Most episodes of neck pain are due to muscle strain or soft tissue sprain (ligaments, tendons), but it can also be caused by a sudden force (whiplash). These types of neck pain often improve with time and non-surgical care, such as physiotherapy. But if neck pain continues or worsens, there is often a specific condition that requires treatment. Cervical degenerative disc disease, cervical herniated disc, cervical stenosis, and cervical arthritis can all lead to neck pain, limit range of motion and reduce overall function.
Other common issues following surgery are decreased range of motion, weakness and adhesions of the skin near the scar.
4.6 out of 5 stars
4 out of 5 starsposted 2 months ago
There are some very good physio therapists. They take care of their patients and aid in their recovery from illness. I only gave them a four-star rating because I was dissatisfied with the size of the clinic, the level of congestion, and the outdated nature of the beds and clinic.
If not, they deserve 5 stars
4 out of 5 starsposted 1 month ago
I went for foot therapy and was very impressed with the knowledge of my therapist and all the instruments they have , the only thing I would recommend is if they can start early by an hour to allow for working people to come to the clinic
5 out of 5 starsposted 2 months ago
I went for an knee ACL degenerations.. Very happy with th treatment given by the physio.. Extremely good recovery without meds..Spending almost 45 minutes with each client.. Good work Dr.