Welcome to our Mumbles Physiotherapy, Pelvic Pain and
Sports Injury Clinic
About our Mumbles Physiotherapy, Sports Injury and Pelvic Pain Clinic
. The clinic is based at the Mumbles Dental Spa, with ample free parking and located in the beautiful Mumbles of Swansea Bay. We deliver physiotherapy (hands-on musculoskeletal physiotherapy), sports injury rehab, sports massage therapy, focus shockwave theray, acupuncture and dry needling, pelvic pain therapy and pelvic rehabilitation for men and women. We also fit Fornthotics in-sole solutions for foot pain and lower limb dysfunction. We are one of very few clinics to use diagnostic ultrasound scanning for both musculoskeletal diagnosis and pelvic pain rehab.
Physiotherapists are the right clinicians to consult for diagnosis and treatment if you are in pain. You can read about Physiotherapy here and if you are thinking there is a difference between different practitioners then you can read about the similarities between Physiotherapists, chiropractors and osteopaths here.
Physiotherapists at Core Body Clinic, Mumbles.
Adrian Wagstaff (originally from North Wales, and also Welsh speaking!) is the director and founder of Core Body Clinic in Reading. Adrian has now set up our Swansea Physiotherapy clinic and he is committed to delivering physiotherapy in Swansea and the whole of the south of Wales He has built up an international reputation since he qualified in 2001 with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy and then again in 2012 with an MSc in Manual Therapy. He is a member of the MACP and is one of just 1200 physiotherapists world wide to hold the qualification of this advanced status in MSK care. Having worked in 2 premiership football clubs, the NHS, private practie in the UK and in New Zealand Adrian has a broad experience from chronic back pain to ligament rehabilitation in the elite sports person. Adrian specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal pain and has an interest in chronic pain and pelvic pain. He is one of the few practitioners to treat Male Pelvic pain in the whole of the UK and is trained to use diagnostic ultrasound to help with diagnosis and to retrain the pelvic floor. Adrian is a teacher of spinal manual therapy and manipulation having taught on the Masters degree at Coventry university, he also travels to teach this very skilled hands on technique. Read more about Adrian here
Initial assessment and treatment: £50
Follow up treatments: £40
We may also use an ultrasound scanner for diagnosis (additional costs).
How to Book:
To book a session of physio in Mumbles, call the main booking line on 01792369535 or 07748152377. We also have a booking system that is integrated into the diary meaning you can see appointment times in real-time. All you need to do is click BOOK ONLINE and register using either your tablet, iPad, phone or computer.
Once you are set up you can book an appointment. It is very easy and should you suddenly find your appointment is no longer convenient you can simply change the appointment at any time. Of course, you can still email or call the clinic and one of the staff members will be more than happy to guide you through the booking process. Hours for online are 24 hours.
What happens at the appointment?
The process of examination and diagnosis:
We will first work out what the problem is by assessing the causes. This will involve a comprehensive discussion about the history of your complaint, how it started, what makes it better and worse, when does it hurt most in the day, does it disturb your sleep and do you have any other symptoms beside pain. We will also take a history of your past medical conditions. We will ask about medication and also about what sports and activites you like to do. We will ask about your home life ad what you do for a living, whether you drive to work and how often you take time off.
All of this is called the 'subjective history' and it is really important because it gives us the information to work out what is wrong. We may ask you a lot of questions and this is called differential questioning and helps us to diagnose one condition from another. It may follow the format of a medical examination similar to what you may experience when seeing a doctor or surgeon.
In this part of the assessment we will look at the range of bodily movement or joint. We will test muscle strength, neurological fuction and normal everyday movements. We will also perform some special tests to isolate certain structures. Physiotherapists are trained in delicate handling of the body. However, testing may cause some discomfort.
Sometimes it is necessary to ask your GP to arrange bloods tests or xrays. Physiotherapists are trained to look for common conditions and are particularly good at looking for problems not ameanable to physioatherapy. We can tell if you need to see a surgeon and will refer you to the GP should we deem this necessary.
See our list on treatments to see the types of techniques we offer.