Physiotherapy in Carlingford
Welcome to Move Well Physiotherapy
Move Well Physiotherapy is located in Carlingford and provides physiotherapy that meets individuals particular needs. Services are comprehensive and safe including a wide range of problems. Our specialty area is shoulder pain.
Why are we exceptional?
Consultations are scheduled to be one-to-one with your physiotherapist and last usually more than half an hour.
On your arrival, you have the chance to discuss your diagnosis and treatment options and be able to understand what the problem is and the aim of your physiotherapy program.
So, there is always enough time for you to discuss your concerns and worries with your physiotherapist.
The techniques are based on the evidence relating to the research and are proven to be the most effective interventions.
Our mission is to work with you towards the healing and well being and follow the latest developments in physiotherapy.
Osteoarthritis and what really matters
Stop neck pain and headache
Posture correction instructions
Exercise Your Pain Away
This is a new course. Find out more here.
Neck exercises at home with resistance
Correcting your sitting posture
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