Our knees are vulnerable to damage as they take all of our body weight and extra force during exercise.

Knee pain will often be present in the front or sides of the joint and can be associated with clicking or “giving way”, swelling and stiffness. This can be caused by a number of things such as damage through sports or degenerative conditions like arthritis.

Horder Healthcare physiotherapists can use the following treatment to help improve knee pain:

Manipulation and mobilisation

These techniques work on specific areas of pain in order to improve movement in the knee and related areas.

Sports Massage and taping

The massage is diagnostic in nature, to feel for strains and help prevent further injury. Sports tape may be applied to the skin to stabilise the muscles and bones to help reduce pain and support function.

Soft tissue massage

This involves manipulation of the muscles, tendons and ligaments to help alleviate pain and discomfort.

Exercise therapy

Your physiotherapist will assess you and then put together a plan of exercises tailored to your needs and condition.  These will be progressed or modified with your needs.

Acupuncture

Acupuncture can provide relief from joint, muscle and chronic pain using an ancient technique.

Physiotherapy appointment request

To book an appointment with one of our experts please complete an appointment request form today and we will aim to respond to all enquiries within one working day.

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We are a leading physiotherapy provider

  • Horder Healthcare offers physiotherapy services from The Horder Centre and several clinics located in the South East. We provide expert service and treatment affordably priced at just £50 for the initial consultation and £35 for follow up appointments. If you would like an appointment with one of our physiotherapists, please complete the form or call us on 01892 601466.

     

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  • Due to the massive increase in the number of people contracting COVID-19 and the resultant national lockdown, we have taken the difficult decision to manage the majority of our physiotherapy patients using telephone consultations.

     

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  • In addition to joint replacement surgery, we have created a list of common conditions and how a variety of physiotherapy techniques can help achieve an optimum result for every patient.

    Back 
    Hip 
    Knee
    Neck
    Shoulder

  • Due to COVID-19, there are currently no classes running at The Horder Centre and Horder Healthcare Seaford.

    We offer a range of health and wellbeing classes led by our physiotherapists and fitness experts, and you can now join our brand new live-streamed online classes using from the comfort of your home.

    Online Live-Stream Classes

  • All of our Physiotherapists are Members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (MCSP) and registered with the Health Professions Council (HPC) and attend regular training and development activities to ensure current evidence-based practice.

     

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