Standard Physiotherapists in Midlothian Listings
Active Health Physio
Edinburgh, Midlothian, EH3 9JR
Active Health Physio provides Physiotherapy for people in Edinburgh. We specialise in rehabilitation of neurological conditions including stroke, head injury, Parkinson's disease and multiple sclerosis. Our team are also experts in rehabilitation for long-term conditions that occur in mid to later life such as hip and knee arthritis, osteoporosis, reduced balance and mobility. Physical activity advice and counselling to promote health, wellbeing and independent is part of what we do. This includes support for people wanting to better manage their weight or diabetes.
As part of our commitment to support healthy living in later life based around independence and social interaction Active Health Physio provides exercise classes that support older adults in improving their balance, strength and stamina. The classes cater for different levels of ability and emphasis the fun and social aspects of group-based activity and help add life to years. Exercise classes to support people with neurological conditions and knee and hip arthritis are also available. Additionally we run Pilates and conditioning and flexibility for cyclists classes that support people who are already active to remain active and free of injury doing the things they enjoy.
Active Health Physio offers a home visit service for treatment when and where you need it in addition to clinic appointments in Tollcross and the west end of Edinburgh.
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Midlothian Physiotherapy LLP
Dalkeith, Midlothian, EH22 3NU
Midlothian Physiotherapy LLP provides cost effective, clinically effective and convenient physiotherapy from our clinic in Eskbank, just outside Edinburgh. We are open from 8 am to 8 pm Monday to Thursday and 8 am to 6 pm on Friday.
We are all expert clinicians with a minimum of 10 year clinical experience. We are all Chartered Physiotherapists being members of the CSP and are registered with the HCPC.
We specialise in treating low back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, knee pain and other joint pain. We also treat soft tissue injuries such as ligament, tendon and muscle problems. In addition we treat sports injuries.
We use a combination of treatment methods including manual therapy, acupuncture, graded rehabilitation exercise, electrotherapy and ergonomic advice.
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Point One Clinic
Edinburgh, Midlothian, EH2 3JP
Point One Clinic is a Physiotherapy practice in Edinburgh to help people with chronic neck/back pain, sports injuries, headache, fatigue, and stiff neck. We also help people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Guillain-Barre Syndrome and stress. For more information please visit our website.
Point One Clinic also visit different cities or towns to run a workshop and offer individual treatment sessions for people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). If you are interested, please contact us to discuss the Workshop and Mobile Clinic in your area.
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Edinburgh, Midlothian, EH14 1RL
Physiocube is an innovative, unique clinic that is based in Edinburgh. We have a team of highly skilled Chartered Physiotherapists who aim to get to the source of your problem and resolve it fully. We use a wide variety of techniques and accept all private health insurance. Off peak and weekend appointments are available. Student discounts apply.
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Edinburgh, Midlothian, EH6 4SA
If you''re suffering anything from a mild ache to chronic pain then the chances are we can help you on the road to recovery. At Physis, we have a team of experienced physiotherapists, podiatrists/chiropodists and massage practitioners working to point you in the right direction.
Our business is all about making you better- putting a smile back on your face. Our aim is to ease your pain by getting to the root of it''s cause. We work together with you to try to make sure your pain not only goes away but stays away. We work with nature, rather than against it. To our patients , it simply means that our treatments make them better.
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