Total Therapy Ringwood is a multi-disciplinary private musculoskeletal health clinic, part of the Total Therapy Group. With providing treatments across 6 other locations, including our sister-company Lilliput Health, The Total Therapy Group has become one of the largest private health care clinics, specialising in Physiotherapy, Sports Massage Therapy and Chiropractic, across Dorset and Hampshire. Here at Total Therapy Ringwood, our main aim is to facilitate the prevention of injury and ill health, so that we focus on the source not just the symptom. In a nut shell, we keep the quality high at all times, we provide unrivalled service, we have open and clear communication and honesty is our best policy. We have an extremely experienced and highly professional team of health care practitioners, who provide the following treatments at TT Ringwood:
Sports and Deep Tissue Massage
Our reputation at Total Therapy has been built on our ethos of creating a patient centred clinic of excellence, so if you are ready for us help, please give us a call.
Dani is trained in Sports Trauma Management and has put this into practice when working part time for a division one men’s rugby team, Llanishen RFC. During this time, she had many opportunities to deal with varying injuries which required prompt and efficient problem solving, both on and off the pitch. Dani enjoys working with sports people and athletes, with a particular focus on sport specific biomechanical assessment and functional movement screening. She uses this to then formulate treatment plans that are goal oriented and unique to her patients through use of functional and tailor made rehabilitation programmes, complimented by hands on therapeutic techniques. Dani is a keen track athlete herself, competing over 400m and 800m at a national standard, with ongoing aspirations and ambitions. She has great enthusiasm for sports injury rehabilitation, and is able to apply her own experiences of recovery from injury and management of training loads to her patients. Having an understanding of the discipline needed to compete at a high standard, as well as being able to appreciate the need to be pain free when training or competing makes Dani a very empathetic and motivated clinician, with a wealth of experience to draw upon and apply according to her patient’s needs
After finishing university Andy worked at Poole hospital, rotating through the different departments. Andy soon realised that his passion is for musculoskeletal physiotherapy and moved to work at Shaftsbury hospital outpatients department. 5 years ago Andy moved onto Wareham hospital outpatients where he treated a range of injuries and conditions. Through working with the NHS, Andy is able to utilise his knowledge and experienced skill base in all manners of assessments and treatments, ensuring patients receive the most efficient and effective treatment to produce a good recovery and prevention of future injury.
She is able to treat a wide range of individuals with different problems and injuries such as back pain, neck pain, acute ankle sprains, plantar fasciitis and ACL reconstruction rehab to name a few. Throughout her career, Georgia has gained vital clinical and pitch side experience working with Poole Town FC, university sports teams and a number of other private clinics within the UK. Georgia uses a variety of treatment techniques during sessions, including manual therapy, joint and spinal mobilisations, biomechanical and gait analysis, taping, exercise prescription, deep tissue/sports massage and electrotherapy. Georgia is keen to expand her expertise by incorporating Pilates and strength and conditioning techniques in the future. Through experience, the back and neck are some of Georgia’s favourite areas to treat! She also enjoys post injury rehabilitation because of the results you can get through a structured plan and getting people back to optimal fitness following injury. Georgia has caught the bug for travel and exploring new places which has stemmed from a childhood of moving around the world with her family. She is also a bookworm and loves spending her free time walking the family dog! Why did you become a Sports Therapist? Having always wanted to do something ‘hands on’, being able to help people is something Georgia has always been interested in. Reading athlete autobiographies really made her realise the role played by Sports Therapists in a successful sporting career! This combined with her love of sport and interests in the human body, lead Georgia to her degree in Sports Therapy.
I have gained experience treating people of all ages. I’ve treated infants, children, pregnancy and post-partum women and participated in feeding clinics. At the other end of the spectrum I have worked as a pitch-side assistant treating semi-professional rugby players at a local rugby club! Skills Spinal and extremity adjusting, myofascial techniques, paediatrics, and dry needling. Post-graduate training in pregnancy and cranio-sacral therapy techniques. Passions Making people feel better! I am keen on running, especially along the beach! I have completed five half marathons and next plan on training for a full marathon, so I understand the problems that runners suffer from and chiropractic is great for feet and knees as well! Get to know Lauren! Q&A… Why did you become a Chiropractor? My first adjustment was when I sought relief from the daily headaches and neck pain that I was suffering from. I experienced immediate relief and was amazed at the benefits of chiropractic care, and the difference it made to my day to day life, which only served for me to learn more and be able to help others. I have always wanted to be part of a profession where I can help people and love treating patients and encountering the positive results gained from chiropractic care.
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