Specialist non-invasive treatment in Edinburgh for: Herniated Discs, Slipped Discs, Prolapsed Discs, Bulging Discs, Sciatica

If you are struggling with a disc problem, help is at hand.  Whilst most disc problems can be resolved with manual treatments, others require something more.  At Move Freely we provide IDD Therapy. 

IDD Therapy enables us to take pressure off the disc which is contributing to your pain, whether in your back or neck, without resorting to invasive procedures such as surgery. 

As part of a network of IDD Therapy providers in the UK, we are here to help disc sufferers get their life back.

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   IDD Therapy on the Accu SPINA

IDD Therapy on the Accu SPINA


IDD Therapy is the non-invasive, targeted disc treatment developed to take pressure of the affected disc.  At the same time it gently mobilises the often stiff and painful area with a goal to help restore movement in the affected spinal segments.  And where there is nerve pain such as sciatica or pain in the arms, by carefully improving the spinal function and unloading the disc, we aim to take pressure off nerves which may be causing the pain. 


There are certain disc problems which have traditionally been difficult to address with hands on treatments. Many patients can end up on a vicious cycle of pain and immobility leading to a reliance on pain medication, possibly spinal injections and in some cases surgery. It is important to use non-invasive means to help patients wherever we can and IDD Therapy gives physiotherapists the opportunity to do more for these patients and help them out of pain using conservative means
— Physiotherapist Lorenz Clausen

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Who is suitable for IDD Therapy

  • Pain for more than three months

  • Aged over 18 (no upper age limit)

  • Lower back or neck pain (with or without nerve pain/ sciatica).

  • Spinal disc issue – herniated/prolapsed/bulging/’slipped’ disc

  • Degenerative Disc Disease

    Commonly treated spinal discs

    Lower Back: L4-L5, L5-S1  Neck C5-C6, C6-C7

    Move Freely is part of a UK and International network of clinics providing IDD Therapy. 

    If you have a back issue, you can come to an initial consultation where we will determine what is causing your problem and identify the most appropriate treatment for you.  


    Back Pain Consultation

    Clinician – Lorenz Clausen MCSP  /  Please Quote IDD when booking

    Request a Call Back: If you would like to talk to a member of our team and discuss something first, ring the clinic and we can call you back.

    0131 557 4404

    LOCATION: Move Freely is in the Centre of Edinburgh, 5 minutes from Waverly Station.  There is parking outside and we offer a warm, welcoming environment where your comfort is paramount.

    9 Mansfield Place, Edinburgh EH3 6NB.


    Many of the patients coming to the clinic have seen their GP or consultant. 

    If you have an MRI scan or a report, you can bring it with you.  If you have had injections or are considering injections as a temporary measure, IDD Therapy is an ideal complement to address the actual causes of your problem, but we are aiming to avoid the need for injections.

    With regards to surgery, patients who have had surgery can still be suitable for IDD Therapy on two conditions: 1/ Six months have passed since surgery 2/ There are no surgical implants in the spine.


    If you have any further questions, we will be happy to help.  If what we offer is not suited to your needs or we can’t help you, we are well connected in the area and can point you to the right person or place.

     Call: Move Freely on 0131 557 4404

     Other clinics providing IDD Therapy Disc Treatment in Scotland include The Buckingham Clinic Glasgow www.buckinghamclinic.com and The Inverclyde Osteopathic Clinic in Greenock www.iosteopath.co.uk

     There are over 1,000 clinics providing IDD Therapy internationally including a network in England.  For more general information about IDD Therapy visit www.iddtherapy.co.uk