Here are some frequently asked questions

Do I need physiotherapy?

You are likely to benefit from physiotherapy if you are experiencing pain, muscle weakness and/or reduced joint range and function. If you are unsure if you will benefit from physiotherapy please call us on 01432 806 544 or e-mail info@herefordphysiotherapy.co.uk to be advised.

What is a musculoskeletal injury?

A musculoskeletal injury is any injury or condition affecting the joints, muscles or surrounding soft tissues, including ligaments and tendons, often resulting in pain. Our physiotherapists are fully qualified and experienced in assessing and treating musculoskeletal disorders.

What does treatment involve?

Physiotherapy treatment for musculoskeletal complaints involves exercise prescription, manual therapy and biomechanical gait analysis. Treatment is always tailor made to suit you and your problem.

What is manual therapy?

Manual therapy is the term used to describe hands on physiotherapy techniques performed by your therapist. For example deep soft tissue massage and joint mobilisations are effective manual therapies used to aid healing.

How many sessions of physiotherapy will I need?

The number of sessions you may require depends on your individual condition/injury. Your physiotherapist will be able to give you an idea of how many sessions you will need during your initial assessment.

I work through the week; can I book a weekend appointment?

Yes, we provide a weekend physiotherapy service. Please call us to book a weekend appointment.

How can I book an appointment?

To book an appointment call 01432 806 544 , or you can e-mail info@herefordphysiotherapy.co.uk to make an enquiry.


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T: 01432 806 544
E: info@herefordphysiotherapy.co.uk

How to Find Us

Hereford Leisure Centre, Holmer Road, Hereford HR4 9UD

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Neck Pain
Our physiotherapists are experienced in treating neck pain which can be caused from acute injury, poor postural alignment or degeneration in the cervical spine.
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Sports injuries
We specialise in treating sports injuries, eliminating your pain and rehabilitating you quickly and efficiently so you can return to your sport as soon as possible.
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Foot and Ankle Pain
Direct trauma, repetitive trauma or biomechanical abnormalities, such as flat feet, are the main causes of foot and ankle pain.

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Orthotics assessment & fitting
Many common aches and pains in your body can be related back to your feet. Our physiotherapists will assess you to determine the exact cause of the problem and form a diagnosis.