The Physio-Treatment Clinic - Amnish Agarwal
1 Wembley Point
Amnish began his career in the Musculoskeletal arena having undertaken postgraduate training in UK and India. Building his Musculoskeletal background he diversified into Cervical and Lumbar pain with special interest in Whiplash injuries. He completed MSc in Applied Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal) from Sheffield Hallam University. He was trained under Mr Kevin J Banks (Member, International Maitland Teacher Association), Dr Sionnadh Mclean (Phd and Head of Clinical reasoning-Musculoskeletal Module, SHU) and Ed Baker (Extended scope practitioner and HOD of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy).
He worked as a Senior Physiotherapist in East Kent NHS Trust, Betsi Cadwaladr University Local Health Board and Private Hospitals since 7 years. Amnish has presented and published his research internationally and Runing his own journal ‘Evidence Based Systematic Reviews’. He set up this clinic Physio-treatment centre at The Physio-treatment clinic at Wembley after considering the Pain and the stress level in the society.
Training, qualifications & experience
AMNISH AGARWAL (MSc, MIAP, MHPC, MCSP, MNOI, Dip. Acupuncture) Physiotherapy Consultant & Practise Principal.
Initial Assessment (Consultation) - £30
Follow up Session - £30
Sports Massage - £30
Acupuncture (1 session) - £40
Pilates & Yoga session (1 session) - £15
An acute whiplash injury follows sudden or excessive hyperextension, hyperflexion, or rotation of the neck. Whiplash injury is common in road traffic accidents, and may also be caused by sports injuries, falls or assaults. Most cases of whiplash injury occur as the result of rear-end vehicle collisions at speeds of less than 14 miles per hour. Patients present with neck pain and stiffness, occipital headache, thoracic back pain and/or lumbar back pain, and upper-limb pain and par anaesthesia.
What will happen when I see a physiotherapist?
The physiotherapist will assess how your head and neck are working and affecting your life. They will do proper assessment, check your cervical, thoracic, lumbar movements and touch the affected area for tenderness, swelling. Recommendations for treatment depend on the length of time that has passed since the injury.
Further treatment and advice will be provided which include:
- exercises to do yourself
- some manual therapy
- acupuncture treatment
- advice on posture while sitting and sleeping, including practical advice on pillows
- lifestyle advice
- and activities to avoid
It may also include:
- applying heat or cold to the affected area
- TENS - to help with any pain
If you have been diagnosed with or suspect you may have a pre-existing medical condition you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.
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