Expert Physiotherapy

Fife Physiotherapy Centre is the place for expert Physiotherapists in Dunfermline & Fife. If you are suffering from any pain, stiffness or sports injuries, including elbow pain, knee pain, muscular, tendons or ligaments pain, please book an appointment with us by calling 01383 229722 or book online. We will help you relieve the pain.

We provide bespoke treatments for trapped Nerve pain in the neck & shoulders, which causes pins and needles in your hands. We also provide treatments for Sciatic Nerve or Sciatica pain which cause pain and numbness in your legs. We use the most suitable Hands-On treatment according to your condition, followed by clinical and home exercises.

We can help you to relieve pain improve joints’ range of motion, and provide you solid advice on strengthening your muscle tissues to avoid the injury from happening again.  We set your short & long-term fitness goals to achieve a quicker recovery.

Physiotherapy Fife Centre is the place of bespoke clinical excellence for consultation and treatment. If you need to avoid and move after your personal/ sports injury or want to enjoy playing with your kids or grandkids. We can assist you in doing simple things you love to do without pain, stiffness and restricted movement.

Xray ScanOur first priority is your health. Whether you want recovery from personal/ sports injury, physical deformity, or if you are an athlete and want to improve your performance. We will help you develop several rehabilitation programs to meet your goals and improve your quality of life.

The physiotherapy Fife center provides friendly and strictly confidential services. A Chartered Physiotherapist will advise you on the best treatment option according to your health condition. We also offer to combine therapies along with physiotherapy (to achieve better and quicker results). These combined therapies include:

We aim to critically understand your problem and help you achieve your health goals after your injury.

Stage 1: Assessment & Diagnosis

physio dunfermline - physiotherapist dunfermline - Subjective & Objective assessment is the essential part of your treatment plan. After carefully assessing your problem, a physiotherapist will advise the proper treatment at your first visit. During the assessment, The Physiotherapist will ask you a series of questions about your health, current medication and activities. The physiotherapist will also perform specific body test and physical examination. At this stage of clinical assessment, your physiotherapist will discuss the treatment plan and set of short and long-term treatment goals.

Stage 2: Follow-up Physiotherapy Treatments

After stage-1 your physiotherapist will discuss your treatment plan. Your physiotherapist will also advise you the number of follow-up treatment sessions to achieve the rehabilitation goals. In most of the cases, 6-7 treatment sessions are recommended to achieve complete rehabilitation goals and to prevent injuries/problem to happen again. It will further help to complete full joint range of motion and muscular strength.

Note: Your physiotherapist will discuss and highlight if there is any need for further investigation. A referral will be made to Orthopaedic Consultant, GP, Radiologist and other healthcare professionals with your consent.
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Physiotherapy Treaments Available For:

  • Pain Management
  • Back pain, Joints Pain, Shoulder Pain
  • Fibromyalgia, Body Pain
  • Whiplash Injuries & Associated Disorder
  • Anxiety & Stress Related Body Pain
  • Muscle Tears
  • Sprain, Strain
  • Tendons and Ligaments Problems
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Home Visits for Treatment & Assessment
  • Rehabilitation after heart attack, preventing heart attacks
  • Gout Arthritis
  • Postural Deformities
  • Fractures
  • Post Operative Rehabilitation
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • First Aid for Events
  • Biomechanical Assessments
  • Personal injuries claims
  • Pitch Side Physio Cover for Games
  • Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI)
  • Overuse Injuries of Joints & Muscles