Conditions we treat
Face to face consultations & tele-rehabilitation
Pulmonary & Post COVID-19 Rehab
Pulmonary rehabilitation is a programme or exercise and education for people with a long-term lung condition or for people who have lung scarring or damage from diseases such as COVID-19. We can also help people who have been in critical care or have been intubated or have a tracheostomy.
A lung rehab programme will aim to improve your health by reducing breathlessness, teach you breathing & airway clearance techniques. Our treatment will aim to provide ways to control the disease and improve your ability to carry out daily activities, such as washing and dressing. We can offer a physical exercise programme, designed for people with lung conditions and tailored for you. This is designed to improve your muscle strength, so you can use the oxygen you breathe more efficiently and help you cope better with feeling out of breath. We will look at ways of managing your fatigue and build your strength and stamina.
We provide physiotherapy to people who have joint problems resulting in pain and reduced mobility. This can include people who require surgery, have had surgery, or are looking to try another approach.
Falls are a distressing and unfortunately all too common occurrence in some older people. However, falls are not an inevitable consequence of getting older. We can assess you in your home environment and advise on exercise and activities that should help you to recover from any falls you have experienced and also prevent further falls.
Physiotherapy can help by improving balance and strength and bone strength. This can make you feel more confident about going out and about. JLinks physiotherapists can also advise you on activities to suit your own personal needs.
We can assist you to build up strength, stamina and improve your balance and general wellbeing prior to surgery. We can assist to ensure you and your home environment are prepared for your surgery.
Neurophysiotherapy is designed to treat conditions that originate in the brain or nervous system. Conditions are varied and may include Stroke, Parkinson's Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Acquired Brain Injury, as well as those who have had surgery.
We provide expert neurophysiotherapy which includes rehabilitation as well as maintenance exercise programmes and other symptom control management.
These conditions often come with a unique set of challenges such as poor balance, muscle weakness and tremor. Walking may be difficult or impossible. Physiotherapy is often helpful in improving posture and balance and strengthening muscles which can often assist with everyday activities.
People with neurological conditions may find physiotherapy useful even if they have been managing well for a while. Some people may find day to day activities are becoming increasingly more difficult such as getting out of bed or walking. A physiotherapist will assess walking, muscle strength, muscle length, balance and posture. We can teach you how to improve your movement and function at home. We can offer advice and support for you, your family, and carers.
We can help people with a variety of conditions. If you want to know if we can assist you, please contact us and we will be willing to discuss your needs.
The main focus of physiotherapy after a stroke is to help you regain strength and learn how to move in the best possible way. There is no time limit to improving after a Stroke although the sooner rehabilitation can start and continue after hospital discharge often the better.
We are happy to work alongside NHS services or other services you have in place. We can also assist you to settle back at home or into a new home environment.
Vestibular rehabilitation may help you if you have any of the following dizziness and balance disorders:
Unilateral or bilateral peripheral vestibular dysfunction
Benign Positional Paroxysmal Vertigo (BPPV)
Migraine associated vertigo/migraine variant
Age related balance changes
Peripheral vestibular dysfunction following traumatic brain injury
Cancer and its treatments can result in a variety of challenging physical and psychological symptoms. Physiotherapy in the form of exercise can help to improve quality of life by improving physical strength and improving balance. We can also provide advice on managing the symptoms of cancer and its treatment, such as fatigue, sleep problems and pain.
Working with people with Memory or Communication problems
We are skilled at working with people who have difficulty processing information and memory problems. Each session will be tailored to the patient to ensure they can participate in and enjoy their physiotherapy session.
JLinks Physiotherapists have completed the Dementia Friends training.