In this unprecedented time, we encourage you to continue to put your health & well being first.
Whatever your pain / problem please make contact and we can help you.
We encourage you to schedule a telephone / video appointment and we will assess and can you specifically regarding the best management.
We can assure you we have completed a comprehensive Risk Assessment and therefore if you need to be seen face to face then we have implemented measures to maximise the safety of you and our team.
We’ve got some truly special people in our team who’ve done some pretty amazing things who can completely empathise with you; we genuinely like people and we hope that you like us too!
We want you to achieve your goals and exceed your expectations. Our strapline; “Keeping You Active” is the core of everything we do.
Here’s a few snippets from some of the lovely emails we’ve received since the start of the pandemic
“So grateful to you all for the services you have continued to maintain during these strange times! Thank you so much!”
“Really grateful for the work your team are doing at the moment, making sure you maintain the high standards we have got used to at Impact, keeping us active during lockdown! Thank-you”
“I wasn’t sure about booking for a video assessment, but I’m so glad I did! You gave me the best advice and specific exercises, I already feel so much better and more confident. I’ll be progressing my running a bit more gradually now so I don’t make the same mistakes. Thanks”
Youtube bite-size exercise practices
Below are some videos from our Youtube channel.
We'll help you get back to doing the activities you enjoy
Physiotherapy can be considered as a treatment ethos that focuses on the science of movement to help restore, maintain and maximise physical strength, function and motion in order to enhance health & wellbeing. Physio is an active intervention, which encourages you to take the lead in your health. You will be given advice on how to achieve your goals and specific exercises to facilitate this.
Physio for sports injuries
Functional Movement Screen
Have you ever wondered why you are prone to the same injury when training, or that your posture affects your ability to run efficiently, or reach for that position to return that serve?
We can offer you a full movement screen that analyses the way you move, highlighting areas of potential weakness and tightness, and shows where you need to improve.
Jenny Horrigan, our experienced chartered pelvic health physiotherapist, specialises in the detailed assessment and management of a range of pelvic health problems for women and men.
Your first appointment will be held in a private setting to discuss your pelvic health problems in detail and also screen for any other pelvic floor related issues. We understand that this can be sensitive information that some people find difficult to discuss, but Jenny has an empathetic ear- and you are unlikely to say anything she hasn’t heard and helped manage before!
Acupuncture can be used either using TCM (traditional chinese medicine) or with a western ethos of dry needling. It is a simple and safe way to ease pain. Fine, single use, sterile needles are inserted into the skin at precise points depending on your specific problem.
This process stimulates your body’s pain relieving hormones and eases your pain. Many patients find this relaxing which in turn helps your recovery.
We treat patients who experience a wide range of neurological conditions including strokes, head injuries, spinal cord injuries, hemiplegia, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Parkinson’s Disease, cerebral palsy and muscular dystrophy.
Our specialists can also work with those with chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, ME, balance disorders and dizziness.
Occupational Physiotherapy has been shown to have demonstrable effects in reducing both the incidence and overall number of days lost to ill health and accidents in the workplace.
We can work with your staff to resolve pain quickly while teaching them skills to help prevent a recurrence of symptoms. Common workplace complaints include back pain, stiff or painful necks, sore shoulders and upper backs, sprains, joint pain and muscle strains and recurring headaches.
Choice of session length
Much of our work comes through personal recommendations from our existing customers
Online exercise programs to follow at home
After your treatment, your physio will provide you with a personalised exercise program to follow at home.