Offering good quality treatments that are clinically proven, is of great importance to everyone at The Physiotherapy Centre, as well as ensuring that patients find the sessions interesting and enjoyable.
We were delighted to host a recent ‘Wellness at Work’ event for the Haslemere Chamber of Commerce.
Communication with patients is key to helping them achieve maximum results from treatment. That’s why one of The Physiotherapy Centre’s senior therapists recently took part in training on neurolinguistic programming (NLP) specifically designed for clinicians.
We are launching a new Pilates class for beginners on Thursday 8 March.Sign up to find out what makes this rehabilitation-focused activity so popular.
Physiotherapist Jenny Deeming will be speaking about exercise at work at Haslemere Chamber of Commerce's Wellness@Work event on Thursday 22 February. Find out how to book your ticket.
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Therapists at Haslemere’s Physiotherapy Centre have been giving builders free advice to help them look after their backs as part of national Back Care Awareness Week (2 to 6 October).
A brand new water-based class, Ai Chi, which can help with joint mobility, balance and spinal control will soon be introduced at The Physiotherapy Centre. In the meantime, we are currently trying out some of the Ai Chi postures in our Tuesday Backsplash class.
Pilates has been gradually gaining popularity in recent years.