Physiotherapy & sports injury clinic based in Wakefield Leeds. Physiotherapists, sports massage therapists to help you recover from aches

When looking to find Physio’s in Leeds, Fit4physio welcomes you as we look forward to helping your wellbeing & fitness.

 

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About

About Us

We are a Chartered Physiotherapist and Specialist Sports Injury and Rehabilitation Clinic based in Outwood, Wakefield. Well established friendly clinic that has an outstanding reputation which we pride ourselves on making patients care and individual personal goals our number one priority.

The services we provide are Physiotherapy, Sports Injuries and Rehabilitation, Acupuncture, Sports Massage and holistic therapies inclusive of Reflexology and Indian Head Massage. Our lead physiotherapists have specialist interests in Palliative Rehabilitation and Musculoskeletal injuries. One of our Senior physiotherapists has also been closely involved within research on Acupuncture that has gone on to be published.

Our aim is to offer the highest quality of care and treatment maintaining the highest standards keeping up to date with the ever evolving current research and treatment interventions.

Our Physiotherapists are all registered with the Health Care Professions Council and have a minimum of 5 years post graduate experience.

Appointments are available both within our clinic setting or home visits within the community covering  the Wakefield and Leeds areas.

When looking to find Physio in West Yorkshire, Fit4physio welcomes you as we look forward to helping you reduce your aches and pains and improve your wellbeing and maintain your optimum  fitness.

Meet the Team

Head Physiotherapy is Emma Briggs (BSc, MCSP, HCPC). Emma first qualified in 2007 with a Sports Rehabilitation Degree and then went on to complete a BSc in Physiotherapy in 2011 at the University of Sheffield Hallam. She has worked in Elderly Care, Palliative care, in Private Healthcare and in a Community Setting.

Mounira Mansoorali, HCPC 100709,  qualified in 2012 with a Bachelor’s (Hons) degree in Physiotherapy from Northumbria University, Newcastle. She has previous experience working in a specialised orthopaedic unit with NHS. For the past 4 years she has specialised in musculoskeletal physiotherapy as her specific area of interest. She is competent in variety of evidence based techniques including manual therapy, western based acupuncture therapy and exercise therapy programme.

Mounira is also a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and Acupuncture Association of Physiotherapy (AACP). In addition, she also has other special interests in managing cervicogenic headaches and migraines using both manual therapy and western based acupuncture.

She has published a case study in management of chronic pain  in the Journal of Acupuncture Association of Physiotherapy.

She enjoys outdoor activities (hiking and swimming) and have always been fascinated by marine life, loving snorkelling and scuba diving. Her passion is travelling around the world exploring and experiencing the cultures of most inspiring places on earth. She also enjoys doing craftwork in her leisure time.

Rebecca Turner, I have over five years’ experience as a qualified complementary therapist and sports massage practitioner alongside membership of the Federation of Holistic Therapists (FHT) and Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC).

​After initially training to be a complementary therapist, at Leeds city college in 2010, I jumped into a steady office administration job, in a thriving SME. After several years working in a desk, I wanted to get back to what I had trained to do.

I completed a sports massage diploma in Leeds, enabling me to treat injuries and understand sports therapy.

​As a result, my focus is about treating and educating in the well being and health, to treat the cause not just the symptoms.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sports Injury Rehabilitation

Sports Injury Rehabilitation

 

Whether you’re a weekend warrior who wants to prevent an injury (or treat a current one), a youth or high school student injured on the field, or a professional athlete who wants to improve your game, our sports rehabilitation program will help you reach your goals.

Sports injury rehabilitation focuses on treating injuries specific to you as an athlete and your sport, so you can return to compete as well – if not better – than before your injury. Our specialized therapists will conduct a thorough evaluation and create a customized rehabilitation program designed to help you reach your goals. In addition to treating an injury when one occurs, our therapists partner with you to teach you how to prevent injuries in the future.

And for those of you who want to go above and beyond your ability level, there are several programs designed to help improve your skill level and physical ability. Strengthen Your Game is a performance-enhancement program that targets specific sports – such as basketball, running, golf, football – to help athletes reach their highest potential. Our therapists will customize a sports performance enhancement program to meet your personal goals.

Orthopedic and Musculoskeletal Injury Rehabilitation

Orthopedic and Musculoskeletal Injury Rehabilitation

 

If pain from an acute injury or a chronic condition is standing in the way of reaching your goals, orthopedic and musculoskeletal injury rehabilitation can help you move forward to achieve them.

Orthopedic and musculoskeletal injury rehabilitation focuses on treating diagnoses specific to the supporting structures of your body. Some of the common conditions it can help treat include: post operative care, acute injuries and trauma, total joint replacement, chronic diseases and conditions, arthritis and other degenerative joint conditions.

By focusing on specific areas of your musculoskeletal system (bones, muscles, ligaments,  tendons, cartilage, spine and joints) that are impacted by injury, disease or trauma, our therapists are able to target treatment and develop a customized plan to help you achieve the most rapid and complete recovery possible.

Treatment may include manual therapy (hands-on mobilization of soft tissue), modalities (ultrasound, electrical stimulation), gait training, therapeutic exercise (range of motion, strengthening) and other therapies that target the underlying cause of your pain and treat the effects of your injury or disease.