Initial Assessment is 40 minutes costing £55
Follow up is 30 minutes costing £45
Home visits can be arranged with an additional £5 fee
A 10% discount Is available for over 65's and students
MCSP - Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy ()
HPC - Registered with the Health Professions Council ()
AACP – Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists member ()
Since qualifying as a Chartered Physiotherapist from the University of Plymouth in the southwest of England, I have worked in the major trauma centre in Plymouth and now specialising in the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal conditions in the private sector. I am a fully trained acupuncturist, also offering cosmetic facial acupuncture and auricular treatments to enhance your natural well-being. I treat clients with dignity and respect at all times by continually aspiring to make a difference and by providing treatment within a caring and confidential environment.
Your health is my top priority! All of my therapeutic treatments have a single objective: to provide you with tailor-made solutions for your health and wellbeing. Modern technology, a well-qualified practitioner, regular additional training, and unique expertise in modern treatment methods are all part of the service.
All patients of Deddington Physiotherapy clinic will be afforded an initial assessment of 45 minutes duration to discuss their musculoskeletal condition fully. A thorough history and physical examination will be completed to provide information to form a diagnosis. From here specific treatment options will be discussed and an agreed treatment plan drawn up to meet your goals and wishes. A follow-up appointment of 30 minutes will be booked if appropriate.
How I Can Help
At the clinic, we strive to give you the latest physiotherapy and acupuncture techniques that Oxfordshire can offer. These include, but are not limited to conditions such as
Back and neck pain
Foot and ankle pain
Chronic persistent pain
Shoulder and elbow problems
Hip and knee pain
Ante and post natal conditions
Treatment options Include
Mobilisations, manipulations and massage
Muscle energy techniques
Acupuncture to include dry needling, trigger pointing and electroacupuncture