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Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy 

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First Contact Physiotherapist (FCP)

Did you know that your surgery has its own Physiotherapy clinic that you can book directly into by speaking to the reception staff?

If you have a new or longstanding joint or muscle problems and want advice and information on how best to manage your symptoms or if you feel ready to be more active and want to discuss your options book an appointment today.

Keeping Me Well

Visit Cardiff and Vale University Health Board’s new digital rehabilitation resource with information you can access to help keep yourself well.

https://keepingmewell.com/what-is-physiotherapy/self-help/

 

TRAK Physio

Visit TRAK Physio to find exercises for specific body regions and musculoskeletal conditions

https://trakphysio.org.uk/ExercisePlan/ExerciseLists


Would you like to live a more active life?

Moving and being active has so many benefits for our physical and mental wellbeing

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wWGulLAa0O0

You may be wondering what the right level of activity is?

This can vary from person to person but generally something is better than nothing, and consistency is key

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Click on the link below for NHS physical activity guidelines, exercise tips and fitness guides:

https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/exercise/

Remember, you should start any new activity gently and progress it gradually

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H1rp_v4Dr3g

National Exercise Referral Scheme (NERS)

Are you interested in attending regular subsidised and supported physical activity at your local leisure centre? You can be referred by any clinical staff at you GP practice.

https://www.wlga.wales/national-exercise-referral-scheme-ners

Dewis Cymru

For information on activities happening in your local area

https://www.dewis.wales/

NHS Links

https://www.nhs.uk/better-health/

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/nhs-fitness-studio/


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Living Wage

 We are very proud to have become an accredited Living Wage employer. This means that we pay the real living wage, which is higher than the minimum wage and is calculated based on what employees and their families need to live.

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