Joint pain

Joint pain doesn’t have to mean arthritis but it is commonly called this. So it is worth seeing a Chartered Physiotherapist to be assessed to diagnose the reason for the pain and not simply assume it is your age and therefore arthritis. If you have multiple joint pains you will probably have seen a doctor and have had blood tests which will diagnose if you do have a familial type of arthritis and then treatment can be given to lessen the pain and work gently with the joints to improve range and strength. If you only have pain in one or two joints, this could be caused by a soft tissue problem which wouldn’t show on an x-ray so a thorough assessment to decide the cause of the problem will help decide on an appropriate course of treatment. It may also highlight other areas of the body which are underworking and need dealing with if the problem to prevent the problem form recurring.

Physiotherapy
Physiotherapy
We have over 25 years of experience in helping people with both acute and on-going conditions to achieve the best results.

Joint Pain
Joint Pain
Our physiotherapists are experienced in treating a very wide range of joint problems, from your shoulders down to your toes.

Work related disorders (RSI)
Work disorders (RSI)
Here at Barnt Green Physiotherapy we understand it is important to deal with work related conditions as soon as they have become established.

Sports Injuries
Sports Injuries
Our practice offers a quick and effective service, assessing and treating you, relieving your body of any pain that may be caused by or affecting your performance.