At Woodfield Physiotherapy, we believe it is important to look at the body as a “whole”. A thorough initial assessment with a physiotherapist will take into account previous medical history, work and lifestyle. Along with a physical assessment this will enable us to devise a tailored treatment program, recovery time or onward referral if required.
We use a hands-on approach to help alleviate pain, restore joint movement and use rehabilitation to enable you to return to everyday activities and sport as quickly as possible. We have a team of highly skilled physiotherapists offering expert assessment and treatment. We have developed an enviable reputation for delivering expert care and work closely with GP’s and Consultants from across the region.
We have a large well equipped gym for physiotherapy rehabilitation at our Bedfordshire clinic. This new space provides an area for rehabilitation of sports injuries, gait analysis, balance work, plyometrics and strength training under guidance from our physios. We also offer Laser therapy for faster healing of injuries, fractures or to decrease pain.
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- Initial Assessment:
45 mins - £60
60 mins - £70
- Follow-up sessions: £53
If you have medical insurance, the charge may vary according to the contract we have with each company.
Manual Therapy & Sports Injuries
All our physiotherapists are experts in assessing an injury using a caring, experienced, pro-active approach. Our thorough consultation will guide an appropriate treatment plan and rehabilitation.
We believe hands-on physiotherapy is necessary to diagnose and treat a condition but we may also use rehabilitation and K-Laser alongside to improve recovery. Woodfield Physiotherapists are all highly skilled and experienced in treating a range of patients across Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire, so you can be sure you’ll be in safe hands. Following injury or accidents, the experience can be alarming and unsettling but we know how best to help you and get you back to a full recovery as quickly as possible. All our physiotherapists have experience in sports physiotherapy and manual therapy as a speciality.
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The innovative K-Laser is a breakthrough medical technology that we are delighted to offer at Woodfield Physiotherapy.
K-Laser has been found to accelerate the healing process and reduce pain in a large number of conditions including acute injuries and chronic pain. It has been shown to enhance patient’s capacity to return to everyday activities as well as faster return to sports. It can also be used on people with chronic pain, helping patients to manage their symptoms and reduce their use of pain medications. It is painfree and comfortable, lasting just a few minutes and usually used in conjunction with manual therapy and rehabilitation.
We offer K-Laser to patients in Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and surrounding areas including Colmworth, Shambrook, Kempston, Kimbolton, Buckden, Sandy, Huntingdon and St Neots.
Woodfield Physiotherapy in Bedfordshire is a Preferred Referral Partner for Ossur. From years of experience we know how to achieve the best fit and comfort when prescribing a brace. With our in depth knowledge, we can be trusted to find you the correct brace with good comfort and fit. We fit the the CTi OTS or CTi Custom from Ossur as well as the Unloader X for arthritis management.
The Unloader X has been specifically designed to relieve pain due to osteo-arthritis in the knee. It is a highly effective solution to OA can dramatically improve function, reduce pain and has been clinically proven to delay the need for knee replacement.
The CTi is the industry standard for stabilisation and protection of the knee following ligament injury. It provides outstanding support and can be provided off the shelf or custom-made depending on requirements.
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This service is offered by our specialist physiotherapist to men and women suffering symptoms of bladder or bowel incontinence, urgency or frequency, pelvic organ prolapse as well as pre/post pelvic surgery and pelvic floor dysfunction. These are very common conditions and our physiotherapist is highly experienced in diagnosis and giving you the best advice regarding management. We also provide antenatal and post natal care to pregnant ladies, including pelvic girdle pain, back pain and postnatal pelvic floor rehabilitation and return to exercise.
Our physiotherapist, Yegs Gounden, has over 12 years experience assessing, diagnosing and managing these conditions so patients can feel relaxed, understood and comfortable discussing sensitive matters. We provide continence physiotherapy to patients across Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire, including; Colmworth, Shambrook, Kempston, Kimbolton, Buckden, Sandy, Huntingdon and St Neots.
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Acupuncture is a form of traditional Chinese medicine which involves the insertion of very fine needles into specific points in the body.
The flow of Qi (energy) can be disturbed by a variety of factors including infection, pain, anxiety, disease, trauma and age. Acupuncture aims to restore the balance of Qi and helps you to feel well again by addressing both the underlying cause and symptoms of the problem. Acupuncture is used to ease symptoms of pain, and research has shown that it effectively stimulates the brain to produce endorphins– natural pain-relieving chemicals. It can be used alongside conventional medicine. Chartered physiotherapists, with appropriate postgraduate training, may use it to complement other physiotherapy techniques.
Our Physiotherapists at our Bedfordshire clinic may also use another form of acupuncture, called trigger point needling, in which the needle is used to release hyper-irritable taut bands of muscle that are often the cause of pain.
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VRT (vestibular rehabilitation therapy) is the assessment and treatment of symptoms related to vestibular (inner ear/balance) disorders.
These symptoms including vertigo, dizziness, nausea, poor balance, ear pain and tinnitus. Specialist physiotherapist Kate Abrahams is qualified to perform the Epley or Semont manoeuvre and can give advice and education on how to manage a large number of vestibular conditions.
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Paediatric Neuro Physio
Our Paediatric Neuro Physiotherapist, Pam Marmelstein, works with children with a wide range of conditions such as delayed development, cerebral palsy, and other neuromuscular disorders, and various paediatric orthopaedic disorders.
- Gait anomalies: In-toeing, out-toeing, unsteady gait, toe walking
- Developmental delay (delayed motor milestones, difficulty with co-ordination and balance)
- Cerebral Palsy
- Other Neurological/ Developmental disorders
Pam offers a thorough assessment to children across Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire to help diagnosis of often complex or poorly understood conditions.