So what is Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy is a drug-free treatment approach that aims to normalise the function of your body. Usually this is achieved by enhancing the body’s own healing capacity in order to treat a painful injury. This can be done with specifically tailored exercises, manual therapy (including manipulations and soft tissue mobilisations), massage and electrotherapy.
What can you expect from us?
Here at Coastal Case Management our physiotherapists are always state registered as well as members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. With our staff being highly trained professionals that continue to update their skills you can expect an extensive and reliable service with every visit.
Why Coastal Case Management?
Our philosophy is quite simple. We believe that everyone deserves first class treatment at an affordable price by a highly skilled professional. With highly trained physiotherapists that have vast amounts of experience in areas such as sports injuries, musculoskeletal conditions and postural issues, with Coastal Case Management we're better together.
A bonus to having a rehabilitation arm at CCM is that our experience in the case management sector makes us the perfect candidates to assist other case management companies when it comes to providing physiotherapy treatment for their clients. Find out how our physiotherapy services can help your clients by giving us a call!
What kind of Physiotherapy is available?
Musculoskeletal - Neurological - Respiratory
At your first visit you will be greeted by one of our friendly admin team who will ask you to fill out a few registration forms. Then your treating physiotherapist will accompany you into a treatment room to begin a fully comprehensive assessment, designed to identify the source of your problem. This stage will involve asking many questions about how the problem started, any aggravating activities and where the pain is located exactly. Then with your help a treatment plan will be discussed and then developed to address the issues.
Please wear loose, casual clothing as your treating physiotherapist will need to observe the painful area initially. This may involve having to undress sufficiently to expose the area for treatment. For example if you have a knee problem you may like to bring a pair of shorts with you.
Also it would be helpful to bring with you any scans, letters or reports related to your injury.