Oadby House News
May 2014. Christine Glen Turner has decided after 23 years at Oadby House to retire from clinical practice to spent more time with her family.
Sharon Hazeldine and the team of Associate Charter Physiotherapists will remain unchanged and they will continue to deliver our high standard of patient care.
ARE YOU WAITING FOR NHS PHYSIO?
NHS waiting lists can be rather long! Whilst you are waiting you can speed up your recovery by starting your treatment here at OADBY HOUSE.
Our fully qualified experienced physiotherapists can assess and treat your condition on a one to one basis for only £35.00 per treatment session.
You can refer yourself or be referred by your GP or consultant.
We will keep your doctor updated about your progress.
If you are paying for your own treatment we ask for payment at the time of treatment. We accept payment of treatment either as a cheque or in cash.
If you are insured, it is your responsibility to get authorisation before starting treatment.
- progressive exercises designed to stretch and strengthen the whole body to improve posture, muscle strength, flexibility and balance.
It is of particular benefit following an episode of back pain..... Read more»
From 8:30 until early evening
Monday to Friday
Call us on 0116 2710723
(24 hour answer service)
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The team at Oadby House in Leicestershire has offered physiotherapy services since 1991. The successful treatment of all musculo-skeletal and sports injuries is our speciality.
The fully qualified and experienced team of physiotherapists offer a wide variety of treatments to relieve pain, restore normal functions and prevent further problems.
We offer one-to-one treatment in individual treatment rooms.
Physiotherapy can help with:
- Back pain, sciatica, slipped disks, painful/stiff necks
- Headaches, migraines
- Joint problems; arthritis, pain, swelling, stiffness
- Injuries; sports, muscle tears, sprains and strains of ligaments and tendons.
What sort of treatment will be used?
"Hands on" techniques used to correct a dysfunction of spinal or peripheral joints.
A range of electrical equipment including Ultrasound, Interferential, pulsed shortwave, TENS.
- Exercise therapy and prevention exercises:-
Specific exercises individually designed to restore or
maintain normal movement and strength.
The stimulation of specifically selected points on the body by fine needles, to correct the flow of energy along the meridians of the body relieving pain and restoring health.
We are recognised by all of the major health care insurance companies including those shown below. If you are not sure about your company, please contact us.