PNist in Pelvic Pain Support Network a year ago
Hello everyone, thanks for answering my previous questions. I think my PN is mainly caused by tight muscles and it spreaded the week it star...
Hidden in Fibromyalgia Action UK 4 years ago
Does anyone see a physio regularly and do they do any good? I saw one for a couple of weeks for my neck pain, he messaged my neck muscle...
HanLea in Fibromyalgia Action UK 7 months ago
Good morning everyone, hope you are all feeling as well as you can today!
So I have my first physiotherapy session tomorrow and I just wonder...
lefraorchard in Fibromyalgia Action UK 3 years ago
Saw a physiotherapist last week two were there in fact, felt a bit of a fool standing there whilst they discussed my legs lol. Anyway...
Has anyone had physiotherapy on the NHS? I have an appointment on Tuesday to see a physiotherapist at the hospital for pain in my neck/sh...
john_z in PSP Association 5 years ago
We are thinking about starting physiotherapy for my dad.So,we contacted a physiotherapist but we had a strange answer.He said that he is not...
cathie in NRAS 3 years agoPOPULAR
There isn't often much discussion about physio. In the past I was offered a short 3 session course which gave me exercises but not much else...
Stretchygirl in Pain Concern 2 years ago
For the past 10 years, I have been having physiotherapy on my knee (both left and right) on and off due to EDS Type III (Hypermobility...
ramada in LUPUS UK 2 years ago
I have sle lupus and suffer with sever back nerve pain and numbness with my both knees.I have mobility issues and most days I can't even st...
Hidden in NRAS 6 years ago
Hi - I've been going to the physio since just before my formal diagnosis of RA. My GP referred me a while back when I told him that I found ...
Asthma & Physiotherapy
Weezer in Asthma UK community forum 6 months ago
I am looking to start physiotherapy for better breathing exercises and overall better asthma management. Does anyone have any advice or ...
expatfibro in Fibromyalgia Action UK 4 years ago
Excruciating pain and almost total immobility finally forced me into the arms (pun very much intended) of a chiropractor and a physiotherapi...
Physiotherapy and Fibro
LindseyMid in Fibromyalgia Action UK 6 years ago
It has come to my attention that a few of our members here have struggled to access useful physiotherapy. This is such a shame as appropriat...
Pandakid21 in STARS 6 months ago
Hi everyone, just wondering if any of you lovely people have been referred to a balance specialist and had physiotherapy with them ? I'm at ...
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Hidden in Asthma UK community forum 3 years ago
Following 2 admissions and 8 other flare ups needing pred in the last 7 months, consultant had referred me for physio. My first session is...
Physiotherapy and Endo
JoanneKeene in Endometriosis UK a year ago
I've just joined the page and I would appreciate other experiences. Quick background, 44 years old; polycystic ovaries since my teenage y...
Pain and physiotherapy
Lorraineam in Breast Cancer Haven 2 years ago
I had my mastectomy in November and was given physio exercises to do 3 times a day. At first, I had pain in my left arm when stretching, bu...
Hidden in Asthma UK community forum 9 years ago
When I was in hospital a few months ago the doc told me that I would benefit from some physio to try and get my symptoms under con...
My father had his 14th physiotherapy today.We have seen improvement from these therapies.Of course, i am not talking for a major difference,...
Physiotherapy for migraine
walker47 in National Migraine Centre a year ago
I get migraines infrequently, but when I get them they are very bad, totally incapacitating. I have recently had a few weeks physiotherapy, ...
Happylondon in Asthma UK community forum 2 years ago
I had my first experience in a long time..they used to slap you to loosen the mucus but that was much more interesting.
I learned how to bre...
Chiropractic or physiotherapy?
coetzeegisela in Pain Concern 4 years agoPOPULAR
coetzeegisela in Headway 4 years ago
Anyone know about neuro-physiotherapy for 'medical vertigo'? Any responses appreciated, with thanks.
Painpainpain in Endometriosis UK 4 months agoPOPULAR
I have heard good things about this for Endometriosis and scar tissue as anyone on here tried it and did it help the pain and if so how long...
Physiotherapy research ideas
BethanyBateman in British Lung Foundation 5 months ago
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapists is doing some exciting work, deciding what are the most important things to research abou...
Looking for physiotherapy for possible neuropathy
Hidden in Pain Concern 6 months ago
Hello, I am new here and on a long waiting list to get diagnosed on NHS, another two months to go. There was a mistake in the doctor's surge...
Don't forget physiotherapy....
Anne-NRAS in JIA Parents 2 years ago
Interesting article from Medcare on JIA and the importance of physiotherapy
Increased pain following physiotherapy ?
Caz28 in Pain Concern a year ago
Hi all, I sustained a multi fragmentary wrist fracture in January and was lucky to escape having to have pins and plates. I have osteoporosi...
hospital physiotherapy & improving life's
Hidden in British Lung Foundation 9 months agoPOPULAR
When my dad was in hospital with broken hip.
Was wondering how we could mobilise him with is walking frame.
Given threshold grippers in our ho...
Problems at physiotherapy class
marytea13 in PSP Association 3 years agoPOPULAR
Hi I go to physio on Tuesdays - all in the class have Parkinson D except me - whose diagnosis of PSP - p is still not decided. The wife of ...
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