Physiotherapist or Osteopath

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Louis M
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Physiotherapist or Osteopath

Post by Louis M » Wed 22 Jan, 2014 11:37 am

Has anyone used the Physio Room in Hertford? They advertise at Hartham gym, however I don’t know anyone who has used them.
If not can anyone recommend someone else?
I’m looking for Physiotherapists or Osteopaths only, not chiropractors.

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Marilyn
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Re: Physiotherapist or Osteopath

Post by Marilyn » Wed 22 Jan, 2014 12:29 pm

Can't help with the physio room but I know a lot of people who use and have used this practice in Bengeo with good results though I have not used them personally.

http://www.hertford-physio.co.uk/
Tiny
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Re: Physiotherapist or Osteopath

Post by Tiny » Wed 22 Jan, 2014 1:33 pm

The Barnes Practice in Railway Place for Physio was good, Katie in particular. http://www.barnesphysiohertford.com/contact-us.html
Osteopath i have recently been going to Hertford Osteopaths in Mangrove Lane, he seems excellent and worth the drive. http://www.hertfordosteopaths.com/
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Loving Whale
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Re: Physiotherapist or Osteopath

Post by Loving Whale » Wed 22 Jan, 2014 2:22 pm

Louis M
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Re: Physiotherapist or Osteopath

Post by Louis M » Wed 22 Jan, 2014 3:19 pm

Fantastic, thank you to you both. I will speak to the GP to see if I need a Physio or an Osteopath.

Cheers
Hugh
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Re: Physiotherapist or Osteopath

Post by Hugh » Wed 22 Jan, 2014 5:28 pm

I've used Ian at the Physio Room and he is fantastic, sorted my neck out perfectly :D
McHardy24
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Re: Physiotherapist or Osteopath

Post by McHardy24 » Fri 24 Jan, 2014 11:14 am

I have used Ian at the Physio room when I had Achilles tendonitis - great physio can definitely recommend...

I have also used Julia Philpott at the Natural health centre in Hertford and she is fantastic!

http://naturaltherapycentre.co.uk/osteopathy/
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james
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Re: Physiotherapist or Osteopath

Post by james » Sun 26 Jan, 2014 8:45 pm

Louis M wrote:Fantastic, thank you to you both. I will speak to the GP to see if I need a Physio or an Osteopath.

Cheers
Hopefully, they'll recommend a physio (or something else). Osteopathy is nothing more than quackery.
http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/Osteopathy ... ction.aspx
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Footfruit
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Re: Physiotherapist or Osteopath

Post by Footfruit » Mon 27 Jan, 2014 2:26 pm

james wrote:
Louis M wrote:Fantastic, thank you to you both. I will speak to the GP to see if I need a Physio or an Osteopath.

Cheers
Hopefully, they'll recommend a physio (or something else). Osteopathy is nothing more than quackery.
http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/Osteopathy ... ction.aspx
Then "quackery" sorted out my lower back pain. I too can recommend Julia Philpott. But listening to one's GP is also to be recommended :-)
Taxing
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Re: Physiotherapist or Osteopath

Post by Taxing » Mon 27 Jan, 2014 3:22 pm

I agree with Footfruit and McHardy that the quackery of Julia Philpot has served both I, family and friends well over the years and I can highly recommend her.
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