Rehabilitation and strengthening following a fracture is important to return to your full activities and to maximise your potential.
Following a fracture or broken bone, you may not feel as flexible or strong as you did previously. Our Physiotherapists are on hand and highly experienced in fracture rehabilitation.
If you are experiencing swelling or stiffness in related joints, a little unsteady with poor balance on your affected limb, or just unable to do what you used to, then we can help.
Our Cardiff and Penarth Physios will be very happy to assess the limitation that you are experiencing and offer rehabilitation and treatment to address and improve these problems. To make an appointment please call 029 20460467, or you are welcome to request a call back from one of our team.
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