Move Freely | Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic | Edinburgh

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Take Your Recovery to Next Level

We believe in getting better together


WHO ARE WE?


Physiotherapist

Move Freely sports and spine is dedicated to the diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of Sports and Spinal injuries.  We have a multidisciplinary team of Physiotherapists, sports therapists and personal trainers in our Edinburgh clinic. We offer a “cutting edge” multi-disciplinary service that specialist’s in non surgical solutions for Sports and Orthopedic Injuries.

All treatment and rehabilitation programmes are individually tailored to suit your needs by members of our experienced specialist team working closely together to ensure the very best management.


OUR EXPERTISE


Back Pain

Back Pain


Shoulder Pain

Shoulder Pain


Knee Pain

Knee Pain


Neck Pain

Neck Pain


WHAT PATIENTS SAY

For anyone with back problems, I can promise you results with TAMARS. It’s amazing and the one treatment (from many I have tried!) that keeps me on my feet. Daniel takes a whole body approach too, so you can expect a rigorous set of exercises to maintain your good results. Make an appointment … You owe it to yourself!

SHERLY MAY

I am someone who is very familiar with Chiropractors, Physiotherapists, Osteopaths etc thanks to a long term pelvic misalignment. A lot of these people have helped me considerably, but with Daniel and his biomechanics background, it goes much further. He has an ability to find the root cause of the problem and accurately treat it.

MONI TAGORE


OPENING HOURS

Monday: 10am – 7pm | Tuesday: 9am – 6pm

Wednesday: 11am – 10pm | Thursday: 9pm – 7 30pm

Friday: 9am – 5 30pm | Saturday: 11 30am – 1 30pm

CONTACT US

Call us on 0131 557 4404

Email us on  info@movefreelysportstherapy.co.uk

Move Freely Sports Therapy, 9 Mansfield Place, Edinburgh

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What is Spondylolisthesis?
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What is Spondylolisthesis?

Spondylolisthesis is where one of the vertebrae slips forwards, this causes instability in the spine and can cause pain.

It most commonly occurs in the lower back but can also happen in the mid to upper back and the neck.

Does bending your back cause back pain?
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Does bending your back cause back pain?

We have all been told “don’t bend your back like that”, “sit up straight” or “keep your back straight when you lift”?But is this true? Should we be afraid to bend over? Will our spines all break if we don’t keep them straight or is it just part of normal life?

Here’s what we teach to our back pain patients every day at Move Freely and why we are doing it differently from most Physiotherapy clinics.