Conditions Assessed and Treated

Physiotherapists at Rugby Physio have experience in treating a huge range of conditions, helping a wide range of age groups up to 102 year olds.

We are the only physiotherapy clinic in the Warwickshire area to have worked with Rugby School over the past 20 years and have extensive experience in dealing with conditions relating to adolescents and their growing bodies. 

At Rugby Physio we understand that requirements through life vary from age to age and treat not just sports injuries but are here to help you through operations, illness and accidents no matter the age. 

We help you to understand your problem and give you the toolkit to bring about meaningful and lasting change.

Some of the more common conditions assessed and treated by us include:

  • Sports Injuries
  • Growth related problems eg. severs, scoliosis, anterior knee pain
  • Muscle and joint pains
  • Arthritic conditions
  • Back pain & neck pain eg. including headaches and sciatica
  • Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) & other related overuse disorders
  • Neurological conditions including stroke victims
  • Road traffic accident injuries
  • Post operative rehabilitation
  • Post operative joint replacement rehabilitation

 

  • Sports Injuries
  • Growth related problems eg. severs, scoliosis, anterior knee pain
  • Muscle and joint pains
  • Arthritic conditions
  • Back pain & neck pain eg. including headaches and sciatica
    (BULLETS IN 2 COLUMNS)
  • Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) & other related overuse disorders
  • Neurological conditions including stroke victims
  • Road traffic accident injuries
  • Post operative rehabilitation
  • Post operative joint replacement rehabilitation

Physiotherapy is able to help manage many acute and chronic problems too vast to capture in the list above. If you are unsure whether Physiotherapy can help you, then please call our Physiotherapy Team for more information.

We are happy to assess and treat patients who are on the NHS waiting list and can arrange a transfer letter to your NHS Physiotherapist when your appointments become available.

There are many different treatment techniques available for physiotherapists to chose from depending on what is found on your initial assessment. Your physiotherapist will diagnose your problem, discus your treatment plan and decide on the best choice of treatment.

Early Treatment of Injury

It’s often the case that individuals don’t know how to correctly manage their injury or problem, resulting in them doing nothing … or worse still, doing the wrong thing.

Either way, this can turn a simple injury into a complex problem and for many this usually means additional pain and discomfort elsewhere and a longer recovery time.

It has been proven that people benefit from starting treatment early. The sooner we can get you doing the right thing, the sooner you can make a full recovery. We often see individuals purely for assessment and advice to ensure that they correctly manage their problem at an early stage.

Don’t forget that pain often settles well before the problem itself fully resolves. It is important that you rehabilitate fully to ensure total recovery, return of full function and complete a programme to prevent the liklihood of it happening again – we can help you to help yourself to a full recovery.

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Domicilliary Visits

If you are unable to attend treatment at one of our clinics at any point during your care, we offer a Domicilliary service, where you can be assessed and treated in the comfort and privacy of your own home by one of our Physiotherapists. If you are immobile or “bed bound” we will need to know arrangements for access to your home. We are quite happy for you to have a member of your family or friend present throughout your appointment should you wish to do so.

If you would like further information about this service please contact our admin team.