Jayne Dennison Physiotherapy and Sports Injuries Clinic is a small practice based in the market town of Ulverston and Barrow-in-Furness on the South Lakeland Peninsula. Treating people all ages, the practice offers expert examination and effective Physiotherapy treatment for a wide range of conditions.
The clinic provides a service designed to meet the needs of each individual. The clinic is set up to manage pain, to facilitate recovery after illness or injury, to restore movement and support the return to normal function. The clinic is experienced in supporting a wide range of patients including elite athletes, people recovering from surgery, those suffering the after effects of whiplash through to those managing the symptoms of arthritis. Each treatment programme is designed to manage the problem and reduce the risk of recurrence.
Jayne is registered with and operates within the code of conduct set by the national Regulator for Chartered Physiotherapy, the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). She is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. These codes are designed to protect the public and require members to demonstrate high standards of professional practice through regular update and training. Membership also provides indemnity insurance.
Chartered Physiotherapists undergo detailed training in anatomy, physiology and pathology, providing them with extensive knowledge and understanding of the healthy body as well as the impact of illness and injury. Chartered Physiotherapists are skilled in making a diagnosis and devising a plan to treat and manage your condition.
The practice has comprehensive links with local medical practitioners; this is particularly valuable when referral for further investigations or specialist opinion is required.
Jayne Dennison Physiotherapy Limited is registered with the majority of major health insurance companies Please check details of your cover and read our Terms and Conditions before booking your appointment.
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