Physio Comes To You Blog

What are the Benefits of Having Physio at Home?

Why choose at home physio? Well, many people prefer at home physiotherapy because after just one session it is possible for your therapist to fully understand your needs as an individual (yes, every patient is different!) This is because performing physiotherapy in your home environment means that your therapist can witness your problems first hand. […]

Read More…

How can Physio help your mobility?

What is a mobility problem? Mobility problems can occur whatever age or ability you are; ranging from a child to an athlete to an elderly person. Mobility is ability to move – this can be running, walking, moving a wheelchair or walking with aids like crutches or sticks.  Your mobility may have deteriorated to some […]

Read More…

How to Set Recovery Goals after an Operation or Injury

At the start of a physiotherapy session, our therapists will discuss with their patient what their goals are.  This allows the client to think clearly and verbalise what they want to achieve, and it often throws up their frustrations.  As one of our patients reported, “’I haven’t been able to get back to netball after […]

Read More…

Top Benefits of Hydrotherapy for Rheumatology Conditions

Hydrotherapy is an excellent option for long-term management of rheumatology conditions such as Rheumatoid Arthritis, Ankylosing Spondylitis and Fibromyalgia.  In this blog post, our physio and Bristol Manager Leanne Plenge explains the top reasons why hydrotherapy is so effective.   Buoyancy The ‘upward push’ of the water on a human body means that we are lighter […]

Read More…

How can Physio Help Older People at Risk of Falls and Fragility Fractures?

According to The Chartered Society of Physiotherapists, “35% of over-65s experience one or more falls. About 45% of people over 80 who live in the community fall each year. 10%-25% of these people will sustain a serious injury”. A fragility fracture is any fall from standing height (around 6ft) or less.  Fragile bones are more […]

Read More…

What is Vestibular Rehabilitation?

Vestibular rehabilitation (VR) is an exercise therapy used to help patients regain their sense of balance.  According to the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists, “Vestibular rehabilitation is effective in reducing dizziness and vertigo and associated falls and improving quality of life in people with disorders involving balance mechanisms”. VR encourages the central nervous system to compensate […]

Read More…

RECRUITING PHYSIOS NOW!

We are looking for orthopaedic, paediatric, and neurological physios throughout the UK interested in part time private domiciliary work on a self employed basis.  Excellent rates of pay and support.  If you or a colleague/friend of yours are interested please contact us by email at info@physiocomestoyou.com.  Looking forward to hearing from you. […]

Read More…

You are only as old as you feel!

It is a common belief that as we get older, we will inevitably lose our strength, mobility and balance leading to an increased risk of falls.  The effects of osteoporosis and osteoarthritis can also cause problems within the spine and of certain joints.  However, there are certain things we can do to slow down the […]

Read More…