Physiotherapy, Massage, Lightwater Physiotherapy Clinic near CAMBERLEY
Directions to Lightwater Physiotherapy from Camberley
From the M3 Junction 3 roundabout take the 3rd exit onto the Lightwater by-pass towards Woking and immediately take the right turn across the central reservation towards Lightwater Village on the Guildford Road and take MacDonald Road on the right at the corner store “Donald MM” newsagents. Then take the first right (at the brow of the hill) onto Mount Pleasant Close. Follow the road round and take the first left which is Turnville Close. Lightwater Physiotherapy is at number 5, which is the third house on the left, with plenty of parking space opposite alongside the hedge on your right.
Or, leaving Camberley from the A30 London Road turn right onto The Maultway/B3015. At the Frimley Maultway Roundabout take the 1st Exit onto Red Road/B311. Turn Left onto MacDonald Road, go through one roundabout, turn left onto Aplin way, keep going, turn right onto Birch Tree View, and right onto Turnville close. Number 5 is around the bend on the right hand side. (parking on the left by the hedge in front of you).
Acute or chronic pain, trapped nerves and sciatica
In situations of acute or chronic pain, trapped nerves or sciatica there can be a lot of pain and muscle spasm, and a sensitive approach with care and understanding such as Shirley-Ann Walters offers near Camberely at Lightwater Physiotherapy is key. Re-aasurance and support to manage symptoms, settle pain and progress activity delicately and gently can be important for the best pace of over all progress.
Rehab post fractures
Nowadays fractures can be with or without surgical fixation, treated with or without plaster, or immobilised in a rehab boot, which allows for the best rehabilitation to begin quickly to prevent complications. Shirley-Ann Walters can offer early, middle and late stage rehabilitation for most situations requiring rehab, and she has many years of experience treating these injuries and fractures to reach the best recovery.
Lower or general back pain is one of the most common presentations in physiotherapy clinic, and is one of the leading causes of time off work. It is important to keep moving and working as much as possible, supported by physiotherapy treatment, exercises, and pain relief where needed.
Children and Physiotherapy
Physiotherapy for children near Camberley at Lightwater Physiotherapy is popular for the local community and school catchment area as it offers a relaxed and friendly environment with the same physiotherapist each time building up a foundation of trust in the younger patient.
Children need to be included in understanding clearly and simply about their situation and what and importantly why they need to do or not do certain things to support their own recovery and return to the things they love in the best possible way. Some children have decided to be a physiotherapist after such a great experience at Lightwater Physiotherapy!
Chronic conditions and home visits such as MND
Shirley-Ann has been involved in the on-going care in the local community with respect to Motor Neurone Disease (MND). Even in situations where decline is inevitable, there is much that physiotherapy can support with such as advice, stretches and passive movements to improve range and quality of life, comfort during care, and team support. Having the confidence to go out with specialist wheelchair support and lead an interactive life can be very important.
Established in 2001 – Registered with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
With over 30 years of clinical experience, physiotherapist Shirley-Ann Walters offers a professional, high quality, caring, effective and practical approach to treatment including a detailed confidential assessment and a variety of gentle HANDS-ON approaches, clear advice, explanations and exercises in physiotherapy general practice specialising in a wide range of musculoskeletal disorders.
Shirley-Ann is dedicated to helping people to receive the realisations that lead to self-care, considering the wider factors contributing to injury, facilitating healing and prevention, supporting the return to life’s flow, using expression, listening, and effective practical physiotherapy hands-on techniques.
Shirley-Ann qualified from The Middlesex Hospital London, worked in the NHS, then in a group private practice before joining BMI Runnymede Hospital and becoming the physiotherapy manager. She started her own practice in South Ascot, and in 2011 moved to a designated treatment room at home in Lightwater, Surrey, where she practices today.
A member since 1992, Shirley-Ann is also an active community representative for the private practitioners association Physiofirst.