Shockwave is a very modern and extremely effective method of treatment for chronic conditions.
The shockwave is delivered through the surface of the skin & initially causes an inflammatory like response to the injured tissues
Acupuncture is a treatment modality that is sometimes used within the scope of physiotherapy practice as part of an integrated approach to relieve and control pain and inflammation.
Welcome to The Oakalls Physiotherapy, Shockwave and Acupuncture Clinic, based in Bromsgrove
Formerly "Bounceback Physiotherapy"
Welcome to "The Oakalls Physiotherapy Clinic" website. The Oakalls Physiotherapy Clinic based in Bromsgrove, is a Private Physiotherapy, Shockwave and Acupuncture Clinic and is located on The Oakalls, Bromsgrove. We provide expert care and services to the population of Bromsgrove and the surrounding areas. We have recognition of most of the leading health insurance providers.
Please feel free to browse the website and see what we have to offer!
We now offer online bookings. However, if you cannot get your preferred appointment time please do call the office on 07834987549. We often open up more appointment slots and also have cancellations from time to time and we will do our best to accommodate you.
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Featured in Chapter 8 of "Fighting Back".
"My previous experience with physios had not been great. Now Caroline was to restore my confidence in the whole profession".
I was delighted to receive a book called “Fighting Back” and find myself attributed in the acknowledgement section from author Elizabeth Reilly.
This book is an interesting read from a patient’s perspective. All pain is real and for many people it can be a debilitating part of daily life. Research now suggests that understanding more about why things hurt can actually help someone understand their nature of pain and go about their daily demands of life, (Moseley and Bulter, 2009).
This book definitely takes you through the highs and the lows of Elizabeth’s journey and coping strategies (which many people with chronic pain will be familiar with!). This is an informative read for both therapist and patient’s alike.