Are you based in Essex and looking for a reliable physiotherapist who offers physiotherapy for spondylosis? Then Farrell Physiotherapy could just be the perfect place for you. Located in Chelmsford, Witham and South Woodham Ferrers Essex, we have quickly gained an outstanding reputation from all of our past and present clients. We are completely dedicated to ensuring that our clients get the first-class service and benefits that you would expect from a highly qualified physiotherapist. If you would like to enquire with us about any aches or pains you might have, please don’t hesitate to give us a call today.
Before we get started with our physiotherapy for spondylosis, we like to invite our clients to our practice for an initial consultation. During this time we can sit down and talk about any previous injuries or accidents that could have contributed to your current situation. Once we have established your injury, we will then have a fully trained physiotherapist examine you and discuss the possible treatments and explain your diagnosis. Once we have finished, we can get started on arranging your first session with us.
There are a number of ways the physiotherapy for spondylosis can help some include electrotherapy, soft tissue massage, bracing, biomechanical correction and joint mobilisation. Spondylosis is what happens when a vertebra (a bone that makes up the spine) slips out of place; this is different to a slipped disc where one of the discs that sit between each vertebra tears. Spondylosis is usually caused by wear and tear of the spine in adults, but it can occur due to a sudden trauma or a direct injury.
Physiotherapy for spondylosis can be extremely beneficial. Not only can it reduce a lot of the pain, but it can also increase your range of movement, increase your function and strength and it can decrease the stiffness in your back. So, as well as helping you recover, we can also help you to get even more movement than before. Some of the symptoms to look out for are a pain when you straighten your spine or lean backwards, tingling or numbness in the legs and even sciatica.
If you would like to book an assessment with our team regarding physiotherapy for spondylosis, please give us a call on 01245 615 051 where our friendly receptionists are on hand to help you with any enquires you may have. You can also send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to get back to you as soon as we can.