Welcome to the Court Clinic
The Court Clinic is dedicated to evidence-based treatment and prevention of musculoskeletal injuries. This includes sports injuries, back and neck pain as well as biomechanical disorders. We have a special area of expertise in the treatment of foot and ankle and biomechanical disorders.
We guarantee you treatment by an experienced Chartered Physiotherapist , who is registered with CORU and skilled in the area of musculoskeletal medicine. Our philosophy is to treat holistically, to look further than the current symptoms and treat the underlying cause to prevent recurrence.
Foot and Ankle
Our team at The Court Clinic have a longstanding interest in the treatment of Foot and Ankle problems. We take a broad approach offering a comprehensive assessment, followed by treatment, rehabilitation, orthotic prescription and shoe advice. We liaise closely with our Foot and Ankle Orthopaedic Surgeons as associate members of IOFAS and EFAS.
Adequate rehabilitation is especially important in Foot and Ankle to restore function and decrease tissue stress. An ankle sprain is a prime example of this as it is the most likely injury to recur in the body, which can lead to chronic ankle instability and ankle arthritis. We use a state of the art dynamic system called the Myolux evolution to assess and guide in the rehabilitation of these ankles.
Our process involves using modified off the shelf orthotics initially as you progress through your rehabilitation journey. This allows improvements in your condition to occur before making your more long term custom devices. We use a variety of laboratories for our custom devices. These can be traditionally vacuum-formed or custom printed depending on requirements.
Biomechanics is the science of identifying and compensating for irregularities in the skeleton. These can be caused by neurological or musculoskeletal issues.Â If your skeleton is misaligned for whatever reason then it is unlikely that the structure will be able to support itself as intended.
Faulty patterns of movement can occur, leading to muscle imbalance. We carefully assess the level in the chain where the imbalance is occurring and address the issues in order to re-establish good functional alignment. This may be achieved through physiotherapy, exercise therapy and may include orthotics and careful shoe selection.
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- Musculoskeletal problems
- Sports Injuries
- Lower Limb Biomechanical problems
- Foot and ankle pain
- Orthopaedic conditions
- Postural problems
- Post joint replacement
- Sprains and Strains
- Tennis Elbow
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