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Physiotherapy is a science-based healthcare profession that promotes recovery in illness, injury or disability

Musculoskeletal (MSK) Physiotherapy relates to disorders of the musculoskeletal system; muscles, bones, joints, nerves, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, and spinal discs.

MSK Physiotherapy utilises the Biomedical sciences of anatomy, physiology and biomechanics, physics in the assessment and management of patients. 

The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) in the UK set the four pillars physiotherapy practice. These describe the fundamentals of the scope of practice of the physiotherapy profession,


  • Exercise, movement, and rehabilitation

  • Manual therapy and therapeutic handling

  • Therapeutic and diagnostic technologies

  • Allied approaches with additional post-graduate training such as shockwave and acupuncture.


11 Sports Physical Therapy competencies were developed and designed by the International federation 


Injury Prevention
Acute intervention
Performance Enhancement
Promotion of a Safe, Active       Lifestyle
Life-Long Learning
Professionalism and     Management
Research Involvement
Dissemination of Best Practice
Extending Practice Through   Innovation
Promotion of Fair Play and Anti-Doping Practice


Clinical Pilates is a method of exercise, based on the principles by Joseph Pilates, used for rehabilitation after injury or surgery.


The benefits of Clinical Pilates include improvements in: posture, flexibility, muscle strength, control, co-ordination, balance, proprioception, core and pelvic floor strengthening to help minimise the risk of aggravation and re-injury. Clinical Pilates aims to provide a more individualised approach to your condition,  treatment plan, level, ability and goals following a detailed assessment. CLINICAL Pilates differs from CLASSICAL Pilates where a general programme of set exercises will be routinely performed in a similar sequence

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