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Our Services

We specialise in offering:

General Physiotherapy

We treat patients of all ages from office workers to elite marathon runners affected by injuries, illnesses or disabilities. We diagnose the problem and carry out the most appropriate treatment to relieve pain, improve movement, flexibility and strength as well as preventing reocurrence. We take a holistic approach and involve our patients directly in their own care, prescribing a wide range of exercises.

We treat a wide range of conditions such as:

Back pain, neck pain, whiplash, arthritis, RSI, RTA and Occupational injury

Our treatment methods include:

  • Manual therapy techniques for manipulation of the joints and tissues
  • Biomechanical and muscle balance assessment
  • Electrotherapy such as ultrasound and interferential
  • Aquatic therapy
  • Movement and exercise
  • Heat/Cold Treatments
  • Acupuncture/Dry Needling and Cupping
  • Kinesio Taping

Sports Physiotherapy

Our specialist sports physios are highly experienced in the assessment and treatment of soft tissue injuries, with award winning knowledge of biomechanics, tissue pathology and healing. They carry out a thorough assessment, treatment and rehabilitation for all musculoskeletal injuries in the elite or amateur athlete.

For complaints including:

  • Overuse injuries and stress fractures
  • Muscle tears, tendon and ligament sprains
  • Knee, ankle and foot injuries
  • Shoulder injuries, tennis/golfer elbow, hand and wrist pain

Sports Massage

Sports Massage is a deep tissue massage designed to stimulate muscles and release tension that builds up in the body's soft tissues due to over-use, after injury, through inactivity or simply the stresses and strains of everyday life. Our skilled sports massage therapists will assess your individual needs and tailor your treatment to the specific areas which require attention, using a variety of techniques and trigger pointing to remove those painful knots and ease away any tension.

Postural Correction

Posture is the position in which you hold your body upright against gravity while standing, sitting or lying down. Good posture is essential for maintaining a healthy body. When your spine is not in proper alignment the back muscles, ligaments, discs and joints are all put under unnecessary extra stress. This can cause muscle strain, joint stiffness, increased wear and tear on your discs and ultimately pain.

Good posture makes you look great, feel more energetic and project confidence. It also helps prevent injury and reduce pain.

Changing your posture is hard! You will have to change old habits and learn new motor patterns.

Our physios will help guide you in this process by identifying any tight or weak muscles (muscle imbalances) that may be causing you to maintain a poor posture and also any joint stiffness of hypo mobility (lack of movement) that may cause poor posture. They will assess the alignment of your spine, pelvis and sacrum and assess to see if you have a leg length difference.

By using a variety of treatment techniques our physios will then correct your alignment, muscle imbalance, nerve extensibility and ensure you have the strength in your stability and core muscles to maintain your new improved posture!

Post-Operative Rehabilitation

Our physios regularly communicate with orthopaedic surgeons and specialist consultants to ensure they have up to date knowledge of the latest surgical techniques and recovery protocols. We are able to guide patients through a step-by-step management and rehabilitation plan to ensure they understand what to expect at each stage.

We specialise in rehabilitation after:

  • Knee Surgery, including ACL reconstructions
  • Shoulder Surgery, including Rotator Cuff Repairs
  • Groin and Hip Surgery
  • Spinal Surgery
  • Foot and Ankle Surgery

Women's Health - Pregnancy Physio

Our specialist physios understand the strain (and sometimes heart ache) of trying to become pregnant, the difficulty (and sometimes pain) of being pregnant and the pain (but always worth it!) that childbirth can have on your body.

They have a special interest in using acupuncture to support you in your fertility to:

  • Regulate your menstrual cycle
  • Help relieve the effects of dysmenorrhoea and endometriosis
  • Work alongside IVF or in isolation to support and prepare your womb
  • Induce labour

During pregnancy as our bodies expand and adapt there can be a wide variety of aches and pains that comes with this. Our specialist physios are there to support you with the physical discomfort using hands on treatment, providing you with the correct supports, using strapping and acupuncture to relieve pain and discomfort and teaching you the correct exercises to support your body through each phase.

After childbirth you will be faced with a few more challenges´┐Żeach bringing its own set of aches and pains. We are here to help you get your body back to its former strong self, so you can enjoy your new addition without any unnecessary discomfort.

Acupuncture

This Chinese art of medicine dates back many thousands of years. Small needles are inserted into specific points of the body to promote the free flow of the body's Qi (energy) and to bring the body into its natural balance.

Acupuncture is almost for everyone! It is evidence based and can treat specific disorders, it can also be used for maintenance treatment of long term conditions or to prevent injuries. Stress and illness can present itself in your body through muscular aches and pains, which acupuncture can treat quickly and effectively. Western medical acupuncture is carried out after diagnosis and encourages the body to release endorphins (natural pain killers), serotonin (happy hormones) and melatonin (enables sleep) as well as regulating hormone balance which can reduce stress.

Ergonomic Assessment

Ergonomic Assessments are required if you want to address in detail individual worker requirements to improve health, comfort and productivity in the workplace, when a medical condition or ongoing symptoms are experienced. Applying ergonomics to the workplace can: reduce the potential for accidents; reduce the potential for injury and ill health as well as improving performance and productivity. Ergonomics is typically known for solving physical problems, however ergonomics also deals with psychological and social aspects of the person and their work.

Our physiotherapists are trained in biomechanics enabling them to offer advice on the correct set-up of desks and computers, as a poorly arranged office workstation can majorly contribute to musculoskeletal problems, pain and stiffness to wrists, shoulders and back. A review of the current set-up is carried out before recommendations are made and if any new equipment is required, however most issues are solved on site at little or no cost. We can arrange individual, group, half or full day company pricing for workstation assessments.

For more information on our services or to book an appointment please call us on 020 7488 3545 or email admin@djn-associates.co.uk

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