Work Related Injuries

More about Work Related Injuries

We are living more and more sedentary lives, sat at our desks or computers, looking at screens for hours on end. The result of this lack of daily movement and activity can take it’s toll on your body. Neck pain, headaches, back pain, arm and shoulder complaints, can all become part of your daily life and cause much frustration and distress.

At goPhysio, we can help you by not only helping ease your pain but also addressing the fundamental cause and issue and help you tackle this longer term, to stop it returning.

Through a range of different treatments we can ease your pain, reduce tension and stress and help you identify and address any issues that can be causing your problem.

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Why choose goPhysio?
Don’t just take our word for it, we have hundreds of happy patients willing to share their thoughts on their goPhysio experiences. You can read more reviews here.

This was my first experience o goPhysio, my visit prompted by reading many excellent reviews. I wasn’t disappointed. My reception was very friendly and the area totally clean and Covid compliant with distanced chairs, a screen and hand sanitiser which I was prompted to use. My lovely physiotherapist Kim greeted me promptly and was totally professional, efficient, knowledgable and helpful during my appointment. The speedy email follow up of an exercise programme, copy invoice and further appointment was similarly impressive. I literally could not fault goPhysio and would highly recommend.

A Swinson

What would help?

Thorough and comprehensive assessment to identify the true cause of your problem
Range of treatments and services to reduce your pain and help you recover quickly
Can help a range of work-related issues such as headaches, neck pain, back pain, overuse injuries, repetitive strains, tendon issues in arms

Book an appointment

To start your road to recovery, contact us to book your appointment. Call 023 8025 3317 or book your appointment online.


I’m worried about my posture, what is the best posture?
The idea of a ‘best posture’ is a little outdated now – no one single position is better than others, the latest reach suggests that moving regularly and changing positions is the best approach.
Movement is so important and will help prevent and ease aches and pains that often build up from staying in one position for any length of time. So, remember ‘movement is medicine!’

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