We opened Sundial with a simple idea – to provide the best care for bad backs, shoulders, knees and necks. We have not lost sight of that idea more than twenty years later.
But what does that mean to our patients, more that 20,000 of whom have visited us over the years?
As with most complex things the answer is a simple one – the quickest access, the most effective care, the best results. That’s our aim and everything we do supports that aim.
The first Sundial Clinic opened in Queens Road, Brighton in 1991. Matthew Bennett set the clinic up offering chiropractic care and then massage. Richard Hollis joined Sundial in 2007 and set up the St James’s Street clinic. Physiotherapy was added soon after to provide a more complete service. Now a range of other services are also available.
We love what we do. We have spent years in training, learning what works best. We are constantly studying the latest research, refining and improving what we do so we can help our patients get better fast. We see our role as guiding our patients to the best practitioner for their problem whether that is someone on our staff or elsewhere. We work with our patients with exercise, diet and postural advice as well as preventative measures to stop the problem coming back.
If you haven’t been to us before and have aches and pains you’d rather be without – we can help. We’d love to hear from you.
At Brighton Physiotherapy Clinic we aim to resolve symptoms quickly as well as treating the underlying cause, to offer a complete solution and prevent recurrence of the injury.
We are a team of experienced chartered physiotherapists and osteopaths, with patient care and personal goals as our number one priority.
We offer an unrivalled level of professionalism and will deal with each case on a personal basis to ensure every patient gets the treatment they need.
Please see our profile for our main clinic at 34-36 St Georges Road, Brighton BN2 1ED as this is the same for our satellite clinic in Hove.
At Brighton Physiotherapy Clinic we aim to resolve symptoms quickly as well as treating the underlying cause, to offer a complete solution and prevent recurrence of the injury. We are a team of experienced chartered physiotherapists and osteopaths, with patient care and personal goals as our number one priority. We offer an unrivalled level of professionalism and will deal with each case on a personal basis to ensure every patient gets the treatment they need.
We are a small, friendly, local Sports Injury Clinic, with the best practitioners around. Ok, so we may be biast, but our team know their stuff, and can help with all aches and pains, niggles, serious injuries from work or sport. We treat and manage all musculoskeletal issues and use a variety of treatments where necessary. Sports massage, deep tissue, medical acupuncture, muscle activation, sports therapy and rehabilitation, physiotherapy, ultrasound, kinesio taping, kinesiology, whole body holistic approach, nutrition and supplement advice.
Find more details on what we do on our website, www.bodywaves.co.uk or follow up on facebook and twitter BodywavesSportsInjuries and _Bodywaves
A physiotherapist typically takes a holistic approach and seeks to treat sports injuries through a series of exercises complemented by taping, ultrasound, TENS (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation), laser treatment or acupuncture alongside stretching, soft-tissue massage or manipulation within the session. Please contact us for further details of how we can help.
Chiropractic is a way of adjusting the spine and peripheral joints to help the body find its normal alignment and to aid the nervous system to work more efficiently.
The outcome of this process is the reduction in or removal of painful symptoms and improved range of motion.
Restrictions in the normal range of movement of joints can occur for a number of reasons, often through repetitive postural imbalance, but also accidents and injury.
Conditions which can benefit from chiropractic care include
• Back, neck and shoulder pain
• Pain and stiffness in joints
• Muscular aches
• Sports injuries
• Arthritic pain
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