Established 15 years ago by Andrew Seary, Seary Physiotherapy provides a hands-on service focused on assessment, treatment, rehabilitation and prevention of a variety of conditions from sporting injuries to back pain, sciatica and whiplash etc.
Based in the heart of Whitchurch, we pride ourselves on giving our clients the right support and knowledge to manage their conditions effectively. You can be assured that you are in very capable hands, we only employ qualified personnel to support all our clients individual needs.
For more information or to make an appointment call us on 029 20628365 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Workplace Physiotherapy is a Company developed by Andrew Seary in and rebranded in 2003 to provide a quality, innovative resource for Companies and Local Authorities in South Wales to Prevent, Treat and Rehabilitate employees.
Running has become a more popular activity, from the elite athlete to the jogger ! Seary Physiotherapy will assess you as an individual and analyse you on a treadmill and set out goals of treatment and advice on appropriate rehabilitation.
With demand for treatment of Cycling Injuries increasing over the past few years, Seary Physiotherapy has developed a 60 minute Assessment for Cyclists of all abilities, we assess you from a Physiotherapy point of view, Injuries, Training Patterns etc...
The most important part of any Physiotherapy Treatment is the Assessment and subsequent Diagnosis. Seary Physiotherapy prides itself on our Assessment of the Whole Body , not just the "damaged" site to provide a clinical diagnosis to the injury and its causes.
Benefits of Acupuncture
Acupuncture is used in the "West" by a variety of Medical Practitioners, many Physiotherapists use it in conjunction with traditional Physiotherapy techniques. There are very few side effects with only a few conditions that we can not use it with, eg pregnancy, epilepsy, or on certain drugs (Heparin, Steroids etc..). It is used for pain relief as well to help stimulate the healing process or reduce tension in trigger spots.