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Physiomac Physiotherapy 

47 Portland Street

Troon

KA10 6AA

What We Offer

Our Job is to Help you Feel Better

Physiotherapy

Physiotherapists are experts at understanding how the body moves and therefore in helping restore normal movement following pain or injury. Physiotherapy assessment/treatment can help with the following (please note this list is not exhaustive):

- low back pain

- neck pain

- frozen shoulders

- unstable/dislocated shoulders

- arthritic pain

- knee injuries

- nerve related pain (e.g. sciatica)

- headaches

- injury prevention

- post operative rehab

- tendon or ligament injuries

All appointments are scheduled to last 30 minutes.

Our professional team is here to guide our patients and their families every step of the way. Stop by and schedule an appointment to experience firsthand how we can help your health today.

Sports Injury

Chronic Low Back Pain Service

If you are looking for help for persistent (chronic) back pain then we might have the answer for you. Persistent pain is defined as pain lasting greater than 3 months in duration. This innovative service incorporates a Cognitive Functional Therapy (CFT) approach. CFT for the management of low back pain involves helping patients make sense of their pain, exposing them to movements they struggle with or fear, and assisting with relevant lifestyle changes. It is supported by well conducted research.
If you have been suffering persistent low back pain for more than 3 months, or know of friends/family/colleagues who are, then contact us to find out more. Please note that this appointment lasts for at least 1 hour and is undertaken by our physiotherapist Ryan only.

Physical Therapist

Neurological Rehabilitation

For sufferers of the following conditions we recommend an appointment with our associate physiotherapist Irene New who completes domiciliary visits as required:

- multiple sclerosis

- Parkinson's Disease

- traumatic brain injury

- stroke

- TIA (mini-stroke)

- Guillain–Barré syndrome

- cerebral palsy

Physical Therapist