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Physiotherapy
Physiotherapy treatments encourage rapid pain reduction and early healing, enabling the body to heal itself. The treatment techniques used vary according to the condition. Read More..
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Neurological Physiotherapy
Neurological Physiotherapy is the specialist treatment of Neurological Conditions. In Neurological Physiotherapy sessions, the therapist looks at the movement of the whole body and selects treatment and specific exercise programmes aimed at improving quality of movement and function. Read More..
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Acupuncture
Acupuncture is administered as part of a planned treatment programme and causes the brain to produce natural pain relieving chemicals called endorphins to stimulate the body's own healing response. Read More..
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Massage Therapy
Our massage treatments aim to relieve aching backs, shoulders and necks and help the flexibility of joints. They improve circulation, speed the recovery of injured muscles, tendons and ligaments and they soothe the nervous system, which in turn has a beneficial effect on digestion and sleep patterns.Read More..
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Women's Health
Women's Health Physiotherapy is the therapeutic treatment of disorders affecting the pelvic floor muscles and the pelvis.Read More..
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Pilates
Pilates incorporates many forms of exercise including resistance work as well as martial arts and yoga to improve overall strength and muscle tone as well as balance, posture and flexibility. Pilates has the added benefit of helping to relieve stress and tension as well as relieve common aches and pain associated with work or part of everyday life.Read More..
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Counselling
Counselling is often called the “talking therapy”, or simply a conversation that attempts to help us make sense of our lives, and address what is causing us distress or pain. Read More..
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Reflexology
Reflexology is an ancient Chinese healing method that is now one of the most popular treatments, working hand in hand with traditional medicine. Pressure is applied to the sensor reflexes in these areas of the foot, stimulating the corresponding body parts, to eliminate pain and improve other health conditions. Read More..
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Reiki
“Reiki” (ray-key) is Japanese for ‘universal life energy’, a term used to describe a natural system to help bring about an improved sense of wellbeing and a positive feeling of spiritual renewal. This tradition was founded by Dr Mikao Usui in the early 20th century and evolved as a result of his research, experience and dedication. Read More..
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Yoga
Yoga is a form of exercise that has been practised for thousands of years and works to restore equilibrium between body and mind. Yoga is an ideal way to relax, reduce pain, and improve flexibility and core strength. Read More..
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Shiatsu
Shiatsu is a traditional Japanese healing therapy that benefits physical and mental well-being. The oriental view of health is that physical and mental well-being reflect the smooth flow of Ki within the body. Through shiatsu, the body and mind are encouraged to let go of tension and relax, to feel at peace in the present moment.Read More..
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Workplace Solutions
Trinity House Practice can offer a number of workplace solutions that can assist organisations meet their corporate healthcare objectives. Whether your aim is to reduce sickness absence, cut the number of workplace injuries or to simply enhance your employee benefits we can provide a service that is tailored to the specific needs of your organisation. Read More..
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Ergonomics
Our highly experienced ACPOHE qualified ergonomists can provide an assessment of an employee's individual workstation or an ergonomic review of a company's working practices on a larger scale. Read More..
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Human Givens
The Human Givens is a therapeutic approach to emotional ill health that calls on biological, psychological, behavioural research and knowledge to provide a truly, holistic, scientific and practical approach to helping others. Read More..
 
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