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Assessment and diagnosis

Getting to the bottom of the problem quickly is the key to successful treatment.

We will perform a detailed assessment on your first consultation in order to understand exactly what the problem is and as treatment proceeds we’ll be reassessing your progress to ensure you’re getting better and reaching your goals. Sometimes we may need to liaise with your GP too to ensure we have all the information we need.

Assessment and diagnosis resources

Do I need a joint replacement?

This is an increasingly common question being asked by our patients. Why is this? The prevalence of joint replacements in England is increasing all th...

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What is subacromial pain syndrome (SAPS)?

As physiotherapists we see a lot of shoulder problems in clinic and, of these, there is one condition that is the commonest cause of shoulder pain ...

Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome

Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome is a relatively common condition affecting the outside of the hip. Historically this has been a stubborn to treat b...

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