*Insurance Update* We are sorry as from April 2021, we no longer accept Bupa referrals. Please see our contact page for accepted insurance companies.
Heartlands Physiotherapy Clinic is expanding! See here for more details
**Next clinic Friday 30th October 2020** We are delighted to be offering a bone scanning clinic here at Heartlands, in conjunction with Consultant Spinal Specialist Nick Birch and Osteoscan UK. Did you know? You reach your peak bone health at around 30 years of age. After this age, the natural ageing process means that your… Continue Reading
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What are the statistics? In hospitals 2-17% of patients have a fall and it is estimated to be much higher at home. 15 to 50% of people have falls related injuries including major injuries such as fractures. What are the reasons people fall? There are physical factors… Continue Reading
To celebrate International Youth Day we are offering a great discount of 15% for those who are under 18, and book a new appointment with us between 15th August and 31st August 2016. Please call or email the clinic to book an appointment. http://www.un.org/en/events/youthday/index.shtml
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Weeks 7 to 12 I had an excellent follow up appointment with Mr Bajwa who was pleased with my progress. He suggested that until week 16 that I should stick to double leg weight bearing strengthening avoiding any deep hip flexion and single leg weight bearing. I found this period certainly more challenging having returned to… Continue Reading
We have had a lot of positive feedback over the last few weeks and we hope you found Claire’s block about her hip surgery interesting. We have decided to tell you about the most common problems we treat here at Heartlands Physiotherapy Clinic. This month is about pain arising from the knee cap also called… Continue Reading
Here are the major functional milestones achieved over the first 6 weeks of recovery: (this will not be the same for everyone – People progress at different rates and the type and the extent of surgery may vary ) 1 week – stitches out. Occasional use of Paracetamol and or Ibuprofen. 2 weeks – Full… Continue Reading