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Physiotherapy Amber Valley 

A Wealth of Experience 

Acute Injuries 

Chronic Pain 

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Diane Turner, owner & founder of Fizzio-Fit, has been 
established for almost 30 years and is dedicated to the 
prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of sports injuries and musculoskeletal problems, using physiotherapy and other techniques all designed to promote your health and wellbeing. 
Using techniques of Chatered Physiotherapy, Remedial Massage, Manipulation, Electrotherapy and Exercise Advice, Diane and her colleagues are able to trace the pain or injury back to the original area of damage. 
Physiotherapy is suitable for a wide range of injuries.  
Treatment sessions usually combine a variety of techniques with visits kept to a minimum and ongoing support available at the end of the phone. Whilst some injuries require ongoing attention, others may improve with fewer sessions but adequate advice - no strung out treatments for the sake of it! 
What Should I Wear? 
Wear some comfortable clothing such as a loose top, tracksuit or shorts (not too long) and trainers that you feel able to move around in easily. Your therapist needs to visually assess you in terms of movement and posture, as well as move different areas of your body, so these need to be accessible and visible. 
Can I bring someone with me? 
You are more than welcome to have someone chaperone you during your treatment. In some cases a chaperone is compulsory, such as for children or someone with special needs. 
Treatment will begin with a full assessment and physical examination to establish the cause and nature of your condition. After this, the therapist will look at the results and consider your past medical history to determine, in conjunction with your wishes, what treatment is most fitting for your needs.  
You will always receive hands on treatment during your initial visit to improve your comfort levels from the moment we meet. 
Even the most acute conditions may be worked upon with the aid of electrotherapy. If in doubt just ask! 
For Further information or To make an appointment  
Call Diane on 01773 749512 or  
TEXT 0783 700 7242 
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Massage can be especially helpful for the problems that most people experience as they grow older. Gentle massage can be used to soothe conditions such as muscle stiffness and soreness, loss of flexibility, arthritis, tendonitis, bursitis, and help with respiratory disorders such as asthma and emphysema.  
In addition, it has been found that for many elderly people, massage provides the sense of nurturing that comes from being gently and respectfully touched. Elderly people with Alzheimer's or who have had a stroke and find it hard to communicate verbally benefit greatly from massage. 
Very frail or modest clients can benefit just as much from a foot, hand or neck and shoulder massage whilst seated rather than the need to get on a couch. 
Massage can be a very enjoyable and extremely relaxing experience, and there are numerous healthy benefits that can be gained from this treatment. Whether it be physiotherapy, massage, sports injury or anything else, we can help. 
Regular massage will help you maintain a healthier body, prevent injuries, restore mobility to injured muscle tissue, and boost your performance. 
Not only can Remedial Massage help to heal an injury, but it is also extremely useful in preventing the injury from occurring in the first place. This is done by using specialised massage techniques to manipulate the soft tissues of the body. 
Contact the leading Physiotherapy, Sports Injury and  
Wellness Clinic in Amber Valley to find out more. 
Sports Injuries 
Ligament Tears 
Tennis Elbow 
Knee Pain 
Achilles Problems 
Frozen Shoulder 
Circulation Problems 
Back Pain 
Hand, Fingers & Wrist 
Heel Pain 
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome 
Muscle Strains 
Disc Problems 
Sciatic Pain 
Jaw Pain 
Repetetive Strain Injury (RSI) 
Whiplash Injuries 
Plus much more 
Muscular Tension 
Hip Pain 
Arthritic Pain 
Neck Pain 
Collapsed Arches 
Increases blood flow to the injured area: 
This allows a faster transportation of nutrients and cells needed in the healing process to the site of the injury. 
Increased lymphatic flow: 
The lymphatic system carries waste and debris away from the site of an injury. It is also responsible for swelling which puts pressure on nerve endings, causing pain. The more quickly the lymphatics can flow and drain away, the more quickly the swelling and pain will reduce. 
Reduced stress: 
Stress and tension hinder the healing process and disrupts sleep at night, the time your body works best at recovering from injury. 
Reduced tension: 
Quite simply, the more tense and tight a muscle is, the less blood is able to flow in and out of it. Blood contains all the oxygen and nutrients your muscles needs to operate healthily. A restriction in the blood flow both causes and results in aches and pains and creates susceptibility to injury. 
Breaks down scar tissue and fibrous adhesions: 
When a past injury heals of its own accord, fibrous tissue can develop at the site of the original problem. Using specialised remedial techniques, this fibrous tissue can be broken down allowing joints and muscles to move more freely and therefore increasing mobility. It will also reduce any pain created by restriction of or friction on the tissues around these joints or muscles. 
Whatever your problem, Diane or one of her colleagues will be only too pleased to help. 
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