Physiotherapy can be used to treat a number of different conditions such as back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain and sports injuries. At JMC Physiocures we provide flexible appointments with a number of hands-on treatment approaches tailored to your individual needs. We have clinics in Airdrie, Coatbridge, Rutherglen and Motherwell covering North Lanarkshire, South Lanarkshire and Glasgow. We also provide on-site Physiotherapy services and Home Physiotherapy within Glasgow and Lanarkshire.
JMC Physiocures got to the root of both problems quickly and offered innovative and long lasting solutions to both injuries
Physiotherapy, at JMC Physiocures, is a “hands on” manual therapy for the treatment of injuries to joints, muscles, tendons, nerves, ligaments and fascia.
Our Physiotherapists understand how and why these structures move and why pain and injury occur and we aim to restore normal movement allowing the affected tissues to repair in a balanced and appropriate way. At JMC Physiocures we use a wide range of skills to treat a variety of problems including:
Following an initial comprehensive assessment, a full objective examination and hands on assessment with functional testing is performed to establish a diagnosis.
Treatment may involve different ways of relieving pain, restoring function, flexibility and strength. Skills and techniques used may include mobilisations of joints and or soft tissues, manipulation, postural correction, electrotherapy, exercises and muscle rehabilitation.
JMC Physiocures also provide advice with Self Help and Preventative Rehabilitation Programmes.
Recent studies have suggested that for every £1 spent on Physiotherapy saves businesses £3 in reduced absence, improved productivity and staff satisfaction.
At JMC Physiocures we provide Physiotherapy services to a number of local businesses. These can be customised to your specific needs and include:
If you feel you would like to discuss any condition prior to making an appointment, please feel free to call one of the above numbers or find a physiotherapist close to you via the contact us page.
Alternatively you can e-mail any questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are full members of the C.S.P (The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy), the A.A.C.P (The Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists) and also the HCPC (Health & Care Professions Council).