Physiotherapy is the treatment of injury and disease by enhancing the body’s own natural healing mechanisms.
Physiotherapists take a holistic approach to healthcare supporting self-management of common conditions promoting independence whilst considering all aspects of the patient’s lifestyle, work and leisure and how the condition may be prevented in the future.
In effect, Physiotherapists teach people to help themselves to better health, so whatever your age or condition, Physiotherapists are able to get you back to your best
Common treatment options Physiotherapists use are …exercise, manual therapy, postural correction and advice, plus many more!
Examples of conditions Physiotherapy may be able to help:
- Joint and muscle symptoms
- Back and Neck symptoms
- Rehabilitation after fractures or orthopaedic surgery
- Soft tissue injuries
- Sports injuries
Inappropriate for referral to this service:
We are unable to accept patients for physiotherapy treatment for the following conditions. There may be other services available for you; please discuss this with your GP.
- Women’s health
- Neurological conditions eg stroke, MS or head injury
- Non musculo-skeletal pain
- Respiratory problems e.g. asthma, cystic fibrosis and chronic lung disease.
Service opening hours
8am - 6pm Monday to Thursday.
8am - 5:30pm Friday
Information for health professionals
Referrals are accepted from GPs via System One.
All Trust staff can self-refer - please see Health & Wellbeing page on the Trust Intranet
Head of Service
Karen Thomas - MSK Service Team Lead
Tel: 01623 781803
Service commissioned by
County Commissioners for Mansfield & Ashfield,