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Cope Occupational Health and Ergonomics Ltd

Unit 3, The Business Centre, Technology Drive, Beeston, Nottingham NG9 2ND
Telepehone: 0115 925 9222
Fax: 0115 925 2111

The physiotherapy clinic is located in a well-equipped unit within the Business Park, offering a single, confidential treatment room.

All the physiotherapists practising at the clinic are committed to Continued Professional Development, as required by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. They are also members of the Health Professions Council and the clinic is registered with the Organisation for Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice.

As a team of experienced Physiotherapists, COPE provide specialist treatment for:

  • Back and neck pain
  • Joint problems
  • Sports injuries
  • Muscular aches and pains
  • Road traffic injuries
  • Headaches
  • Post Orthopaedic Surgery
  • Work related injuries

Acupuncture for pain relief is also offered. The main aim is to help you to help yourself, to lead a full and active life.

Costs:

  • £35.00 Initial assessment and treatment [up to one hour]
  • £32.50 Follow-up treatment [up to 45 minutes]

Home visits in the local Beeston area can be arranged, please ring the clinic to discuss further. All major Health Insurance Schemes recognise all of the COPE practitioners as providers.

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Self Help Advice

Sprains, strains and pulls:
Use R.I.C.E, this is recommended for all minor injuries:

  • Rest: This helps minimise tissue damage from bleeding or instability in the first 24 hours. It may be helped by use of strapping or support for short term.
  • Ice: Apply regularly for 10-12 minutes, every couple of hours, for the first few days. Do not apply directly to the skin; use a damp cloth to protect it from ice burns.
  • Compression: Firm bandaging of the area helps to prevent further bleeding if appropriate.
  • Elevation: Raising the affected part to allow for free drainage of the tissue fluids aided by gravity.

Back and Neck Pain:
This is a common problem that can affect any person and will usually go without intervention. Even when it is very painful it does not usually mean there is any serious damage to your back. Remember hurt does not mean harm.

Try to:

  • Control the Pain
  • Ask your pharmacist for advice regarding anti-inflammatory tablets and painkillers, this will allow you to remain active.
  • Use heat and/or cold to help reduce muscle tension and pain.
  • Modify activities but do not necessarily stop them.
  • Stay active and get on with your life.