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Physiotherapy at Beacon Climbing Centre, Caernarfon, North Wales

Physiotherapy at Beacon Climbing Centre.

What is
physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy gives relief, and restores movement and function when someone is affected by pain, injury, stiffness, or disability.  Recovery is facilitated to enable people to return to their desired activities, hobbies, sport or work as soon as possible. Conditions treated include:

  • Joint and muscle pain.

  • Back and neck pain (including whiplash).

  • Shoulder pain, tennis and golfer’s elbow.

  • Overuse, sudden and long term injuries.

  • Sporting, common workout and running injuries.

  • Nerve pain (including sciatica and trapped nerves).

  • Chronic pain conditions (including complex regional pain syndrome).

  • Arthritis.

Treatments
available.

You can benefit from physiotherapy at any time in your life to help with pain, sudden and long term injuries, and to prepare for exercise or sporting events. A whole-person approach is taken to achieve relief and optimal wellbeing with treatments including:

  • Education about causes, treatment, self-management and prevention.

  • Manual therapy including mobilisations, manipulations, muscle energy techniques, sport and therapeutic massage, myofascial/soft tissue release techniques.

  • Exercise therapy for treatment, prevention  and sporting performance enhancement.

  • Acupuncture.

  • Electrotherapy.

  • Therapeutic taping.

Pain relief and restoration of movement and function.

About Gwern.

Gwern Dafydd is a highly experienced physiotherapist with over ten years of clinical experience including working as an NHS Senior musculoskeletal Physiotherapist.

Gwern also has extensive experience treating and managing sports specific injuries having previously worked with elite athletes and sports clubs within professional football and semi-professional rugby.

  • BSc degree in Physiotherapy.

  • BSc degree in Sport and Exercise Sciences.

  • Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.

  • Member of the Health and Care Professions Council.

Treatment.

A comprehensive and detailed assessment will be performed to accurately diagnose before establishing a bespoke treatment plan to promote timely healing and recovery. The initial assessment will last between 30-60 minutes depending on condition and treatment will be included in the first appointment.

  • Initial Assessment (up to 60 minutes including treatment) £40.

  • Follow up/treatment appointments (30 minutes) £35.

  • Follow up/treatment appointments (60 minutes) £60.

Phone: 07387390465
Email: info@ffisio-eryri-physio.co.uk
Website: www.ffisio-eryri-physio.co.uk
Facebook: @ffisioeryriphysio