Boston Physiotherapy Ltd

By: Boston Physiotherapy Ltd  03/10/2014
Keywords: physiotherapy, sports physiotherapy

You will need somebody with excellent clinical knowledge and hands-on experience which is backed up by up-to-date clinical evidence and training. We have many years of experience at Boston Physiotherapy Ltd. Furthermore, we have moved away from old school physiotherapy practice and have raised physiotherapy standards by using the latest evidence based assessments tools and treatments to enhance your return to fitness. Clinical Pilates can help to increase the efficiency of your movement. The important concept to understand with clinical Pilates is that it is the method of acquiring efficient rather than strong movement. This key concept of efficiency is very different to prescribing strengthening exercises. Our therapists will demonstrate how pain and movement can be improved when you perform a specific yet effortless exercise, as well as highlighting the benefit of home exercise. Acupuncture has become more and more popular within the western world. Acupuncture has now become a recognised modality within the NHS. Scientific studies have shown acupuncture to help with chronic pain, particularly for painful osteoarthritic knees and low back pain. Acupuncture has been developed over thousands of years. By developing traditional and modern techniques, the therapists at Boston Physiotherapy Ltd are able to offer effective results. Have you found that your joints have become stiff or sore? PIM (Physiotherapy Instrument Mobilisation) is a unique mechanical spring loaded instrument, designed for safe spinal and peripheral joint mobilisation/manipulation to help with pain and stiffness. Some manual treatments are not suitable for older people, due to the effects that age has on our bodies. Thankfully, using the PIM allows a trained therapist to treat almost anyone, irrespective of age, with great success. Contact Boston Physiotherapy Ltd in Lincolnshire for more details.

Keywords: physiotherapy, sports physiotherapy

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