Physiotherapy With Helen

Tuesday & Thursdays

Helen Griffiths is an experienced Physiotherapist. After gaining a 1st Class Honours Physiotherapy degree she quickly embarked on her Physiotherapy career working within the NHS. Alongside this in 2010 she opened her own Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic in Gloucestershire which is still going strongly. After having children Helen moved back to the Neston area. Helen is a member of the Health Professional Council (HPC) The Charted Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and the Acupuncture Association of Charted Physiotherapists (AACP) and offers high quality, patient focused care. Helen provides a high standard of treatment, rehabilitation and preventative advice for a wide range of conditions.

Physiotherapy is a type of therapy that can help ill, injured or disabled people recover movement and function to their full potential. 
Physiotherapy takes a holistic approach that involves the patient directly in their own care.
Examples of approaches used in physiotherapy include:

movement and exercise taking into account a person’s current level of health and their specific requirements
manual therapy techniques where the physiotherapist aids recovery by using their hands to relieve muscle pain and stiffness, and encourage blood flow to an injured part of the body
other techniques such as heat, cold and acupuncture to ease pain


Physiotherapy helps to treat physical problems linked to a number of the body’s systems, including:

musculoskeletal bones, joints and soft tissues
neuromuscular the brain and nervous system
cardiovascular heart and blood circulation
respiratory the organs that help you breathe, such as the windpipe (trachea), voicebox (larynx) and lungs