Have You Been Asking Yourself…?
Why am I not getting better? Am I injured? Do I need surgery?
Why am I still in pain? Is it my weak core?
Is my posture to blame? Why hasn’t anyone been able to help me?
If this strikes a chord with you, call me now on 01392 949032, and let’s discuss how I can help.
I am available for virtual or face-to-face Exeter physio consultations within professional guidelines.
Had Loads of Treatments & Not Getting Better? I Can Help.
Do you suffer with recurrent pain despite having treatment? Have you been told you need surgery and are looking to avoid surgery?
Have prescription pain pills, injections, traction, physiotherapy, acupuncture, manipulation or surgery failed to ease your pain?
Often, we’re told that it’s old age, wear and tear, we have a weak core or we’re injured. Luckily, for the vast majority of the people that simply isn’t true.
Physiotherapy, osteopathy and chiropractic have been shown to provide only short term relief. When we don’t recover, we start to consider surgery to relieve our symptoms. Although surgery may be effective for some situations, it is not successful for the majority.
An Exeter Physio Who Can Help You
You should consider getting in contact. My approach is based on the increasingly well-researched progression of physiotherapy called cognitive functional therapy or CFT.
CFT is a science-based development of traditional physiotherapy and has very good evidence for helping people change how they do things.
If you’d like a chat about whether this effective treatment can work for you, call me with no obligation on 01392 949032 anytime day or night. If I don’t answer then leave a message and I’ll call you right back.
Best wishes and please stay safe,
Neil Davey B.Sc.(Hons), MCSP.
Chartered Physiotherapist, HCPC registered.
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You may choose to see a specific physiotherapist or a staff member will help you select a physiotherapist based on your needs and practitioner availability.
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A physiotherapist is always available for on-call emergencies.