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Services

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Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy helps restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury, illness or disability. Physiotherapy is an evidenced-based practice, which involves many of the aspects listed below; from advice and education to manual therapy to rehabilitation and exercise prescription. At JDB Physio we look at the body as a whole and not just the injury itself. Whether your injury is affecting you in a sporting aspect or in your day to day life JDB Physio is happy to help. 

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Rehabilitation

Is an important aspect of your treatment and recovery. Bespoke exercises and rehabilitation programme is set up by JDB Physio to ensure efficient return to sport, hobbies or simply taking your dog for a walk. Rehabilitation can also be used pre-surgery to try and enable the best result following the surgery.

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Acupuncture/ Dry Needling

Acupuncture is a treatment derived from ancient Chinese medicine. Fine needles are inserted at certain sites in the body for therapeutic effect. Acupuncture is often seen as a form of complementary alternative medicine.

Western medical acupuncture is the use of acupuncture following a medical diagnosis. It involves stimulating sensory nerves under the skin and in the muscles of the body. This results in the body producing natural substances, such as pain-relieving endorphins. It's likely that these naturally released substances are responsible for the beneficial effects experienced with acupuncture.

Traditional acupuncture is based on the belief that an energy flows through the body in channels called meridians. This energy flow is known as ‘Qi’ and this is interrupted when you are in pain or have an illness. The Acupuncture treatment helps restore the energy flowing through the body back to its normal state. Jade has been practicing Acupuncture since 2012 gaining her BMAS qualification under Kam-Wah Mak. Jade us an active member of the AACP to continue her CPD.

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Cupping/ Ghua Sha

Cupping is a type of alternative therapy that originated in China. It involves placing cups on the skin to create suction. Cupping increases blood circulation to the area where the cups are placed. This may relieve muscle tension, which can improve overall blood flow and promote cell repair. It may also help form new connective tissues and create new blood vessels in the tissue.

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Clinical Pilates 

Clinical Pilates is led by a Physiotherapist tailoring the sessions to individual needs, taking
into account medical history and individual abilities. A one-to-one assessment is carried out
prior to the class to help individuals with the understanding and principles of Pilates. Often
homework is given out prior to starting the class to try and help you not feel too out of your
depth before starting the classes.


Classes are currently run in small groups of 5 to allow for the social distancing in this current
climate but also to have the help when needed by the instructor. Online Pilates classes are
also available via Zoom, which are in slightly bigger groups for those that would like to do it
in the comfort of your own home. It can also be a nice break to have from the monotony of
sitting at your desk all day.


Our instructors are APPI Matwork Level 2 qualified and have been delivering classes for the
past 5 years

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Taping/ Strapping

Over the year Jade has learnt many different taping techniques either to help stabilise or facilitate a joint or muscle. Pre-match strapping and taping is also available on request.

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Running Technique

Jade has previously worked as part of the team at ‘The Running School’ and is trained in how to educate you on running technique and has many tips to help improve your efficiency and speed. Jade uses video analysis to help provide feedback and education.

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Event Physiotherapy

Experienced in Sports Trauma first aid and providing event and pitch side Physiotherapy cover for all sports teams. Personal experiences in Rugby, American football, Judo, gymnastics and ballet.

Pricing

Physiotherapy Assessment (45 mins): £50

Physiotherapy follow up (30-45mins): £50

Online Assessment (45 mins): £38

Online follow up (30mins): £33

Rehabilitation (30-45 mins): £50 

Rehabilitation (60 mins): £75

Massage therapy (30 mins): £35

Massage therapy (45 mins): £45

Massage therapy (60 mins): £60

Clinical Pilates:

Initial block of 6 group class including Assessment: £100,

Continues block of 6 £60,

Initial online block including assessment: £69,

Continued online block of 6: £39

Acupuncture: £50

Cupping: £50

Taping (15 mins): £15

Home visit Physiotherapy POA

Pitchside Physiotherapy POA

Running Assessment (45 mins): £50

Running Assessment (60 mins): £75

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