Musculoskeletal refers to the function of the nerves, muscles and skeleton, and how these systems are interconnected. As specialists in this field, we are able to accurately assess, diagnose and treat a wide variety of conditions affecting the MSK system. This also includes sporting injuries and post-operative orthopaedic rehabilitation.Learn More
The PINC and STEEL programmes provide individualised, prescribed physiotherapy rehabilitation to women and men diagnosed with cancer; helping them heal as well as possible, and function at optimal levels through every stage of their cancer treatment and recovery They are delivered by our certified Cancer Rehab Physiotherapist, and are specifically designed to help maximise recovery, regain physical and emotional strength, and improve body confidence and control. Treatments may include: hands on therapy, exercise prescription, resistance training, fatigue management and pilates.
For more information on PINC & STEEL visit pincandsteel.co.uk
NEXT STEPS is a group exercise program for men and women who have finished their main cancer treatment and want to take the next steps on their road to recovery. The program combines the best pilates, yoga and cardiovascular exercises for a workout that is specifically designed to help rebuild strength, flexibility and stamina.
The program runs for one hour per week for ten weeks and is specifically designed to help people affected by cancer. It is suitable after any type of cancer surgery or treatment and accommodates all ages, fitness levels and mobility.
The program is delivered by certified PINC & STEEL Cancer Rehab Physiotherapists and each class combines strength, flexibility and cardiovascular exercises for improving your health and fitness. Weekly take-home resources and exercise handouts are included.
~ Improve strength and mobility
~ Increase energy levels
~ Strengthen core muscles and improve posture
~ Reclaim body confidence and control
~ Reduce treatment related side-effects
~ Improve stamina and fitness
~ Improve breathing and reduce stress
~ Help you to integrate regular exercise into your life
~ Allow you to laugh, relax and have fun
~ Connect with other people on a similar journey to you
Covering all areas relating to obstetrics and gynaecology. We specialise in the treatment of pregnancy-related musculoskeletal problems and post-natal return to activity for new mums.
Occupational Therapy (OT) aims to help people improve their ability to function by identifying and eliminating environmental barriers to independence and participation in normal daily life. At Trinity, our OT specialises in occupational health and post-operative orthopaedic rehabilitation. Our services include assessment and ordering of equipment for the home and work place, ergonomic and workstation assessment, return to work planning and employer liaison.
Injury and pain can leave clients with other types of problems that cannot be fully resolved with Physiotherapy alone. Our emotional and mental well-being affects the body directly. Stress, sleep disturbances and other emotional or behavioural obstacles can also worsen physical symptoms, reduce the healing capacity of our tissues and prolong recovery. Some people find that issues with pain and physical injury have brought up difficult emotions or other issues that are making life difficult to move forward with.
At Trinity Physiotherapy, we have an accredited cognitive behavioural therapist (CBT) on hand to help address these issues as they relate to recovery and to enhance your long term health. If you are curious about how CBT might be able to help, please follow the link to our CBT associate Lindsay, for information about CBT sessions and how to book. Lindsay offers a 10% discount to clients of Trinity Physio and a further discount for block bookings.
Pilates aims to strengthen the body in an even way, with particular emphasis on core strength to improve general fitness and wellbeing.
At Trinity Physio, we incorporate our physiotherapy knowledge to be able to adapt Pilates to help you recover from illness, injury or just as a way of keeping fit. We also run sessions that help teach our clients about their bodies and how to optimise their posture and movement.
We offer private or semi private matwork and small equipment pilates in the clinic, at your home or live on ZOOM. We can also teach reformer, springboard and cadalac pilates if you already have this equipment at home.
Our ability to move is fundamental to our ability to lead a vital and fulfilling life. Movement dysfunctions will impair our performance at work and play, impede our health, and potentially lead to pain and disease. Fortunately, Physiotherapists are experts in restoring movement. At Trinity Physiotherapy we employ a range of evidence-based treatments in order to achieve this, including the following:
We are the experts of exercises to help manage pain and dysfunction and improve movement, strength, stability and flexibility. Exercises have been shown to be the most effective treatment for MSK conditions and they empower you to help manage your symptoms and prevent reoccurrance.
Manual therapy includes treatments such as massage, mobilisation and manipulation and is predominently aimed at improving quality of movement and pain. We have postgraduate level training in these techniqies and use them in conjuction with other treatments such as exercise.
We use acupuncture to improve pain and muscle tension. Western acupuncture takes traditional Chinese acupuncture techniques but applies them to modern scientific research, creating a holistic but evidence based treatment that can be utilised at various stages through your journey with us.
Once we have guided you through recovery, we focus on building resilience to prevent reoccurrance and enhance performance. Strength and conditioning builds upon your previous exercise program and tailors it to more specific goals.
These are lower impact exercises specifically designed to improve people's strength, movement control, flexibility and body awareness, which are all important foundations to lead you on the road to recovery.
Whether it be an acute injury that needs protecting, improving pain on movement or enhancing sporting performance; taping can be an excellent adjunct to Physiotherapy treatment and we are trained in traditional strapping techniques as well as kinesio and dynamic taping.