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Physiotherapy can help you with
Claire is a musculoskeletal Physiotherapist treating problems affecting the muscles, bones, joints and other soft tissues within the body. She can help you to recover from injuries and manage long term conditions.
Physiotherapy can help with common issues such as back, shoulder or knee pain, whether they result from sports or occupational injuries, long term conditions such as osteoarthritis or fibromyalgia or natural changes in the body such as pregnancy or the aging process.
What does an appointment involve?
Claire takes a holistic approach to Physiotherapy and considers how the whole body functions in her approach to assessing and treating clients. She considers how factors such as social or workplace activities and a persons mental wellbeing can affect the body and the health problem in question and may need to be altered in order to get the best outcome from physiotherapy.
Claires approach to treatment often includes:
Claire works part time in the NHS and has experience treating people of all ages, health and activity levels.
Claire offers Physiotherapy treatments at:
treat Norwich, Capitol House
For more information on Physiotherapy or to book an appointment please use the form or link below.
£35 Online Appointment (30-40 minute appointment)
£ 60 initial consultation face to face (50 minute appointment)
£45 per follow up session face to face (30-40 minute appointent)
Please note any bookings cancelled with less than 24 hours notice or unattended will be charged a cancellation fee.
Women's health physiotherapy can help women experiencing muscle and joint issues in pregnancy and postnatally, such as:
It can also help women to overcome problems affecting continence and pelvic floor function which often occur after childbirth, from surgery or as a result of hormonal changes in the menopause, such as:
Claire uses many approaches to help women overcome their problems, including Pilates exercises, postural awareness training, manual/ hands on physiotherapy and the principles of pelvic floor exercise training.
Your exact treatment and rehabilitation plan will depend on your symptoms, number of children and birth history, overall health and stage of pregnancy (for antenatal clients). This will be agreed with you following an indepth initial consulation and assessment, face to face or through video (using zoom).
Claire has trained with the PGOP (pelvic, obstetric and gynaecological physiothrapy society), has worked in womens health within the NHS and has experience teaching pre and post natal Pilates. To book an appointment or discuss if womens health physiotherapy is for you please complete the enquiry form below or book online.
(Prices as above)