitation.
Physio 4 Wycombe aims to treat & completely rehabilitate the “weekend warrior” or athlete after injury aiming to prevent further injury by restoring or improving strength, flexibility or conditioning with the aim of returning them to their sport safely in the shortest possible time.
Massage Therapy is commonly used to relax & rejuvenate tired and sore muscles. Treatments include Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Massage & Indian Head Massage
Physiotherapy is the treatment of injury or disease through physical means. Physiotherapy at Physio4Wycombe is a therapy directed at treating physical conditions causing pain and discomfort or limitations to mobility and lifestyle.
Dry needling is a treatment modality where an acupuncture needle is inserted into a myofascial trigger point, in trained hands it is an effective and safe technique for the treatment of myofascial pain and dysfunction.
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