Injection Therapy

Injection therapy is an effective way of reducing pain and improving function.

We can offer corticosteroid injections which provide powerful anti-inflammatory effect, and Hyaluronic Acid (HA) which is a naturally occurring substance found in normal joints and tissues.

HA injections are proven to be very effective for patients suffering from Osteoarthritis and this type of injection comes without any form of side effects and you are able to return to normal activities immediately after the injection.

Joint injections can be beneficial for all synovial joints:

– Hip
– Knee
– Ankle/foot
– Toes
– Elbow
– Hands/fingers
– De Quervain Syndrome
– Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
– Impingement
– Acute bursitis
– Calcific tendinitis
– Tenosynovitis
– Frozen Shoulder
– Trigger Finger

Medical and Aesthetic Treatments

Our Senior Physiotherapist Kristin has undergone specialist training in the medical and aesthetic use of botulinum toxin type A which is an injectable neurotoxin primarily known for the ability to reduce appearance of facial wrinkles, but they are also used to treat conditions such as muscle spasms (caused by conditions like Parkinsons, MS, stroke), it can be used to treat excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis), TMJ and migraines as well as Bell’s Palsy.

The neurotoxin works by blocking certain nerve signals that makes muscles contract, making it a very useful treatment options in many cases.

Kristin is a qualified non-medical prescriber which is one of the most advanced certifications a physiotherapist can have, and this paired with the high-level knowledge of anatomy is ensuring you are in safe hands when coming for your treatment.

All medical and aesthetic treatments are available at our clinic as well as home visits.

Book a free consultation through our online booking system or send us a message using the form below.

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