FAQS

If you have a question about our services, then you may find the answer in our frequently asked questions below. Still can’t find the answer? Just get in touch by simply calling us today.

Physiotherapists are qualified university-trained experts in injury diagnosis, injury treatment, exercise, prescription, injury prevention, rehabilitation and many other areas of health, fitness and sport.

No, physiotherapists can assess and treat without referral by a doctor. However, it’s important to note that most health insurers require a doctor’s referral before they authorise cover of fees.

As part of our pelvic assessment programme, we do a subjective, thorough exam and ask the patient to talk to us about their problem in as much detail as possible. We are going to use differential questions to get to the bottom of what might be wrong with you. Most of the time, what the patient says about their medical background tells us more than any test or exam. To make sure we write down all the important details, this step may take a little while. It’s possible that some questions are sensitive. When we ask these kinds of questions, we will always give a reason. We will use what we know about pelvic anatomy and skeletal models or pictures to help us do this. We may also use a questionnaire which helps to identify an objective marker so that we can accurately identify progress. The examination will include the lumbar spine, hips, pelvis, and pelvis muscles. Most of the examinations will be external, but for certain issues an internal examination may be required.

After both parts of the assessments are done, we will work with the patient to make a plan of action and start treatment.

It will take at least an hour to finish the test. There are times when 1 hour and 30 minutes is needed.

We can help with an extensive range of treatments at our clinics. Some of the most common conditions we treat include:

  • Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome
  • Chronic Prostatitis
  • Hard Flaccid Syndrome
  • Pelvic Floor Trigger Points
  • Pudendal Neuralgia
  • Erectile Dysfunction
  • Incontinence
  • Rehabilitation After prostate cancer

We have clinics in both Reading And Swansea.

Typical symptoms may include:

  • Lower back pain, abdominal, buttock or groin pain
  • Pain or sexual activity
  • Loss of libido, erection or the ability to ejaculate
  • Anxiety, stress and low mood
  • Pain in the penis
  • Urinary and rectal symptoms

Yes, it is a safe and non-invasive procedure that is perfect for treating many conditions. We are fully trained and use professional industry equipment to perform the therapy.

The length of treatment and recovery time all depends on the patient’s condition and circumstances. We will create you a personal recovery plan that is tailored to your individual diagnosis, whether it is a one-off visit or you require a series of treatments.

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