PHYSIOTHERAPY IN NORTH NORFOLK
Quality Physiotherapy Available Here In North Norfolk
Here at Holt Physiotherapy Clinic we offer quality treatment at a local North Norfolk clinic. We are based at the prestigious Holt Consulting Rooms in the centre of Holt. Our physiotherapist, Thea Horner, is well qualified with many years of experience in both this country and in the USA. She is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP), and is registered with the Health Professions Council (HPC).
"...exceptionally perceptive assessment and seemingly inspired and magical rehabilitation.She clearly possesses powerful and well-developed skills and I have no hesitation in recommending her to others."
Testimonial - Mr Michael Wingfield
What Do We Do?
Treatment will consist of a full assessment of the problem, followed by a combination of gentle but effective hands-on techniques and self-help exercises. We specialise in soft tissue techniques but are experienced in many forms of manual therapy and will also use ultra-sound where appropriate.
What Can We Help With?
We are able to treat many problems including the following:
- Back pain
- Muscle and Joint problems
- Neck pain
- Sports injuries
- Post-op rehabilitation
- Trapped nerves
We offer these services to the general public throughout North Norfolk, and home visits can also be arranged where necessary.
NORTH NORFOLK GOLF PHYSIO
Thea Horner has 25 years of experience as a physiotherapist, both in this country and in the USA. She has been working with local golfers in North Norfolk over the past 4 years, dealing with pain associated with playing but also improving the golf swing.
"I see three types of golf client:
- those with pain or problems during or after playing golf;
- those who want to improve their swing;
- and those older players who want to be helped to keep playing a bit longer.
All can be helped - and at any level of ability that they are playing."
The golfer brings a favourite club to the assessment and is videoed hitting a ball. The therapist then analyses the biomechanics of the body looking for restrictions and weaknesses. These can then be improved with treatment and exercises.
Taking videos before and after allows progress to be monitored. But follow-up treatments can be in the clinic if required.