Trapped nerves

A trapped nerve is another way of describing sciatica and is also sometimes referred to as a slipped disc. All these words mean that there is a back problem which is referring symptoms into the leg and is eminently treatable by a physiotherapist specialising in the treatment of spinal problems. The general training of physiotherapists does not make them a specialist at treating this complicated area, you do need to see someone who can do more than just give a temporary relief of the muscle spasm which is protecting the underlying problem. Kath Hamflett at Barnt Green Physiotherapy has many years of experience of training and treating these problems with excellent results and will be delighted to help you too.

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.