Get back to doing what you love
Are you looking for a Physio in Kettering? Then why not try Lisa Walker Physiotherapist at the Ironstone Wellbeing Centre.
Whether you have had an injury, have a life goal (to play with your grandkids, walk the dog) or are in need of guidance to create strength and movement, my aim is always to allow you to go back to doing what you love.
Continue reading below to see how to book your first appointment with Lisa Walker Physiotherapist in Kettering at the Ironstone Wellbeing Centre.
I am a chartered and state registered physiotherapist with over 20 years of experience both in the NHS and private sector. After completing the basic rotations, I decided to specialise in musculoskeletal physiotherapy based at The Isebrook Hospital, Wellingborough.
I became the Physio Out-Patient Manager in 2006. In 2013 I left to venture into the private sector, working for a variety of clinics, the main one being based in Rothwell, Northamptonshire. I also worked for Circle MSK part-time as a Musculoskeletal Practitioner, working in GP Practices and Extend Scope Clinics. I now work with people in their own home or clinic, helping them to improve their quality of life, through hands-on treatment, exercise and advice.
Through an assessment I can advise you on exercises and hands-on treatment to improve strength, balance, movement, pain and mobility.
I specialise in the assessment, diagnosis & treatment of all your aches and pains and associated physical limitations. I pride myself on getting to the root of your problems, by analysing faulty postures & movement patterns, not merely treating the superficial symptoms. I look for the cause to treat the effect – allowing you to get back to doing what you love!
If you are suffering give me a call and we can see how I can help.
The first visit is for an initial assessment which takes up to half an hour.
This allows me to gain an understanding of the problem you are attending for and also what has happened in the past. Understanding your current state of health and any potential risks you may have will allow you to take steps towards improving overall health and making long-lasting, beneficial changes.
This is followed by an examination which involves checking the range of mobility of the joints and structures involved, tests of various structures and also checking for tenderness and stiffness.
Once this is completed I will explain what I have found, what I feel is the appropriate form of treatment and what you can do yourself.
It is important to wear suitable clothing for this assessment to allow me to have access to the area.