Physiotherapy at Park View Centre aims to provide you with a diagnosis of your problem. We then discuss your treatment options in order to relive your pain and to restore maximum function. Treatment options include soft tissue massage, joint and soft tissue mobilisations, spinal manipulation, trigger points, acupuncture, ultrasound therapy, core stability training, soft tissue stretching and strengthening exercises.
Physiotherapy can help numerous conditions caused by musculoskeletal conditions such as:
- Back Pain
- Neck Pain
- Shoulder Problems
- Sprained Ankles
- Knee Injuries
- Hip Problems
- Whiplash Injuries
- Tennis Elbow
- Achilles Tendonopathy
- Sports Injuries
- Slipped disc
We offer lots of advice on how to prevent injuries/problems from reoccurring and also if following a detailed assessment whether you may need to see other specialities such as Podiatry or an Orthopaedic Consultant. We take our time with you at Park View Centre in order to achieve the best results for you.
On your first visit you will be assessed and your initial treatment session lasts for 40 minutes.
Subsequent treatment visits include an initial treatment session lasting for 40 minutes. Subsequent treatment visits last between 30 to 40 minutes.
Sam qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 1989 where she obtained a Graduate Diploma in Physiotherapy at Coventry University.
She has worked in the NHS for 25 years originally starting in Leeds at St James' University Hospital and went on to work for Wigan and Leigh NHS Trust for the next 9 years and moved to St Helens and Knowsley NHS Trust where she still currently practises.
Sam has attended various courses over the years including a 12 month spinal and peripheral joint manipulation course which was examined and recognised by the Manipulation association of Chartered Physiotherapists (MACP). Currently Sam is studying for an MSc in Advanced Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at Manchester Metropolitan University, where she has completed modules in advanced assessment and treatment of Lower limb conditions, advanced Physiotherapy practice, research methods and data handling. She is about to complete a further module studying the management of pain.
Prior to starting her own physiotherapy practice at Parkview, Sam previously worked in private practice in Altrincham and Lymm for several years.
She has many years experience of treating musculoskeletal conditions and sports injuries and is also a member of the AACP (Acupuncture association of Chartered Physiotherapists) which enables her to practise acupuncture.
Sam has specialised in musculoskeletal physiotherapy for the past 23 years and has worked alongside Orthopaedic Consultants and Consultant Neurosurgeons in clinic for the past 12 years.All our physiotherapists at Parkview are HCPC registered and members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.
Prices - Initial assessment £50, subsequent treatment £50.