Queens Medical Centre

Opening hours Monday to Friday (8am to 6pm)

Queens Medical Centre

Opening hours Mon to Fri (8am to 6pm)



Physiotherapists in Practice

The practice employs a team of physiotherapists to manage musculoskeletal problems.  They are highly skilled clinicians who will often know more than a GP about your particular condition.  They work with the team of clinicians in Briercliffe Surgery to ensure that you get the most appropriate treatment possible and involve other clinicians, such as GPs, if you need further investigation or medication.


Physiotherapy can be accessed directly by patients booking into physiotherapy appointments or you can be directed to it via an e-consultation or by another clinician, where appropriate.


What is a Physiotherapist?

Physiotherapists are healthcare professionals who are experts in movement and function. They are trained to assess, diagnose, and treat a wide range of health conditions affecting the physical function of the body. Physiotherapists use a variety of techniques to help restore movement and reduce pain, aiming to improve the quality of life of their patients.


What do Physiotherapists treat?

Physiotherapists can help with a wide range of conditions, including but not limited to:


Musculoskeletal Conditions: Such as back pain, neck pain, arthritis, sprains, and strains

Sports Injuries: Offering rehabilitation and advice to prevent further injury



How can Physiotherapists help?

Physiotherapy can help in several ways, including:


Pain Management: Techniques such as manual therapy, exercise, and acupuncture can help reduce pain and inflammation.

Improving Mobility and Function: Tailored exercise programs can help to restore movement and improve your quality of life.

Injury Prevention: Education and personalized advice can help prevent the recurrence of injuries.

Rehabilitation: Helping patients recover from surgery or manage chronic conditions through targeted exercises and therapy.