Physiotherapy helps people affected by injury, illness or disability through movement and exercise, manual ‘hands-on’ treatment, education and advice, so helping clients to manage their pain, prevent further disease and so maximise quality of life. It encompasses a range of interventions, services and advice aimed at restoring, maintaining and improving people’s function and movement and thereby maximising the quality of their lives.
Physiotherapy practitioners use a flexible and holistic approach towards meeting the needs of their clients. They work in partnership with clients, respecting their autonomy.
Mary Wragg is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (www.csp.org.uk), the Health Care Professions Council (www.hcpc-uk.co.uk) and the Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (https://macpweb.org)
She has an MSc in Physiotherapy and is an Extended Scope Practitioner (ESP) at York Teaching Hospital NHS Trust. Mary studied at Leeds School of Physiotherapy, where she received the clinical prize during her final year. She then went on to complete an MSc in musculoskeletal physiotherapy at Sheffield Hallam University in 2013, during which she attained membership of the MACP. She has studied extensively at home and abroad and is a member of the British Elbow and Shoulder Society (www.bess.org.uk). As she is closely aligned with the orthopaedic department at York Hospital, she is able to treat patients following joint replacements and soft-tissue repairs.
Physiotherapy has particular application to those suffering with sports injuries, back and neck complaints, frozen shoulder, golfer’s and tennis elbow and osteoarthritis. Mary offers a range of therapeutic treatments, including hands-on manual therapy, massage, acupuncture and exercise therapy and rehabilitation.
For further details please go to www.eborphysiotherapy.com.
Telephone: 07726 787024