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Introduction

Welcome to our Patient Guide. We hope that this section will help you to understand some of the most frequently seen injuries and conditions we deal with through a doctor’s eyes.
This section contains a wealth of information and whilst this may initially be a little overwhelming, we wanted to give you as much detail as possible. Patients often report confusion following their initial diagnosis by a physician outside of our organisation and the rehabilitation process can seem daunting, by giving you hard facts we aim to be as transparent as possible.
We hope that this information will help you to better understand your own condition, make you aware of the different options available to you, and prepare you for what the future may hold.
For each of the body’s main anatomical areas, we present a brief introduction, the most common causes of injuries, symptoms patients typically report, information on both acute and chronic conditions, means of diagnosis through the most suitable clinical and instrumental approaches, and the most appropriate course of treatment – be it conservative or surgical.
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Our goal has always been the complete recovery of our patients. Watch some of their testimonials to learn about the jouneys patients have taken with us.
OUR APPROACH
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Isokinetic has revolutionised the way physiotherapy is handled. By breaking rehabilitation down into five separate phases and assigning a doctor to case-manage each individual patient, we ensure everyone receives the best possible care and support throughout their treatment.
 

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