Hydrotherapy

Hydrotherapy
Therapy techniques in the water

Hydrotherapy is the application of physiotherapy techniques in a heated pool, utilising the properties of water to rehabilitate and treat a variety of conditions and injuries.

By having treatment in a hydrotherapy pool patients are able to continue exercising even if they still have injuries, pain or reduced mobility that might limit them from exercising on land.

Functional Restoration & Acute Pain

Functional Restoration & Acute Pain
Assessment of long standing pain

In addition to our conventional rehabilitation capabilities, we also offer a Functional Restoration Programme which provides multidisciplinary assessment and treatment of longstanding pain. 

Vestibular Rehabilitation

Vestibular Rehabilitation
Assessment and treatment for balance problems

The dizziness and balance service team consists of a range of health professionals all experienced in the assessment and treatment of Vestibular and Balance problems. The team consists of, ENT(Neuro-otology) specialists, Audiologists, Physiotherapists and Allied Healthcare Professionals

The service is well-supported by The Wellington Hospital and we are able to offer radiological investigations if this is required after the initial consultation.

Hyperventilation & Respiratory

Hyperventilation & Respiratory
Breathing and Mobilisation

Our team of Respiratory Physiotherapists work with patient to support them with breathing exercises and mobilisation. This service also includes:

  • Positioning
  • Education
  • Manual and ventilator hyperinflation
  • Weaning from mechanical ventilation
  • Non-invasive ventilation
  • Percussion, vibration and suctioning
  • Respiratory muscle strengthening
Acute Neurological Rehabilitation

Acute Neurological Rehabilitation
Long term therapy programmes

The rehabilitation advisors work alongside the clinical and admissions team and are available to answer any clinical enquiries relating to referral and admission.

They also complete pre admission assessments for any patients referred from within the UK. The aim of these assessments is to establish the aims for the admission, the estimated length of stay and to ascertain any special requirements for the admission.