Our team of highly experienced physiotherapists have appointments available to start treatment immediately with no waiting lists and without need of a medical referral.
Our practice was established in 1990 by Judith Seddon at Wrexham Rugby Club, the practice has been at its current site in The North Wales Regional Tennis Centre since June 2000. At Wrexham Physiotherapy Clinic we have an enviable reputation for the treatment of our clients due to our extensive experience and knowledge of musculo-skeletal conditions. All of our staff are members of The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (MCSP) and are registered with the Health & Care Professions Council (HPCP). Employing a number of
Chartered Physiotherapists, the clinic has 4 individual treatment rooms, a separate waiting area & administration office. In addition the Tennis Centre site offers ample parking & disabled access, along with onsite gym facilities & a café.
We utilise a range of electrotherapy equipment and a traction unit to complement our 'hands-on' manual/manipulative therapy. We also offer Extra Corporeal Shock Wave, which traditionally has only been available to patients on a private basis via consultant referral. We can now offer this treatment to any clients without the need to see a hospital based surgeon. We also provide occupational Health services to a number of local and multi-national corporate clients, sports clubs & insurance companies/solicitors following personal injuries. We are also fully qualified in medico-legal reporting & are able to submit reports to a court of law to support any medico-legal claims made by our clients if requested. Home visits may also be arranged for clients who are unable to attend the practice. We provide physiotherapy treatment without consulting your GP. Alternatively your Doctor or Specialist may refer you for treatment. (See our appointments page for more details) It is advisable to consult your insurance company as to the conditions and level of cover.
What is physiotherapy? Physiotherapy is a degree-based healthcare profession. Physios use their knowledge and skills to improve a range of conditions associated with different systems of the body. Physiotherapists help people affected by injury, illness or disability through movement and exercise, manual therapy, education and advice. They maintain health for people of all ages, helping patients to manage pain and prevent disease. The profession helps to encourage development and facilitate recovery, enabling people to stay in work and helping them to remain independent for as long as possible.
Conditions We Treat
We are able to offer treatment & advice on many other conditions, if you require further information please call to discuss your requirements
Wrexham Physiotherapy & Sports Injuries clinic are one of the few physiotherapy clinics in the area to be able to offer Shockwave Therapy to our clients. Traditionally this modality has only been available privately via a hospital consultant, resulting in a large financial outlay. We are pleased to provide this treatment at our standard treatment[…]
Dizziness and vertigo are common symptoms reported by adults. They are symptoms that can result from a peripheral vestibular disorder (a dysfunction of the balance organs of the inner ear) or central vestibular disorder (a dysfunction of one or more parts of the central nervous system that help process balance and spatial information). People with[…]
A condition causing pain around the outside of the elbow. It often develops as a result of a strain or overuse of the muscles and tendon in the forearm. Treated with deep massage, manipulation, electro therapy and exercises
There is increasing evidence that physiotherapy is helpful in reducing pain & increasing jaw function in patients with TMDs. Physiotherapy is a conservative, reversible treatment. It does not invade the tissues of the face, jaw or joint, or involve surgery. It does not cause permanent change in the structure or position of the jaw or[…]
Common conditions that cause pain around the shoulder include rotator cuff tendinitis, rotator cuff tear or impingement. All results in irritation and inflammation of the tendons causing pain and restricted range of movement can occur following a specific injury or as a result of degenerative changes in the joint. Treatment involves techniques to reduce inflammation,[…]
A repetitive strain injury (RSI) is an “injury to the musculoskeletal and nervous systems that may be caused by repetitive tasks, forceful exertions, vibrations, mechanical compression, or sustained or awkward positions Specifically, repetitive strain injury is known as an occupational overuse syndrome that affects nerves tendons and muscles. A list of common repetitive strain injury[…]
Pelvic girdle pain (PGP) or symphysis pubis dysfunction (SPD) is common in pregnancy; it includes pain anywhere from the lumbar spine/abdomen down to the thigh, either at the front or back. The pain may range from a mild ache to severe pain which limits your daily activities. This may start at any time during pregnancy,[…]
After 6-8 weeks broken bones may have healed, however the joints nearby are often stiff, the muscles tight or weak and there may be swelling. This makes it difficult to use the affected limb normally and may cause pain. Attending physiotherapy aims to pinpoint the problem and increase mobility as well as reduce long term[…]
A wide range of Neurological conditions can be treated by our specialist Neurophysiotherapists, including: Stroke, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Brain Injury, Parkinson’s Disease, Spinal Cord Injury, Motor Neurone Disease, Elderly Mobility Difficulties, Vestibular Dysfunction (Dizziness) Our team will assess your condition & requirements & will offer individual treatment programmes and advice tailored to your needs.
Pain in the neck can be due to injury, a mechanical or muscular problem, a trapped nerve caused by a bulge in one of the discs between the vertebrae, or from arthritis of the neck. It can range from mild discomfort to severe, debilitating pain. If the pain has lasted more than three months, it’s[…]
Frozen shoulder is a condition that leads to pain and stiffness of the shoulder. It’s also known as adhesive capsulitis or shoulder contracture. The symptoms tend to gradually get worse over a number of months or years. You’ll typically experience shoulder pain for the first two to nine months, which can be severe, followed by[…]
Physiotherapy can sometimes start immediately after the fracture has been immobilised. Physiotherapy during fracture healing will concentrate on promoting healing, encouraging weight bearing (if appropriate), maintaining strength of weakened muscles, maintaining range of movement of the affected and surrounding joints & reducing pain & swelling After your fracture has healed and / or your cast[…]
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a type of obstructive lung disease characterized by long-term poor airflow. The main symptoms include shortness of breath and cough with sputum production. Chronic bronchitis and emphysema are older terms used for different types of COPD[ Physiotherapy treatment aims to remove excess bronchial secretion and reduce the airflow obstruction, establish the coordinated[…]
Chronic pain is long-term pain that lasts longer than 12 weeks. The physical effects of chronic pain include tense muscles, limited mobility, lack of energy, and changes in appetite. Emotional effects include depression, anger, anxiety and fear of re-injury. This fear may hamper a person’s ability to return to normal work or leisure activities. Common sources of chronic[…]
Calcification happens when calcium builds up in body tissue, it can occur in almost any part of the body. This build up can harden and disrupt your body’s normal processes. Some calcium build up is harmless. These deposits are believed to be the body’s response to inflammation, injury, or certain biological processes. However, some calcifications[…]
Back pain is a musculo-skeletal disorder which affects millions of people every year & is the biggest cause of people being off sick from work. Back pain has a wide variety of causes including muscle spasm, ligament strains, prolapsed intervertebral discs, joint arthritis, fractures and infection. Some back pain is classed as ‘mechanical pain’ as[…]
Sports injuries are refering to sprains, strains, torn muscles, ligaments, dislocations etc. Whilst bones represent the skeletal structure or foundation of the body, the skin, muscles, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, bursa, joints, blood, water and lymph represent the soft tissue that surrounds the skeleton. It is this soft tissue that may become damaged as a result[…]