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Tripti Gyan MCSP HCPC Reg
Chartered and State Registered Physiotherapist
Nottingham YMCA Health and Fitness
4 Shakespeare Street
Nottingham
NG1 4FG (map)

Tel: 07866 464 385 (Within the UK)
Tel: +44 (0) 7866 464 385(Outside the UK)

Email: tripti@triptigyan.com

Treatments and Services We Provide -

TG Physiotherapy Care offers accredited Physiotherapy and Sports Therapy Treatments only. Our Therapy Services cover a wide range of physical conditions and injuries through the use of various treatment options. These may include the following:

  1. Mobilisations and Manipulations
  2. Stretching
  3. Postural Education
  4. Therapeutic Exercise
  5. Electrotherapy (ultrasound, interferential, T.E.N.S)
  6. Dry needling and Electroacupuncture
  7. Home Visits and Longer Term Rehabilitation
  8. Occupational Health and Work-related Injuries
  9. Massage Therapy
  10. Swedish Massage
  11. Deep Tissue Massage
  12. Trigger Point Massage
  13. Sports Massage



Mobilisations and Manipulations
These are joint movements that are manually applied by the physiotherapist to reduce stiffness and pain, and increase range of movement. This results in improved overall function.

Stretching
Passive and active-assisted stretching helps to increase muscle and soft tissue flexibility thus helping you to move more freely and with ease.

Postural Education
During your first visit to our clinic, close attention will be paid to your posture in order to establish whether it could be aggravating any of your symptoms. Our aim will be to improve your postural efficiency and increase your ease of movement through self-awareness and education.

Therapeutic Exercise
In addition to individually tailored and progressive home exercises, on-site gym facilities allow our clients one on one exercise supervision to increase muscle strength and control, whilst reducing the risk of re-injury.

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Electrotherapy (ultrasound, interferential, T.E.N.S)
These methods of physical therapy assist in pain management and accelerate the body's healing process.

Dry needling and Electroacupuncture
Acupuncture is a simple, drug-free way to provide pain relief, reduce inflammation and ease muscle stiffness.

Home Visits and Longer Term Rehabilitation
We can offer you physiotherapy treatment within the privacy and comfort of your home environment if you are not well enough and/or unable to attend our clinics. Home Visits are recommended if you need aftercare and rehabilitation following an extended period of illness or injury.

Occupational Health and Work-related Injuries
Whether they are due to a traumatic incident or repetitive strain, work-related aches and pains are experienced by many people. We are aware that these injuries will affect work performance and may keep people out of work entirely. Our primary focus is to develop a holistic approach that will implement a treatment programme based on an individual needs, whilst educating each client, so that the risk of re-injury is reduced in the future.

Work-related Treatments may consist of:

  • Postural Re-education and guidance
  • Exercises to increase muscle control in preparation for the daily tasks ahead
  • Stretches to reduce muscular tension
  • Work-related guidance (efficient manual lifting techniques and work station assessments and adjustments).

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Massage Therapy
This is one of the oldest and simplest forms of medical treatment. It uses varying therapeutic pressures to manoeuvre and relax muscles and other soft tissue structures. Massage Therapy eases stress, reduces muscle tension, improves the mobility of scar tissue and promotes healing.

Swedish Massage
This is one of the best-known types of bodywork performed today. One of the primary goals of the Swedish Massage technique is to relax the entire body. Swedish massage is exceptionally beneficial for increasing the level of oxygen in the blood, releasing muscle toxins, improving circulation and flexibility, whilst easing tension.

A Swedish Massage:

  • Consists of light to medium pressure
  • Promotes circulation and lymph movement
  • Is good for stress-related conditions and chronic pain

Deep Tissue Massage
Deep Tissue Massage therapy is similar to Swedish massage, but is more orientated towards therapeutic treatment rather than pure relaxation as it focuses specifically on areas of muscular tension. The focus is on the deepest layers of muscle tissue, tendons and fascia (the protective layer surrounding muscles, bones and joints). This type of massage is commonly used to help those with active lifestyles or who suffer from repetitive strains. However, it is suitable for and can be tailored to everyone.

A Deep Tissue Massage:

  • Releases muscle tension
  • Provides deep pain relief
  • Is good for chronic and overuse injuries
  • Loosens scar tissue and lengthens muscles

Trigger Point Massage
Trigger point massage therapy is specifically designed to alleviate the source of the pain through cycles of isolated pressure and release. In this type of massage for trigger point therapy, the recipient actively participates through deep breathing as well as identifying the exact location and intensity of the discomfort.

Trigger Point Massage:

  • Relieves tight areas within muscle tissue that can refer pain to other areas of body
  • Reduces pain and stress from chronic injuries
  • Uses cycles of isolated pressure and release

Sports Massage
A Sports Massage is aimed at improving circulation, eliminating the build-up of lactic acids and preventing accumulated muscle tightness as a result of regular training or repetitive strains at work. It is beneficial for people who need to maintain an active lifestyle whilst reducing the risk of injury. Sports massage therapy is geared toward sports lovers of every kind, from world-class professionals to weekend joggers. The particulars of the Sports Massage technique are specific to the sport of choice, focusing on areas of the body that are overused and stressed from repetitive and often aggressive movements.

A Sports Massage:

  • Promotes flexibility
  • Reduces fatigue
  • Improves endurance
  • Helps prevent injuries
  • Prepares body and mind for optimal performance

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