Physiotherapy helps restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury, illness or disability.
At Physio Ecosse, our clinicians use their excellent clinical knowledge, communication skills and extensive post graduate training to help you manage your injury, illness or disability through movement and exercise, manual therapy, education and advice.
Rehabilitation is part of the recovery process after an illness or virus (like COVID-19) when your body may not be operating at 100%.
Our experienced Physiotherapists can guide you through what to expect on each step of your recovery – supporting you back to optimal health.
Acupuncture is a means of stimulating the body’s own healing chemicals to aid recovery and enhance rehabilitation.
Acupuncture is another skill that we can employ as part of our integrated approach to treat pain and inflammation. All of Physio Ecosse’s physios practice acupuncture and are fully accredited members of the AACP which means they have completed a minimum of 300 hours postgraduate acupuncture training.
Whether you’re a weekend warrior with a sore knee or an aspiring Olympian with a twisted ankle, we understand how frustrating an injury can be.
At Physio Ecosse we employ our extensive sports injury management skills to get you back – and keep you back – doing what you love – hopefully even better than before!
This highly specialised assessment and treatment ensures that you can return to as full and active a lifestyle as possible with an injury, disease or deformity affecting the hand or arm.
Hands might not be big but they have lots of complex components that sometimes require expert care and attention. Specialist assessment will ensure the right course of treatment with techniques and exercises designed to strengthen muscles, reduce swelling, protect joints or restore range of movement.
Physiotherapy specifically targeted to horse riders to help you get the most out of your riding!
Comprehensive assessment that sorts out the pre-exisitng conditions that may be affecting your riding and links with common training issues such as gripping and tipping forward. So whether you’re a happy hacker or an elite competitor, this service specifically for horse riders looks to optimise your performance both on and off your horse!
Children aren’t just little adults – and whether the cause is playing their favourite sport, or simply playing outside with friends, their bones, muscles and joints require special, personalised care when they have an injury.
The staff at Physio Ecosse are specifically trained in the assessment and treatment of this specialist population and have an in-depth understanding of child development and how this affects the presentation and treatment of injuries at different ages.
Ergonomics / workstation assessment
Helping large and small businesses design the job to fit the worker – not forcing the worker to fit the job.
Ergonomics focuses on the relationships between symptoms and work systems to help manage work-related injuries.
Ergonomic assessments help optimise workspaces to complement colleague’s strengths and abilities whilst minimising their limitations and weaknesses – helping to boost comfort, productivity and performance.