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.

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Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 5.30 pm

Tel: 01494 438554

fraserjackson@physio4wycombe.co.uk

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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.

The goal at Physio4Wycombe is to relieve pain and help individuals resume their normal daily activities.

Physiotherapy treatment is a recognised and effective solution for musculoskeletal problems. At your first appointment you will receive a thorough consultation
including the history of your problem, and a detailed examination.

The assessment may include tests of muscle flexibility, strength, joint movement and other special tests aiming to ascertain why the body has failed and evaluate how to prevent problems into the future.

Physiotherapy High Wycombe
Physiotherapy High Wycombe

Physiotherapy has a Strong Research Base

Physiotherapy is a well-established and respected allied health profession based on a strong research base of proven assessment and evidence based treatment techniques. Physiotherapists use many tools in treatment to provide integrated and effective treatment. You may require manual therapy, including joint mobilisation or manipulation, corrective exercise, postural retraining or other physical treatments.

Physiotherapists also use electrotherapy treatments including ultrasound, and other treatments such as acupuncture if useful for your condition. Treatment will be guided by best practice and current evidence based research.

Manual Therapy

The Clinic is a recognised centre for manual and manipulative therapy, with the use of trained hands to move the tissues and joints of the body. Manual therapy and rehabilitation exercise are universally recognised as very effective treatment for musculoskeletal problems.

Our approach emphasises treatments which are shown to be safe and effective through evidence based research.

We are focused on treating the cause, not just the symptoms of your discomfort.

For Physiotherapy High Wycombe, take your first steps towards your recovery

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Tel: 01494 438554
fraserjackson@physio4wycombe.co.uk
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ABOUT FRASER JACKSON

Fraser graduated in 1986 from Queen’s College, Glasgow with a BSc in Physiotherapy & continued his post graduate studies gaining a MSc in 1994 in Manipulative Therapy at Coventry University.

Fraser is an orthopaedic & manipulative physiotherapist with over 2 decades of postgraduate experience in orthopaedics, sports medicine & manipulative therapy.

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ABOUT FRASER JACKSON

Fraser graduated in 1986 from Queen’s College, Glasgow with a BSc in Physiotherapy & continued his post graduate studies gaining a MSc in 1994 in Manipulative Therapy at Coventry University.

Fraser is an orthopaedic & manipulative physiotherapist with over 2 decades of postgraduate experience in orthopaedics, sports medicine & manipulative therapy.

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A FEW WORDS FROM OUR CLIENTS

“Great service, fantastic knowledge and for me I loved that it was specific to trying to get me back playing football after several knee opps. Highly recommend!”

Adam, High Wycombe

“Fraser Jackson is an excellent physiotherapist. Whenever I have need to see him, I leave the clinic in a lot less pain, this continues at each session. Not only is my pain greatly relieved, but my mental health improves as well.”

Carolyn, High Wycombe

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