Dry Needling Norfolk, UK

All 4 Dry Needling Clinics in Norfolk, UK

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Body Flow Osteopathy - Joelle Fordham M.Ost(D.O) Osteopath in Norwich

Body Flow Osteopathy

Within Iris Health & Beauty, 86 Waterloo Road, Norwich, NR3 1EW
4.2 from 3 verified reviews
My little boy always comes away so relaxedEmma, UK, 28 11 21

Professional and friendly, really nice and relaxed environment. My little boy always comes away so relaxed.

Dry Needling  
Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury  
Very Good
from 18 users
North Norfolk Osteopaths - Osteopathic Clinic in the UK

North Norfolk Osteopaths

Valley Farm House,, Bintree,, Dereham, nr205nn
4.6 from 4 verified reviews
He was very enthusiastic about the help he was givenMrs, UK, 28 05 19

The appointment wasn't for me but my grandson, his wife and baby. They got on very well and have ongoing treatment for which they are very grateful. The appointment was for their baby born in February and because they got on so well. My grandson booked an appointment for his back which was giving him trouble. He was very enthusiastic about the help he was given.

Dry Needling  
Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury £45 - £50
Sciatica Treatment £45 - £50
12 more treatments
from 14 users
BounceBack Physio Ltd - Physiotherapy Clinic in the UK

BounceBack Physio Ltd

18 Old Market Place, Harleston, IP20 9BE
3.8 from 2 verified reviews
Physiotherapy at BounceBack uses physical approaches topromote, maintain and restore physical, psychological and social well being.BounceBack adopts a holistic, evidence-based approach which takes into accounteach individual’s lifestyle and specific requirements. Some of the most common conditions we see are back andneck pain, sports injuries, work-related and postural disorders, musculoskeletalinjuries and imbalances following trauma or surgery.
Dry Needling  
Physiotherapist Consultation  
Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury  
8 more treatments
from 4 users
Sustain Sports & Remedial Therapy - Mrs Katy Fagge

Sustain Sports & Remedial Therapy

1 Twickenham Road, Norwich, NR6 6NG
Sustain Sports and Remedial Therapy is run by Katy Fagge: BSc (Hons) Human Physiology Level 4 Diploma - Sports Massage Therapy Level 4 Member - Sports Massage Association Member - Sports Therapy Association Registered with Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council Certified Rock Doc - Rocktape A keen athlete for many years, I first discovered the benefits of soft tissue therapy after sustaining a knee injury whilst competing in the Triple Jump at the National AAA Championships. This left me unable to compete and in great pain for months. Fortunately, a combination of medical care and soft tissue therapy helped to get me back to full fitness, giving me the desire to help others to be free from pain and discomfort. In addition to my clinic at Highball, I am the soft tissue therapist for the British Bobsleigh and Skeleton Association. Here, surrounded by coaches and specialists from other sports medicine disciplines, I ensure that my learning continues on a daily basis. I have worked as a soft tissue therapist at the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games; the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games; and will be at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Dry Needling £10 - £40
Acupuncture needles are used to target trigger points - often described as ‘knots’ - of a problem muscle which contribute to pain and dysfunction. Needles are inserted directly into the trigger point, which jump-starts the local nerve system, releases the knot, and increases the blood flow to the area. Dry needling is of particular benefit in treating deep muscle tissue that is more difficult to manage with sports massage.
Sports Injury Rehabilitation - Strapping and Taping  
Can help prevent injury, prevent reoccurence of injury when returning to sport, and provide compression and support to an injured joint. The role of tape is to prevent excess or abnormal movement, and provide support to the muscles surrounding the joint that may be under additional strain. Kinesiology Taping is used to relax overused muscles and stimulate underused muscles. The tape has a lifting effect on the skin, which can reduce swelling and inflammation by improving circulation, and give pain relief by reducing the pressure on local pain receptors. The elastic properties can also be used to limit or encourage specific motion at a joint.
STT - Soft Tissue Therapy £10 - £40
1 more treatment
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