About Carole Snell

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy

Carole Snell qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 2004 from the University of Southampton. After working in various areas of the NHS she specialised in the assessment and treatment of Musculo-skeletal injuries and has continued working in this area within the NHS, Private Practice and Sports Clubs. Carole is also qualified in the use of Acupuncture for pain relief.

Home visits are also available for patients who are unable to travel to the clinic. Carole also works in local Residential/Care Homes carrying out any assessments and treatments as required.

What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is the treatment or management of physical disability, malfunction and pain by exercise, massage etc., without the use of medicines, surgery or radiation.

My Aims

To offer a gold standard service incorporating Professional Codes of Practice. Provide quality, honesty, reliability and professionalism. Give a clear explanation of your condition/problem. Deliver the best treatment option for your condition/problem.

Conditions Treated

Treatment is available for all musculoskeletal injuries whether they are new or long standing.

For example:

  • Neck and Back pain including whiplash and sciatica.
  • General pains due to poor posture, wear and tear, overuse (RSI) or due to new activities.
  • Muscle pain due to overuse, posture related joint problems or sports injuries.
  • Headaches caused by stress, poor or sustained static postures.
  • Sports injuries, slips, trips or falls.
  • Shoulder pain due to impingement, tendon pain or frozen shoulder.
  • Post-operative rehabilitation.
  • Post-fracture rehabilitation following removal of casts.
  • Mobility issues either for elderly or post-operative patients.
  • Arthritis - commonly affecting neck, back, shoulders and knees.

This list is not exhaustive, please ring to discuss personal injury/problem.

Treatments

A variety of different treatments are available to take into account personal aims and requirements determined from initial assessment, these include:

  • Manual Therapy – gentle mobilisations of joints, hands on or with Physiotherapy Instrument. (PIM).
  • Soft Tissue Techniques – Myofascial release, deep massage and stretches.
  • Ultrasound Therapy – to reduce pain inducing inflammation.
  • Acupuncture – to reduce pain and inflammation by insertion of fine needles into specific Acupuncture points.
  • Trigger Point Acupuncture - to reduce Myofascial (muscle/soft tissue) pain.
  • Treatments are complemented with the provision of home exercises to gain maximum benefit from treatment.
  • Advice on lifestyle choices or activities that may be contributing to pain or injury.

Elderly Care

  • One off or regular sessions for Residential/Care Homes - hourly rate.
  • New resident assessments
  • Mobility or musculoskeletal problems.

Please call to discuss requirements.

Price List

Clinic:

Assessment
£50
Treatment
£35

Home Visits:

Assessment
£56*
Treatment
£43*

* Within 5 mile radius

The Waiting Room

The Waiting Room

Clinic Location

Directions to St. Andrews Physiotherapy

From the A47, leave the Southern By-pass at the A1042 junction (Norwich North & East) and follow the signs towards Norwich City Centre. At the mini roundabout turn right then follow the signs towards Norwich Airport (Ring Road). At the Heartsease (Public House) Roundabout take the first exit (Harvey Lane) then the first left (Gordon Avenue) then first right into Henby Way. Continue to the bottom of Henby Way then turn left (still Henby Way) and number 45 is the first house on the right.

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Contact

St. Andrews Physiotherapy
45 Henby Way,
Thorpe St. Andrew,
Norwich,
NR7 0LD

Tel: 01603 304988

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St Andrews Physiotherapy Clinic Aims

  • To offer a gold standard service incorporating Professional Codes of Practice.
  • Provide quality, honesty, reliability and professionalism.
  • Give a clear explanation of your condition/problem.
  • Deliver the best treatment option for your condition/problem.