Neck, Back, Joint, And Soft Tissue Physiotherapy

  • Muscular And Joint Conditions
  • Injuries
  • Post Surgery Recovery
a woman receiving therapy for her back during a home visit

Neck, Back, Joint, And Soft Tissue Physiotherapy

a woman having therapy

This type of physiotherapy aims to help you manage pain, avoid further injury, and maximise the amount of independence you experience. Patients seeking this type of therapy commonly present with neck and back pain that hasn’t been solved by rest.

At VIM Health we use a range of therapies to treat necks, backs and joints. Each course of treatment will be tailored to the unique issues you are presenting with, your current levels of ability and what you want to achieve. Soft tissue physiotherapy treatment can include hands-on manual therapy, acupuncture/dry needling, or bespoke exercise plans.
The aim of this therapy could be to improve mobility and your ability to do everyday tasks (bending, walking etc), and our therapists will also give you advice on pain management and how to avoid further injury/deterioration.


Your health journey with VIM will start with a thorough assessment by one of our qualified, experienced physiotherapists. You may be coming to us with a diagnosed issue and a referral, or you may present with an as of yet, unspecified problem that we can help diagnose and plan to treat.

Our Soft Tissue Physiotherapy Will: 

  • Increase/improve mobility
  • Aid recovery or rehabilitation
  • Manage pain
  • Prevent reoccurrence of injury
  • Prevent further deterioration

Who Is This Type Of Physiotherapy For?

Our musculoskeletal physiotherapists can help you with a wide range of joint and muscle issues, and recovery from surgery or injury. We can also help you manage already diagnosed conditions that affect the joints and muscles.
Areas we can help with pain management include the back, neck and shoulder, head and face, or joints in the upper and lower limbs.
Our therapists are here to help with injuries to muscles, ligaments or tendons to aid recovery and prevent reoccurrence. We can also help you manage long term conditions such as arthritis to help with pain and inflammation.
VIM soft tissue physiotherapy, combined with other therapies can also help people with post-surgery rehabilitation journeys (complex and polytrauma physiotherapy).

  • Back, neck or shoulder pain
  • Head and face pain
  • Lower limb pain – whole leg, ankle or foot
  • Upper limb pain – whole arm, elbow or wrist
  • Hip, groin or buttocks pain
  • Post-surgery rehab
  • Condition management
  • Muscle, tendon and ligament Injuries
a therapist using therapeutic techniques on a womans back

Ready to start your journey?

If you are ready to get in touch and start your health journey, please don’t hesitate to give us a call. Initial chats are free of charge and are a great opportunity for you to ask any questions about our services. 

Ryan is knelt on one knee whilst raising a kettle bell with his right arm above his head. physio sophie is knelt beside him
Ryan is knelt on one knee whilst raising a kettle bell with his right arm above his head. physio sophie is knelt beside him

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